Surrealism• Andre Breton• Freud• Andre Masson• Battle of Fishes, 1927• Joan Miro• The Hunter 1923-4• Harlequin’sCarnival 1...
Breton• “I believe in the future resolution of these twostates , dream and reality , which are soseemingly contradictory i...
Surrealism• Related to but different from DADA• Manifesto created by Breton in 1924• FreudAutomatismHallucinationIrrationa...
EXQUISITE CORPSE
Two strands of surrealism• Biomorphic• Masson and miroAND• Realistic and recognizable• Magritte and dali
ANDRE MASSON
Max Ernst, The Horde, 1927
Max Ernst, Surrealism and Painting, 1942
JOAN MIRO• Catalan• Spent time in paris• But returned to native Spain a lot• Influenced by cezanne, matisse, picasso
JOAN MIRO
HUNTER , 1923
Jean arp
Miro, harlequin’s carnival
Bosch, garden of delights
Van Steen, Dancing Cat’s lesson
Miro, dutch interiors II
Salvador dali• Catalan• Symbolizes above all others surrealism• Mastered all techniques taught to him athe academy• Freud•...
Slidelist• DALI• Bread Basket 1920s• Accommodation of Desires1929• Lugubrious Game 1929• The Great Masturbator 1929• Persi...
Meissonier
Dali, The bread Basket
Accommodations of Desire, 1929
Dali. LugubriousGame 1929
Compare to Magritte’s painting
Dali, Spain
Dali, Crucifixion
Magritte
Magritte, treachery of images
Magritte, human condition
Key of dreams , magritte
Magritte, The son of Man 1946
MASSON, STREET MANNEQUIN, 1938
Magritte, Dangerous Liaisons, 1926
Leonora Carrington, self portrait, 1936
Remedios Varos, Mimesis. 1960
Leonor Fini, At ends of earth 1949
Remedios Varos, Harmony 1955
Frida and Diego, 1931
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  1. 1. Surrealism• Andre Breton• Freud• Andre Masson• Battle of Fishes, 1927• Joan Miro• The Hunter 1923-4• Harlequin’sCarnival 1925Dutch Interiors II 1928• Self Portrait 1937• Poetess 1940• Blue 1961• Rene Magritte• The treachery of Images 1928-9• .
  2. 2. Breton• “I believe in the future resolution of these twostates , dream and reality , which are soseemingly contradictory into a kind of absolutereality, a surreality.• Dictionary Definition:• Psychic automatism in its pure state by whichone proposes to express, verbally, or by other,means the actual functioning of thought.Dictated by thought , IN THE ABSENCE OFANY CONTROL OF EXERCISED REASON,EXEMPT FROM ANY AESTHETIC OR MORALCONCERN.
  3. 3. Surrealism• Related to but different from DADA• Manifesto created by Breton in 1924• FreudAutomatismHallucinationIrrational thought associationsDreams
  4. 4. EXQUISITE CORPSE
  5. 5. Two strands of surrealism• Biomorphic• Masson and miroAND• Realistic and recognizable• Magritte and dali
  6. 6. ANDRE MASSON
  7. 7. Max Ernst, The Horde, 1927
  8. 8. Max Ernst, Surrealism and Painting, 1942
  9. 9. JOAN MIRO• Catalan• Spent time in paris• But returned to native Spain a lot• Influenced by cezanne, matisse, picasso
  10. 10. JOAN MIRO
  11. 11. HUNTER , 1923
  12. 12. Jean arp
  13. 13. Miro, harlequin’s carnival
  14. 14. Bosch, garden of delights
  15. 15. Van Steen, Dancing Cat’s lesson
  16. 16. Miro, dutch interiors II
  17. 17. Salvador dali• Catalan• Symbolizes above all others surrealism• Mastered all techniques taught to him athe academy• Freud• Idolizes meissonnier and vermeer• Paranoic-critical method
  18. 18. Slidelist• DALI• Bread Basket 1920s• Accommodation of Desires1929• Lugubrious Game 1929• The Great Masturbator 1929• Persistence of memory 1931• Spain 1930s• Crucifixion 1960s• Paranoic-critical method• Magritte• Treachery of Images• Key of Dreams 1930s• Human Condition• Hegel’s Holiday• Sound Room• Castle of the Pyrenees 1959
  19. 19. Meissonier
  20. 20. Dali, The bread Basket
  21. 21. Accommodations of Desire, 1929
  22. 22. Dali. LugubriousGame 1929
  23. 23. Compare to Magritte’s painting
  24. 24. Dali, Spain
  25. 25. Dali, Crucifixion
  26. 26. Magritte
  27. 27. Magritte, treachery of images
  28. 28. Magritte, human condition
  29. 29. Key of dreams , magritte
  30. 30. Magritte, The son of Man 1946
  31. 31. MASSON, STREET MANNEQUIN, 1938
  32. 32. Magritte, Dangerous Liaisons, 1926
  33. 33. Leonora Carrington, self portrait, 1936
  34. 34. Remedios Varos, Mimesis. 1960
  35. 35. Leonor Fini, At ends of earth 1949
  36. 36. Remedios Varos, Harmony 1955
  37. 37. Frida and Diego, 1931

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