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The biggest Magritte show for a generation shows that the Belgian retains his power to delight and challenge, writes Laura Cumming.

The pleasure that Barthes derives from all such "writerly" endeavors is prefigured in Magritte's pencil drawing in which he is literally writing the body.

Principles of pleasure is one of artworks by René Magritte. Artwork analysis, large resolution images, user comments, interesting facts and much more.

Painted in 1937, René Magritte’s ‘Le Principe du plaisir (The Pleasure Principle)’ is an entrancing portrait that depicts Edward James, one of the most influential patrons of Surrealist art, who was introduced to Magritte by Salvador Dalí in 1937. Magritte envisioned the concept.

René Magritte: The Pleasure Principle celebrated the artist's long career with some 250 works, 150 of which included all of his major paintings.