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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Pierre Molinier
Tois, Moi (You, Me)
circa 1968
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Pierre Molinier
Le podex d’amour (The Podex of Love)
circa 1968
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Pierre Molinier
Grande Mêlée (The Great Melee)
circa 1968
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Pierre Molinier
Hanel 1
circa 1968
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Pierre Molinier
Le Festin de Manès (Manès’s Feast)
circa 1968
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Pierre Molinier
Fleur d’enfer (Hell’s Flower)
circa 1968
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Pierre Molinier
L’Étoile de six (Star of Six)
circa 1968
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Pierre Molinier
Botanique (Botanical)
circa 1968
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Pierre Molinier
Autoportrait (Self-Portrait)
circa 1968
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André Masson
Tête de cheval et poissons (Horse Head and Fish)
1926
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Mimi Benoît Parent
Le Guetteur des rosées (The Pinkish Watcher)
1981
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Man Ray
Juliet
circa 1945
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