René Magritte

René Magritte with his composition L’evidence éternelle (The Eternally Obvious), 1930, oil on canvas, 63.25×11.5 in.

To perceive a complete nude woman is to experience her as being behind five different rectangular apertures. (Fred Halper, ‘Construals: Perceptual Occlusion in the Works of René Magritte’ Boston, Kluwer Academic Publisher, 1999.)