Rene Magritte’s Delusions of Grandeur II, 1948 also depicts the objectification and fragmentation of the body. Magritte chopped off the head, arms, and legs, leaving the breasts, abdomen, and pelvic region. This is an example of sexual restlessness as the remaining parts are related to a man’s sexual enjoyment. The fragmentation evidences that he only cares about these specific zones, eliminating the woman’s ability to think, speak, or walk away. The fact that the remaining parts do not naturalistically fit, also evidences his personal preferences. Again while dismembering an actual woman would have landed Magritte in jail, all is possible in art under the guise of artistic creativity.