Le Rêve Transformé
|Le Rêve Transformé|
|Artist||Giorgio de Chirico|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||63 cm × 125 cm (25 in × 49 in)|
|Location||Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri|
Le Rêve Transformé (in English, The Transformed Dream) is a 1913 painting by the Italian metaphysical painter Giorgio De Chirico. This work contains the classic De Chirico's images of an empty urban scene at late evening with a ghostly train on the horizon. In this case in the foreground is an arrangement of bananas, pineapples and a Greek sculpture.
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