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  • 1. Surrealism Adapted by Mrs. Macdonald by Phillip Martin
  • 2. Surrealism What can that possibly mean?
  • 3. Surrealism started in the 1920s. Paintings focus on things found in the imagination or fantasy . You might find every day objects, but they aren’t doing every day things. Artists sometimes find inspiration for their images in their dreams . The Son of Man by Rene Magritte Surrealism
  • 4. Belgian artist, Rene Magritte made a famous painting called Les Amantes (The Lovers). He found inspiration for his work in his life. Time Transfixed by Rene Magritte Surrealism
  • 5. Golconde by Rene Magritte Surrealism
  • 6. Other famous paintings by Rene Magritte Surrealism
  • 7. Spanish artist, Salvador Dali , is the name that first comes to mind for many people when they think of Surrealism . His moustache is as famous as his art. Surrealism
  • 8. Even if you have never heard of Surrealism , you may have seen Dali ’s work. The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali Surrealism
  • 9. Celestial Elephants by Salvador Dali Surrealism
  • 10. Self Portrait by Salvador Dali Surrealism
  • 11. a Frida Kahlo, a Mexican painter, often painted herself in a surreal world. Surrealism
  • 12. a So now you know about Surreali sm . Do you think you can try to make a surrealistic painting? 1. Think about an object. 2. Imagine the object doing something unusual. 3. Sketch your ideas. 4. Paint your picture Surrealism