Musée Magritte

Gallery in Royal Quarter

Image by Luis Dias Five Hundred Pixels

The beautifully presented Magritte Museum holds the world’s largest collection of the surrealist pioneer’s paintings and drawings. Watch his style develop from colourful Braque-style cubism in1920 through a Dali-esque phase and a late-1940s period of Kandinsky-like brushwork to his trademark bowler hats of the 1960s. Regular screenings of a 50-minute documentary provide insights into the artist’s unconventionally conventional life.

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