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Max Ernst

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Ernst’s trailblazing “collage novels" employ the dreamlike conjunction — the fusion or juxtaposition of unlike elements whose collision makes perfect sense, in a free-associated way.

Ernst’s trailblazing “collage novels" employ the dreamlike conjunction — the fusion or juxtaposition of unlike elements whose collision makes perfect sense, in a free-associated way.

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“On this #WyrdWednesday, a glimpse of the weird and wonderful work of pioneering surrealist, Max Ernst (1891-1976). With no formal training and an aptitude for experimentation, he invented techniques such as frottage and grattage. His collages are a vast source of bizarre wonder.”

Artwork by Max Ernst, Untitled, Made of lithograph, on heavy tan wove paper

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Max Ernst: The Barbarians (1999.363.21) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist: Max Ernst (French (born Germany), Brühl 1891–1976 Paris). Date: 1937. Geography: (none assigned. Medium: Oil on cardboard. Dimensions: 9 1/2 x 13...

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