For a French project

Magritte was a Surrealist painter, who painted things that were unrealistic. In Magritte's paintings, it all seems normal until you look closer. His brushstrokes can range from short to long, and his detail from rough to extreme
In this particular painting, you see nothing wrong at first, but if you look at the heels on the left, you will find they are made of feet. The window also is wrong, as the opened one shows pure darkness
This particular Magritte is unique, as it is his only picture with a fish. This picture has the short brushstrokes Magritte often uses for his paintings.
This particular painting is one of my favorites. This painting looks like a floating rock at first glance, but you will see that it is floating above the ocean, and has a castle on the top.
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