Posts Tagged: Surrealism
Jean Arp, also called Hans Arp, born September 16, 1887, Strassburg, Germany (now Strasbourg, France), died June 7, 1966, Basel, Switzerland was a French sculptor, painter, and poet, one of the leaders of the European avant-garde in the arts during the first half of the 20th century.
We begin our series of famous painters that marked the way we see and experience painting today, with the works of James Sidney Edouard Ensor (1860-1949), one of my favourites expressionists. He was a Flemish-Belgian painter and printmaker with an important
These fabulously positive artworks are created by German artist Jeannette Woitzik. Dreamy, romantic, kind, mystical... however you may call them, they give a good mood and force you to believe in magic.
My genre can be most closely compared to early 20th century surrealism, in that the landscapes and inhabitants of consciousness figure prominently as themes and also as guiding forces that shape my style. Unlike the surrealists, I avoid Freudian ideology for the
I was born in London, England on October 26 1958, the youngest of four and much to my parent's surprise, I was born a dog. This unfortunate turn of events was soon accepted within my family and was never again mentioned in the presence of polite company.