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From Art Institute of Chicago, René Magritte, The Lovers (Les Amants) (1928), Oil on canvas, 21 3/8 28 7/8 in.
Les Amants is not as instantly disconcerting in the way that Le Fils de l'Homme (the suited man with an apple over his face) or even Golconde (showing men raining from the sky). Its unusual image is more subtle, showing that the simple act of taking away the view of a person's face in an image can create a sense of unease. Around the time that Magritte painted this version of 'Les Amants', he painted another with the same title and what appears to be the same scene, moved slightly. It displays the man and the woman in similar clothing standing side by side instead of embracing, though they are outside instead of beside a wall.
Following the huge success of Mozart: l'Opera Rock, producers Dove Attia and Albert Cohen teamed up yet again for the musical 1789: Les Amants de la Bastille, a tale of forbidden love set during the French Revolution.
Winner is the fifth studio album by Australian soul and R&B singer, Renée Geyer. It was released in November 1978 and peaked at number 69 on the Kent Music Report. Geyer recorded it in Los Angeles with Frank Wilson producing and was joined by her backing band of Tim Partridge on bass guitar, Mark Punch on guitar and backing vocals, and Greg Tell on drums together with session musicians. Two singles were provided from the album, "Money (That's What I Want)" (April 1978) and "Baby Be Mine" (October).
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Les Amants Du Saint-Laurent is a English album released on May 2005. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Les Amants Du Saint-Laurent songs on Gaana. English Hindi Telugu Punjabi Tamil Kannada Bhojpuri Malayalam Marathi Bengali Haryanvi.
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Songwriter – Jean Brousseau , Robert Proulx
Songwriter – Jean Brousseau
- Producer – Ronald Grenier