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Max Beckmann - The NightThe NightMax Beckmann

The Night is a 20th-century painting by German artist Max Beckmann, created between the years of 1918 and 1919. It is an icon of the post-World War I movement, Neue Sachlichkeit, or New Objectivity. It is an oil painting on canvas.
Three men appear to invade a small, cramped room, where they te...

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Düsseldorf, Germany)
 
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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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Pablo Picasso - Three MusiciansThree MusiciansPablo Picasso

Three Musicians is the title of two similar collage and oil paintings by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. They were both completed in 1921 in Fontainebleau near Paris, France, and exemplify the Synthetic Cubist style. One version is currently owned by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City; t...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - The Great Bathers (The Nymphs)The Great Bathers (The Nymphs)Pierre-Auguste Renoir

The Bathers (French: Les Baigneuses) is an oil painting on canvas made between 1918 and 1919 by the French painterPierre-Auguste Renoir. After being giving to the State by his three in 1923, it is currently kept at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.
There are two groups of naked women: two models lyin...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Edvard Munch - Near the bed of death (fever)Near the bed of death (fever)Edvard Munch

Near the Bed of Death is an expressionism style painting of 1915 by Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863-1944). It is drawn on board by use of pastel technique and based on painting genre and it measures 60 by 80 centimeters. The painting resembles an ill man lying on bed in fever and is supposed to...

Munch Museum (Oslo, Norway)
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Giorgio De Chirico - Hector and AndromacheHector and AndromacheGiorgio De Chirico

Giorgio De Chirico painted a surrealist and partially cubist oil painting entitled 'Hector and Andromache' between 1917. The artist was inspired by those two art movements while he lived in Italy and Europe at the time. This painting was product of both cubist and surrealist schools of thought over...

Central Square (New York, United States)
 
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Joan Miro - Still Life with Old ShoeStill Life with Old ShoeJoan Miro

Still Life with Old Shoe, is an oil painting done by Joan Miró in 1937 and now part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The work entered the museum as a gift by James Thrall Soby in 1970. When started the Spanish Civil War Miró was going to his house of Mont-roig del...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
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Joan Miro - SiestaSiestaJoan Miro

Joan Miró i Ferra (Barcelona, ​​April 20, 1893 - Palma de Mallorca, 25 December 1983), painter, sculptor and ceramist Spanish, was an exponent of surrealism. His works are characterized by vibrant color and reinterpretation of reality, a reality which changes constantly in search of a balance betwee...

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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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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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Giorgio De Chirico - The Child-s BrainThe Child's BrainGiorgio De Chirico

The surrealists were greatly influenced by Sigmund Freud’s theories of sexuality. In his writings on the ‘Oedipus complex’, Freud argued that rivalries between sons and fathers for the attention of the mother could lead to feelings of confusion, shame and guilt about sex in adult life. The Freudian ...

Moderna Museum (Stockholm, Sweden)
 
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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - Street Scene in BerlinStreet Scene in BerlinErnst Ludwig Kirchner
121 x 91 cm, (1914)

This exhibition brings together German Expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's renowned Street Scenes series, created between 1913 and 1915. Considered by many to be the highpoint of Kirchner's career as a whole, this series of seven paintings is showcased with sixty related prints and drawings. This ...

Museum for German and Austrian Art and Private Collection (New York, United States)
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Joan Miro - Standing NudeStanding NudeJoan Miro

In this oil on canvas, Miro makes use of basic geometric forms. He creates this woman's figure with a rhythm so the viewer has to look up and down the canvas. Miro manages to show the front and side of each body part to allow the viewer to examine how everything was pieced together. Miro's goal was ...

Perls Galleries (New York, United States)
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Balthus (Balthasar Klossowski) - Girl with CatGirl with CatBalthus (Balthasar Klossowski)
88 x 78 cm, (1937)

Series of paintings “Balthus: Cats and Girls' the origins and permutations of the French artist’s focus on felines and the dark side of childhood. Balthus’s lifelong fascination with adolescence resulted in his most iconic works: girls on the threshold of puberty, hovering between innocence and know...

