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Irving Penn ~ Max Ernst + Dorothea Tanning, 1947 - How Dramatic - what are the people who pose like this thinking I wonder?

Surrealist in New York - Left to right front: Stanley William Hayter, Leonora Carrington, Frederick Kiesler, Kurt Seligmann  Middle: Max Ernst, Amedee Ozenfant, Andre Breton, Fernand Leger, Berenice Abbott  Back: Jimmy Ernst, Peggy Guggenheim, John Ferren, Marcel Duchamp, Piet Mondrian  (Photographer unknown (MB))

“Artists in Exile”, Peggy Guggenheim’s apartment, New York, Most emigres found their way to New York City where Peggy Guggenheim exhibited their work at the “Art of this Century” gallery, which.

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Andre Breton: Paris Surrealists:(from top)Maxime Alexandre, Louis Aragon, André Breton, Luis Bunuel, Jean Caupenne; (second row) Salvador Dalì and Paul Éluard; (third row) Max Ernst and Marcel.

artist Leonore Fini

inneroptics: kvetchlandia: John Phillips Close-up of Painter Leonor Fini 1947

Max Ernst

Max Ernst

Max Ernst, (1891-1976). German painter and sculptor based in Paris for much of his life and work as a dada and surrealist painter.

Max Ernst was a German artist who specialized in paintings, sculpting and graphics. Ernst was considered the pioneer of Dadaism and Surrealism as he had great influence on many artists. Two techniques he used was frottage and decalcomania.

Max Ernst, Leonora Carrington, Marcel Duchamp et André Breton. New York. 1942.

themaninthegreenshirt: Max Ernst, Leonora Carrington, Marcel Duchamp and André Breton, New York 1942

Tower of Surrealist Heads: Man Ray, Lee Miller, Max Ernst, Marie-Berthe

* Marie-Berthe Aurenche Max Ernst, Lee Miller et Man Ray, Paris photo Man Ray

Max Ernst (photograph by Herman Landshoff) 1940

Max Ernst at Peggy Guggenheim’s Home, New York, fall 1942 La bohème: Photo


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