Review of The Man in the Bowler Hat by Rene Magritte by Annie Bronius on 2009-06-08
Perhaps this piece represents the faceless qualities of businessmen at work. Picture this fictional scenario, a man is having his portrait done by an artist, and he thinks that he is a very original man. However, a dove flies across the view and instantly the man could be a million different men. It is possible that Magritte was trying to show the world what a faceless and unoriginal society we have become. Just a thought.
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