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Paintings with an Inner Dislocation. Magic Realism in the Netherlands
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Paintings with an Inner Dislocation. Magic Realism in the Netherlands

(Ingeborg Walinga) The Low Countries - 1997, № 5, pp. 228-241

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The Magic Realists opted for realistic depiction, but that did not mean that their subjects were also strictly realistic. They gave an unusual twist to their representation of reality. However, Dutch painters such as Carel Willink and Pyke Koch never turned reality upside down in the manner of Surrealism. Such are the images of the Magic Realists: it is indeed possible, but not probable.

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