Max Ernst  French, born Germany, 1891–1976  Halleluiah, 1948  Art Institute Chicago

Halleluiah, The Art Institute of Chicago,Max Ernst, French/German.

The Angel of the home or the Triumph of Surrealism Max Ernst

Max Ernst (pintor surrealista )

The Angel of the Home, or the Triumph of Surrealism, Max Ernst, 1937

last-picture-show: “Max Ernst, The Sirens sing when the Reason sleeps, 1966 ”

last-picture-show: “ “Max Ernst, The Sirens sing when the Reason sleeps, 1966 ” ”

Max Ernst (German-French, 1891-1976), Un caprice de Vénus, 1960

Max Ernst (German-French, Un caprice de Vénus, Oil on canvas, x 54 cm.

Max Ernst I like this because of its content colours of blue, red and orange and how it is made of shapes that don't quite fit together.

Max Ernst- surrealist artist, "reuniting the concsious with the unconscious realms of experience"

Max Ernst- love it. He was inspired by the art of psychotics and attempted to be just as free of repression in making art as they were

Max (The Birdman) Ernst Psychedelia is never far away here at { feuilleton }. Yesterday& film poster reminded me of this work from the psychedelic era by Martin Sharp, an Australian artist.

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