Surrealism

Originating with André Breton’s Manifeste du surréalisme, Surrealism was an intellectual and artistic movement deeply influenced by the writings of Sigmund Freud. Surrealists championed unconventional techniques to elucidate unconscious processes, and created compositions that were often chaotic, incongruous, and heavily symbolic.

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René Magritte
Le palais des souvenirs
1939
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Marc Chagall
Le peintre et son chevalet
1981
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Marc Chagall
Le couple aux fleurs
1950
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Marc Chagall
La fete du peintre
1978
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Salvador Dalí
The Judgment of Paris
1950
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Salvador Dalí
Apollinaire Suite I
1968
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Vivian Torrence
Forces Constant (from Chemistry Imagined)
1991
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Salvador Dalí
Estatique instantane de la melancholie “aerodinamique” (Ecstatic Snapshot of “Aerodynamic” Melancholy)
Verso: Studies
circa 1933-34
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Salvador Dalí
Femme a l’Escargot (Woman with Snail)
1967
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Salvador Dalí
Le Couple a la Bougie (Couple with a Candle)
1968
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Salvador Dalí
Femme a la Chaussure (Woman with Shoe)
1969
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Salvador Dalí
Naissance de Venus (Birth of Venus)
1963
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