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The Pleasure Principle (Portrait of Edward James), 1937 by Rene Magritte, Brussels pre-war and war years. Surrealism. symbolic painting. West Dean House.

The exhibition René Magritte: The Pleasure Principle is named after his famous painting with the same name. It presents a very exhaustive.

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