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Surrealism

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  • 1. Surrealism Sur means beyond. Surrealism is art that isbeyond real or impossible.
  • 2. Drawing Simple Surrealism• Surrealism is paintings of simple objects that don’t really make sense, like a picture of a dream. An example is a picture of a flying toaster.Drawing simple surrealism is easy. All you have to do is pick a simple object. Then you pick other objects that make the first object look odd. For instance a toaster is a simple object and so are wings but wings on a toaster are odd. Another example is a pair of boots which are simple and toes which are simple by themselves, but boots that look like feet are weird.Or you can pick an object that usually does not melt and draw it melting. Examples are a melting TV or a melting clock.
  • 3. Surreal art could be:• everyday objects in unexpected forms• Images from dreams that show things that are impossible.
  • 4. Salvador Dali• Salvador Dali lived from 1902 – 1989.• He was Spanish.• He became a leader of surrealism.
  • 5. Dali’s most famous painting
  • 6. Exploding Clock by Dali
  • 7. Surreal Elephant by Dali
  • 8. Holding Hands

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