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"Les Vacances de Hegel" Socks

€15.00
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The question René Magritte asked himself was: "How can a glass of water be shown in a painting in such a way that it is not indifferent? The artist painted dozens of paintings on glass. He developed a composition that unites two opposite relationships to water: containing it and repelling it. The masterpiece "Hegel's Holiday" was born. The artist named this surrealist painting in homage to Hegel's theory.

These socks are made in Italy by MuseArta with the highest level of craftsmanship and have many details that will delight your feet!

Composition :
83% cotton,
15% polyamide,
2 % elastane

Made in Italy

C.H./ADAGP, Paris 2020

Each order is unique and we always take great pleasure in preparing them with the utmost care.
Delivery rates :
Benelux: €4,95 / Europe: €9,95 / World : €14,95
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.

The question René Magritte asked himself was: "How can a glass of water be shown in a painting in such a way that it is not indifferent? The artist painted dozens of paintings on glass. He developed a composition that unites two opposite relationships to water: containing it and repelling it. The masterpiece "Hegel's Holiday" was born. The artist named this surrealist painting in homage to Hegel's theory.

These socks are made in Italy by MuseArta with the highest level of craftsmanship and have many details that will delight your feet!

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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.