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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William Samuel Schwartz
From Manitoulin or Urban Island (Symphonic Forms #67)
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Man Ray
Obstruction
1920-1964
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Salvador Dalí
Chevalier à genou
1969
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Salvador Dalí
Femme au cochon
1969
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Salvador Dalí
Femme au clown
1969
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André Masson
Têtes d'animaux
1927
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Andreas Leißner
Warten III
2014
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Roberto Matta
Soie de conscience
1951
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André Masson
Paysage au serpent
1927
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Klaus Zylla
Urjäger, südlich des Eises (II)
2014
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