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Salvador Dali - Autumn CannibalismAutumn CannibalismSalvador Dali

As with many artists, Dali was to depict war and conflict in several of his major works. Autumn Cannibalism was painted in 1936, the year the civil war began in Spain. The painting is an evocative interpretation of the horror and destruction of war, and also comments on the devoring nature of sexual...

Tate Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
 
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Salvador Dali - Heads Full of Clouds (Diptych)Heads Full of Clouds (Diptych)Salvador Dali

Dalí painted these monumental panels at a time of intense personal discovery and expression, while the world around him erupted into conflict The work itself is comprised of two separate panels⁠—male and female—and sees the head and bust of each covered by a barren desert landscape and mesmerizing s...

 
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Salvador Dali - The Enigma of Desire, My Mother, 1929The Enigma of Desire, My Mother, 1929Salvador Dali

'The Enigma of Desire' was the first work sold by the Goemans Gallery during Dali's first one-man exhibition there in 1929. Just as he was painting this canvas, Dali found a religious chromolighograph on which he wrote: 'Sometimes I spit with pleasure on my mother's portrait, had a quite psychoanaly...

 
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Salvador Dali - The ShipThe ShipSalvador Dali
29 x 35 cm, (1935)

Dali was well for his striking and bizarre images in his surrealist painting. Because of the illusion and abstract appearance, its meaning ultimately depends upon the viewer. Some interpret it to depict the beauty in the perceived burdens of life. The figure also possesses feminine and masculine tra...

 
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Salvador Dali - Sleep, 1937Sleep, 1937Salvador Dali

Dali’s “Sleep” of 1937 deals with a Freudian theme of the world of dreams that has fascinated the Surrealists who believed that the freedom of the subconscious within sleep could be tapped into and then realized creatively in their art. This painting is an attempt to duplicate the dream world into c...

 
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Salvador Dali - Premonition of Civil WarPremonition of Civil WarSalvador Dali

Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936) is a painting by Spanish Surrealist Salvador Dalí. Dali made this painting to represent the horrors of the Spanish Civil War. Dali painted this work six months before the Spanish Civil War had even begun and then claimed that he h...

Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, United States)
 
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Rene Magritte - The false mirrorThe false mirrorRene Magritte

The image jolts the viewer by removing the eye from its usual context, presenting it without the face to which it belongs. It further disrupts expectation by placing a circular sky inside the otherwise ordinary oculus. Sometimes called “magical realism,” such juxtaposition of normally unrelated obje...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Salvador Dali - The Metamorphosis of NarcissusThe Metamorphosis of NarcissusSalvador Dali

Metamorphosis of Narcissus (1937) is an oil-on-canvas painting by the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí. This painting is from Dalí's Paranoiac-critical period. According to Greek mythology, Narcissus fell in love with his own reflection in a pool. Unable to embrace the watery image, he pined away, a...

Tate Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
 
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Salvador Dali - -Morphological Echo-, circa 1936'Morphological Echo', circa 1936Salvador Dali

Morphological Echo is a title shared by two oil on panel paintings created by the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí. The first of these works was painted between 1934 and 1936 and measures 64 x 54 cm. It depicts a seemingly minimal architectural setting with several surrealist images in its finer det...

Reynolds Morse Foundation (Cleveland, United States)
 
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Salvador Dali - Cubist Self-portraitCubist Self-portraitSalvador Dali

Cubist Self Portrait is an 1926 oil painting by Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí, best known for the striking and bizarre images. The oil on canvas painting is drawn on Cubism style and based on self-portrait genre and is now housed at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid. The p...

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid, Spain)
 
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Rene Magritte - The meaning of nightThe meaning of nightRene Magritte

The Meaning of Night is a painting by Rene Magritte to represent the fear of night in human being. Rene Magritte painted this artwork in 1927 by use of Surrealism Style. It is painted by use Technique oil on canvas with Dimensions 139 cm by 105 cm and is housed at Menil Collection, Houston.
The...

The Menil Collection (Houston, United States)
 
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Rene Magritte - The Menaced AssassinThe Menaced AssassinRene Magritte

The Menaced Assassin (French: L'Assassin menacé) is a 1927 oil on canvas painting by Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte. The main subject of the painting, a blood-smeared nude woman, is seen lying on a couch. The assassin of the painting's title, a well-dressed man, stands ready to leave, his c...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Joan Miro - Joan Miró- Catalan Landscape (The Hunter)Joan Miró- Catalan Landscape (The Hunter)Joan Miro

Catalan Landscape is an oil painting that represents cultural movement during early 20th century. It was created by Joan Miro and it display dreams and hallucinations concept that the world was surpassing during its creation time. It primarily emphasize on Catalonia people and culture prevailing dur...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
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Joan Miro - Dutch Interior IDutch Interior IJoan Miro

Dutch Interior (I) is based on a seventeenth–century painting by Hendrick Martensz Sorgh depicting a lute player in a domestic interior. Miró bought a postcard reproduction of the work at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam a few months prior to beginning his painting. 'I had the postcard pinned up on my e...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
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Pablo Picasso - Two women running on the beach (The race)Two women running on the beach (The race)Pablo Picasso

The rounded monumental figures of Picasso's f neo-Classical period of the early 1920s sees a return to his 1992 painting Two Women Running on the Beach, with all its traditional religious connotations. Neo-Classicism originally applies to the late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century revival of ...

Musée National Picasso (Paris, France)
 
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Frida Kahlo - Frida y Diego RiveraFrida y Diego RiveraFrida Kahlo

Painted in San Francisco during the artist's first trip outside of Mexico. She accompanied her husband Diego Rivera who was painting in the United States and would, at the end of the year, be the subject of a retrospecive at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. The banderole carried by the bird abo...

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (United States)
 
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Rene Magritte - The Human ConditionThe Human ConditionRene Magritte

The Human Condition (La condition humaine) generally refers to two similar oil on canvas paintings by the Belgiansurrealist René Magritte. One was completed in 1933 and is in the collection of the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. The other was completed in 1935 and is part of the Simon Spi...

National Gallery of Art (Washington, United States)
 
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Yves Tanguy - The Ribbon of ExcessThe Ribbon of ExcessYves Tanguy

This is an important work in Tanguy's oeuvre, marking a shift from the spacious 'underwater landscapes' of the late 1920s to a world packed with intricately-drawn, bean-like forms. These shapes sit like a sculpted frieze at the bottom of the painting. Tanguy's works of the 1930s, in which weird obje...

 
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Salvador Dali - Girl with CurlsGirl with CurlsSalvador Dali

“People love mystery, and that is why they love my paintings.” Painted three years before joining the Surrealist movement, Girl with Curls demonstrates three key methods Dali used to create mystery: scale distortion, anatomical exaggeration, and anonymity. The painting’s blend of realism and distort...

 
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Salvador Dali - Girl with CurlsGirl with CurlsSalvador Dali

“People love mystery, and that is why they love my paintings.” Painted three years before joining the Surrealist movement, Girl with Curls demonstrates three key methods Dali used to create mystery: scale distortion, anatomical exaggeration, and anonymity. The painting’s blend of realism and distort...