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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Salvador Dalí
The twelve tribes of Israel
1973
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Salvador Dalí
The Mystical Rose Madonna
1969
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Leonora Carrington
Drawing of Two Surrealist Figures
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Hans Arp
Collage
circa 1920
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Henri Rousseau
Nature morte au panier de cerises
1880
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Marc Chagall
Flûtiste et écuyère
1970-75
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Marc Chagall
Bouquet de Lilium au bord de la mer
1959-66
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Joan Miró
Fissures
1969
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Man Ray
Erotique Voilée
1933
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William Samuel Schwartz
From Manitoulin or Urban Island (Symphonic Forms #67)
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