 
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Joan Miro - Self-PortraitSelf-PortraitJoan Miro

This is a self-portrait of the Catalan artist Joan Miro. Miro worked on this piece from 1937-1960. This self portrait was painted in oil/pencil. This imaginative piece demonstrates that Miro thought of himself as an ever changing and evolving person that had a very humble opinion of himself.

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Giorgio De Chirico - The Uncertainty of the PoetThe Uncertainty of the PoetGiorgio De Chirico

Purchased with assistance from the Art Fund (Eugene Cremetti Fund), the Carroll Donner Bequest, the Friends of the Tate Gallery and members of the public 1985. De Chirico’s quiet square evokes the classical arcades and statuary of antiquity (the sculpture is a torso of Aphrodite). In contrast, the p...

Tate Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
 
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Salvador Dali - Accomodations of Desire, 1929Accomodations of Desire, 1929Salvador Dali

The Spanish-born artist Salvador Dalí was officially allied with Surrealism from 1929 to 1941, and even after that his work continued to reflect the influence of Surrealist thought and methodology. His flamboyance, flair for drama and self-promotion, and hyperactive imagination reinvigorated the gro...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
 
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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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Joan Miro - The Birth of the WorldThe Birth of the WorldJoan Miro

Joan Miró said that The Birth of the World depicts “a sort of genesis”—the amorphous beginnings of life. To make this work, Miró poured, brushed, and flung paint on an unevenly primed canvas so that the paint soaked in some areas and rested on top in others. Atop this relatively uncontrolled applica...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
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Joan Miro - Harlequin-s CarnivalHarlequin's CarnivalJoan Miro

hen Miro moved into the studio of Pau Gargallo on the rue Blomet in Paris, he came in contact with the poets and artists belonging to a group that had arisen from Dadaism. In 1924, this became the Surrealist group centered on the poet Andre Breton. Miro was never an orthodox Surrealist. However, the...

Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, United States)
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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 - 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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Rene Magritte - PleasurePleasureRene Magritte

According to other sources the explanation behind this painting is rather simple: One day Magritte saw his wife eating a chocolate bird, so he decided he would do a painting of a young woman eating a live bird. Evidently he decided not to use an accurate portrait of Georgette because of the graphic ...

Paris (France)
 
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Max Ernst - Of This Men Shall Know NothingOf This Men Shall Know NothingMax Ernst

Ernst studied philosophy and psychology in Bonn and was interested in the alternative realities experienced by the insane. This painting may have been inspired by the psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud’s study of the delusions of a paranoiac, Daniel Paul Schreber. Freud identified Schreber’s fantasy of bec...

Tate Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
 
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Paul Klee - Ad ParnassumAd ParnassumPaul Klee

This painting, considered Klee’s masterpiece, is an example of Klee’s masterful skill with color. Small blocks of shifting colors float through the background, set in place with a thick black outline, evincing the idea of a building or a house. It is also the finest example of Klee’s ability in poin...

Kunstmuseum (Bern, Switzerland)
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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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Paul Klee - Portrait of Mrs. P. in SouthPortrait of Mrs. P. in SouthPaul Klee

Paul Klee’s vacation in Sicily during the summer of 1924 provided him with the subjects for several watercolors that capture the color, light, and mood of a specific geographical location and cast of characters. This portrait and that of Frau R. on a Journey to the South, also of 1924 (present where...

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Paul Klee - Flora on sandFlora on sandPaul Klee

This marvelous natural expression is reminiscent of an aesthetic experiment discussed by Paul Klee. In a lecture at Bauhaus, Klee suggested that if you take a thin sheet of metal, cover it with sand, and stroke the edge with a violin bow, the oscillating vibrations will express themselves in a corre...

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Pablo Picasso - The Three MusiciansThe Three MusiciansPablo Picasso

Three Musicians is the title of two similar collage and oil paintings by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. They were both completed in 1921 in Fontainebleau near Paris, France, and exemplify the Synthetic Cubist style. One version is currently owned by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City; t...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York City, United States)