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Rene Magritte, La Clairvoyance. 1936
"In La Clairvoyance, Rene Magritte delivers a self-portrait of himself painting a bird. But (...) not only is he painting a picture of a bird, he is using an unhatched egg as his point of reference. Magritte is painting more than what is right in front of him: he is painting the possibility, potential, the future. Hence the name of this painting: Clairvoyance. Magritte has painted himself painting his perception of the future." (www.renemagritte.org)
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