René Magritte Paintings

René François Ghislain Magritte (November 21, 1898 – August 15, 1967) was a surrealist artist of Belgian origin. He became famous for his surrealist artworks that were regarded as thought-provoking and witty. His art often challenges observers’ perceptions of what is real. Learn more »

Paintings by René Magritte in Chronological Order

Landscape, 1920 Portrait of Pierre Bourgeois, 1920 Portrait of Pierre Broodcoorens, 1921
Georgette at the Piano, 1923 Modern, 1923 Self portrait, 1923
Youth, 1924 Advertisment for “Norine”, c.1925 Advertisment for “Norine”, c.1925
Bather, 1925 Blue cinema, 1925 Nocturne, 1925
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The window, 1925 A famous man, 1926 After the Water, the Clouds, 1926
Checkmate, 1926 Landscape, 1926 Midnight marriage, 1926
Popular panorama, 1926 Primevera, 1926 The birth of idol, 1926
The catapult of desert, 1926 The conqueror, 1926 The dawn of Cayenne, 1926
The difficult crossing, 1926 The face of genius, 1926 The lost jockey, 1926
The musings of the solitary walker, 1926 The sensational news, 1926 The silver gap, 1926
Threshold of forest, 1926 Untitled, 1926 Untitled collage, c.1926
Wreackage of the shadow, 1926 A panic in the Middle Ages, 1927 A taste of the invisible, 1927
Faraway looks, c.1927 Imp of the Perverse, 1927 One night museum, 1927
The beneficial promise, 1927 The comic spirit, 1927 The cultivation of Ideas, 1927
The double secret, 1927 The end of contemplation, 1927 The female thief, 1927
The finery of the storm, 1927 The forest, 1927 The interpretation of dreams, 1927
The man of the sea, 1927 The meaning of night, 1927 The muscles of the sky, 1927
The pipe, 1927 The reckless sleeper, 1927 The secret player, 1927
Young girl eating a bird (The pleasure), 1927 Intermission, 1928 Man reading a newspaper, 1928
Secret Life IV, 1928 Swift Hope, 1928 The delights of landscape, 1928
The empty mask, 1928 The false mirror, 1928 The familiar objects, 1928
The heart of the matter, 1928 The hunters at the edge of night, 1928 The invention of life, 1928
The lining of sleep, 1928 The lovers, 1928 The lovers, 1928
The obsession, 1928 The submissive reader, 1928 The voice of space, 1928
The living mirror, 1929 The tree of knowledge, 1929 Annunciation, 1930
Pink Belles, Tattered Skies, 1930 Portrait of E.L.T. Mesens, 1930 Project for a mural, Norine House, Brussels, c.1931
Project for a mural, Norine House, Brussels, c.1931 The fair captive, 1931 A storm, 1932
Elective Affinities, 1933 The human condition, 1933 Unexpected answer, 1933
Georgette Magritte, 1934 The red model, 1934 Composition on a seashore, 1935
Eternity, 1935 Perpetual motion, 1935 Portrait, 1935
Poster for cigarettes “Belga”, 1935 The amorous perpective, 1935 The discovery of fire, 1935
The human condition, 1935 Clairvoyance (Self Portrait), 1936 Forbidden literature (The use of the Word), 1936
Meditation, 1936 Philosopher’s lamp, 1936 The Key to the Fields, 1936
The revealing of the present, 1936 Black Flag, 1937 Georgette, 1937
In Praise of Dialectics, 1937 Not to be reproduced, 1937 The future of statues, 1937
The Pleasure Principle (Portrait of Edward James), 1937 The therapeutist, 1937 The white race, 1937
Youth Illustrated, 1938 Project of poster “The center of textile workers in Belgium (celebration on 18th september)”, 1938 Project of poster “The center of textile workers in Belgium (to reduce working hours)”, 1938
The beyond, 1938 The domain of Arnheim, 1938 Time transfixed, 1938
The glass house, 1939 The Ladder Of Fire, 1939 The present, 1939
The victory, 1939 Homesickness, 1940 Plain of Air, 1940
The Return, 1940 Deep waters, 1941 Companions of Fear, 1942
Early morning, 1942 Island of Treasures, 1942 Call of peaks, 1943
The fire, 1943 The first day, 1943 The Return of the Flame, 1943
The smile, 1943 Favorable omens, 1944 The clearing, 1944
The domain of Arnheim, 1944 Alice in Wonderland, 1945 Applied dialectics, 1945
Natural encounters, 1945 Poster – Exciting perfumes by Mem, 1946 Soir d’orage, strange perfume by Mem, 1946
The cut-glass bath, 1946 The Intelligence, 1946 The taste of tears, 1946
