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"The Cripple" (1948) is reproduced from

Late Magritte: the missing link between James Ensor and Zap Comix

Magritte's sunlit surrealist and vache paintings are "deeply, thoroughly weird," Abigail Solomon-Godeau writes in the new SFMOMA exhibition catalog, René Magritte: The Fifth Season, "not only in their iconography but also in their departure from Magritte's long-established style, palette, and facture… With their penis-nosed grotesques, lurid colors, and bodily eruptions, the vache paintings have been described as 'look[ing] like nothing so much as the missing link between James Ensor and Zap Comix.'" Featured image is "The Cripple" (1948).

René Magritte: The Fifth Season

René Magritte: The Fifth Season

D.A.P./San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Hbk, 8.5 x 10.5 in. / 152 pgs / 105 color.

$34.95  free shipping

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