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Dorothea Tanning, Sedona, Arizona, by Lee Miller, c.1946

Dorothea Tanning, Sedona, Arizona, by Lee Miller, c.1946

Sedona´s Inner Landscapes | The Wander Life

Sedona´s Inner Landscapes | The Wander Life

Dorothea Tanning, Sedona (Arizona) 1946 -by Lee Miller  from : Patricia Allmer (ed.), “Angels of Anarchy - Women Artists and Surrealism” (Prestel, 2009)

Dorothea Tanning, Sedona (Arizona) 1946 -by Lee Miller from : Patricia Allmer (ed.), “Angels of Anarchy - Women Artists and Surrealism” (Prestel, 2009)

Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning. Photograph by Irving Penn. 1947. Copyright The Irving Penn Foundation. Dorothea Tanning was an artist and a late-blooming poet. She lived to age 105. "Heaven's motes sift to salt - white - paint is ground to silence; and I, I am bound, unquiet, a shade of blue in the studio..." Stanza from Sequestrienne. Dorothea Tanning from Poetry, April 2002

Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning. Photograph by Irving Penn. 1947. Copyright The Irving Penn Foundation. Dorothea Tanning was an artist and a late-blooming poet. She lived to age 105. "Heaven's motes sift to salt - white - paint is ground to silence; and I, I am bound, unquiet, a shade of blue in the studio..." Stanza from Sequestrienne. Dorothea Tanning from Poetry, April 2002

Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning at Sedona, Arizona - taken by Lee Miller, 1946

Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning at Sedona, Arizona - taken by Lee Miller, 1946

Dorthea Tanning and Max Ernst Between 1946-1950. They married in 1946 for 30 years  until his death.

Dorthea Tanning and Max Ernst Between 1946-1950. They married in 1946 for 30 years until his death.

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