Cicero, 1947 Poster of International festival of cinema and fine arts in Brussels (1947), 1947 The fair captive, 1947
The liberator, 1947 The pictorial content, 1947 The Rights of Man, 1947
The tow plug, 1947 The triumphant march, 1947 A stroke of luck, 1948
Depths of pleasure, 1948 God’s Salon, 1948 Jean-Marie, 1948
Memory, 1948 Memory, 1948 Pom’po pom’po pon po pon pon, 1948
Prince charming, 1948 Prince Charming, 1948 Pure reason, 1948
The ellipse, 1948 The famine, 1948 The imaginative faculty, 1948
The lost jockey, 1948 The maimed, c.1948 The mark, 1948
The psychologist, 1948 The song of love, 1948 The staging post, 1948
The Taste of Sorrow, 1948 The treachery of images, 1948 The voice of blood, 1948
Titania, 1948 Elementary cosmogony, 1949 Perspective: Madame Recamier by David, 1949
The domain of Arnheim, 1949 Fashionable people, 1950 Manet’s Balcony, 1950
Mental complacency, 1950 Perspective: Madame Récamier de David, 1950 Sheherazade, 1950
The art of conversation, 1950 The art of conversation, 1950 The art of conversation, 1950
The hesitation waltz, 1950 The ignorant fairy, 1950 The Labours of Alexander, 1950
The legend of the centuries, 1950 The survivor, 1950 The wasted footsteps, 1950
Almayer’s folly, 1951 Pandora’s Box, 1951 Song of violet, 1951
Memory of a Voyage, 1952 Personal values, 1952 The blow to the heart, 1952
The explanation, 1952 The Listening Room, 1952 The magician, 1952
Golconda, 1953 The happy hand, 1953 The seducer, 1953
Invisible world, 1954 The empire of lights, 1954 The evening gown, 1954
The great century, 1954 The schoolmaster, 1954 Banquet, 1955
Memory of a journey, 1955 Memory of a Voyage, 1955 The fanatics, 1955
The masterpiece or the mysteries of the horizon, 1955 The spot on the map, 1955 Where Euclide walked, 1955
Anne-Marie Crowet, 1956 Sixteenth of September, 1956 The poet recompensed, 1956
Territory, 1957 The Prepared Bouquet, 1957 Clear ideas, 1958
Harry Torczyner (Justice has been done), 1958 Hegel’s Holiday, 1958 The fountain of youth, YEAR
The golden legend, 1958 The Battle of the Argonne, 1959 The Castle of the Pyrenees, 1959
The flash, 1959 The glass key, 1959 The month of the grape harvest, 1959
The voice of blood, 1959 Force of habit, 1960 The anger of gods, 1960
The heartstrings, 1960 The Postcard, 1960 The presence of spirit, 1960
The tomb of the wrestlers, 1960 Portrait of Stephy Langui, 1961 The good season, 1961
The mysterious barricades, 1961 Beautiful world, 1962 High Society, 1962
Homage to Alphonse Allais, 1962 Representation, 1962 The domain of Arnheim, 1962
The Nightingale, 1962 The spirit of adventure, 1962 Forest of Paimpont, 1963
The big family, 1963 The great table, 1963 The infinite recognition, 1963
The looking glass, 1963 The natural graces, 1963 The search for truth, 1963
A friend of order, 1964 Chorus of the sphinx, 1964 Fine realities, 1964
Gioconda, 1964 Man in a Bowler Hat, 1964 The Son of Man, 1964
The Great War, 1964 The Great War, 1964 The land of miracles, 1964
The natural graces, 1964 This is Not an Apple, 1964 Cicero, c.1965
Good faith, 1965 Spring, 1965 The blank signature, 1965
The connivance, 1965 The fair captive, 1965 The great table, c.1965
The idol, 1965 Decalcomania, 1966 The endearing truth, 1966
The happy donor, 1966 The king’s museum, 1966 The Pilgrim, 1966
The promise, 1966 The treachery of images (This is not a pipe), 1966 The two mysteries, 1966
The age of enlightenment, 1967 The beautiful relations, 1967 The blank page, 1967
The Empire of Lights (unfinished), 1967 The Labours of Alexander, 1967 The natural graces, 1967
The white race, 1967 A little of the bandit’s soul Collage
Souvenir from travels The domain of Arnheim The therapeutist

4 responses to “René Magritte Paintings”

  1. Tawana says:

    What museum is the blow to the heart at?

    • riztys says:

      The Blow to the Heart by Rene Magritte is owned by a private collector and not in any museum. The last known public exhibit of the painting was in Brussels at the Musée royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique in 1998.

  2. Michael says:

    Do you have any similar information on The Female Thief? Thanks

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