Rene Magritte and Holger TrülzschBelgian artist René Magritte toyed with perspective and reality, creating surreal works through real, ordinary settings and mundane objects. A common theme in Magritte’s work included the unsuspecting use and placement of clouds with an indistinguishable divide between grounded reality and fantastical skies. A Holger Trülzsch photograph of Veruschka from 1972 bears significant resemblance to Magritte’s 1946 work La magie noire. 

La magie noire by René Magritte, 1946

Veruschka by Holger Trülzsch, 1972

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