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                <div class="container-fluid px-5">
  <h1 class="my-4 display-1 text-center">Rene Magritte</h1>
  <h2 class="mb-5 text-muted text-center">Belgian Surrealist Painter</h2>
  <div class="row d-flex align-items-center">
    <figure class="col-lg-4 text-center">
      <img class="rounded-circle img-fluid m-3" src="" alt="Portrait of Rene Magritte.">
      <figcaption class="figure-caption pl-4">"Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see."</figcaption>
    <div class="col-lg-8">
      <p class="px-5"><span class="drop-cap lead">S</span>urely the most celebrated Belgian artist of the twentieth century, Rene Magritte has achieved great popular acclaim for his idiosyncratic approach to Surrealism. To support himself he spent many years working
        as a commercial artist, producing advertising and book designs, and this most likely shaped his fine art, which often has the abbreviated impact of an advertisement. While some French Surrealists led ostentatious lives, Magritte preferred the
        quiet anonymity of a middle-class existence, a life symbolized by the bowler-hatted men that often populate his pictures. In later years, he was castigated by his peers for some of his strategies (such as his tendency to produce multiple copies
        of his pictures), yet since his death his reputation has only improved. Conceptual artists have admired his use of text in images, and painters in the 1980s admired the provocative kitsch of some of his later work.</p>
      <footer class="blockquote-footer text-center"><a href="" target="_blank"><cite title="Source Title">The Art Story</cite></a></footer>
  <footer class="text-center mt-5 text-muted">Made by Cloris</footer>


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