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The Skateroom

"The Son of Man" Skateboard

€500.00
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Description

Magritte’s ‘Le fils de l’homme’ was painted in 1964. An autoportrait, Magritte paints himself as a man clothed in a coat with a bowler hat, What strikes the viewer most about this painting, however, is the green apple that seemingly floats in the air while concealing a large part of the man’s face. Through the process of willfully obstructing ones view, Magritte sought to explore the tension that exists between plainly visible objects versus objects visible yet hidden. His claim: That we always want to see what it is hidden from us.

Edition of 250.
Produced and numbered by The Skateroom in 2018 Hand signed CoA by The Skateroom © Succession René Magritte – SABAM, Belgium - 2018
Set of 1 skateboard.
The deck measures approx. 31x8in (80x20cm).
Made of 7 ply Grade A Canadian Maple wood Top-print includes printed signature of the artist 1 wall mount included per deck.

Each order is unique and we always take great pleasure in preparing them with the utmost care.
Delivery rates :
Benelux: €10,00 / Europe: €15,00 / World : €25,00
Free delivery :
- for orders from €120 for Benelux, from €150 for Europe, from €180 for the rest of the world.
If you wish to return a product, you have 14 days from the date of receipt of the package to do so.
The costs directly related to the return of the product (including customs fees) will be charged to the Customer.
The Magritte shop undertakes to refund the money to the bank account used for payment within 14 days after receipt of the parcel according to our terms and conditions.

Magritte’s ‘Le fils de l’homme’ was painted in 1964. An autoportrait, Magritte paints himself as a man clothed in a coat with a bowler hat, What strikes the viewer most about this painting, however, is the green apple that seemingly floats in the air while concealing a large part of the man’s face. Through the process of willfully obstructing ones view, Magritte sought to explore the tension that exists between plainly visible objects versus objects visible yet hidden. His claim: That we always want to see what it is hidden from us.

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I try, as much as possible, to make only paintings that evoke mystery with the precision and enchantment necessary for the live of ideas.