Surrealism is a cultural and art movement that started
in the 1920s. It encompasses all forms, such as art,
sculpture, mus...
According to writer Guillaume
Apollinaire, Surrealism is ‘’truth
beyond realism’’.
In the words of Salvador
Dali, Surreali...
Surrealism Art Techniques
Collage
Cubomania
Decalcomania
Eclaboussure
Frottage
Fumage
Grattage
Surrealism Artists
Joan Miro
Max Ernst
Salvador Dali
A photography featuring Dali and taken by Philippe
Halsman. This photo was shot live, it took 26 attempts.
Surrealism Today
Surrealism Web Design
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  1. 1. Surrealism is a cultural and art movement that started in the 1920s. It encompasses all forms, such as art, sculpture, music, literature, film and philosophy.
  2. 2. According to writer Guillaume Apollinaire, Surrealism is ‘’truth beyond realism’’. In the words of Salvador Dali, Surrealism is said to be the symbolic language of the subconscious.
  3. 3. Surrealism Art Techniques
  4. 4. Collage
  5. 5. Cubomania
  6. 6. Decalcomania
  7. 7. Eclaboussure
  8. 8. Frottage
  9. 9. Fumage
  10. 10. Grattage
  11. 11. Surrealism Artists
  12. 12. Joan Miro
  13. 13. Max Ernst
  14. 14. Salvador Dali
  15. 15. A photography featuring Dali and taken by Philippe Halsman. This photo was shot live, it took 26 attempts.
  16. 16. Surrealism Today
  17. 17. Surrealism Web Design
  18. 18. and CHECK OUT OUR WEBINAR! VISIT 1WD BOOTCAMP
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