Published on October 9, 2009
Founded by Andre Breton
Artists of Surrealism Giorgio de Chirico Max Ernst Georgia O’Keeffe Pablo Picasso Salvador Dali
Surrealism was mostly a European movement, stemming from Dada, Dada was an artistic and literary movement from 1916 through 1920. Dada was also a cultural movement focused on the rejection of the predominate standards of art through anti-art cultural works. “Dada was the groundwork to abstract art and sound poetry, a starting point for performance art, a prelude to post modernism, an influence on pop art, a celebration of anti-art to be later embraced for anarcho-political uses in the 1960’s and the movement that lay the foundation for surrealism.”-Marc Lowenthal Surrealism is a style in which visual imagery becomes fantastical visuals from the subconscious mind with no intention of making the work logically comprehensible. “I insist upon a likeness, a more profound likeness, more real than the real, achieving the surreal. This is the way I understood Surrealism, but the word had been used quite differently.“-Pablo Picasso
Giorgio de Chirico1888-1978 Evil Genius of a King 1914-1915 Great Metaphysical Interior 1917
Giorgio de ChiricoTwo Figures, One at Left Standing-1934
Max Ernst1891-1976 Woman, Old Man and Flower/Femme 1923-24 Landscape with Wheat germ 1936
Max ErnstThe Antipope,1941-1942
Georgia O’Keeffe1887-1986 Abstraction White Rose 1927 From the Lake Year unknown
Georgia O’KeeffeJack in the Pulpit IV, 1930
Pablo Picasso1881-1973 Nude and Still Life 1931 Dance 1925
Pablo Picasso Crucifixion, 1930
Salvador Dali Female Nude 1925 Venus with Cupids 1925
Salvador DaliLugubrious Game, 1929
Websites Moma.org Virtualdali.com Pablo-ruiz-picasso.net Okeeffemuseum.org Artcyclopedia.com Chisnell.com
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