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Leonor Fini’s mid-century paintings feature dreamlike scenes in which dominant women and passive men undercut traditional notions of sex and gender. Nude or heavily costumed, Fini’s characters embrace humor, eroticism, and mythological symbolism. The Argentine-born, Italian-raised artist was a friend and contemporary of key members of the Surrealist movement and featured in the Museum of Modern Art’s groundbreaking “Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism” exhibition in 1936. While her works embrace strangeness and the uncanny, Fini refused to label herself a Surrealist due to the group’s misogynist element. Her work has been exhibited in New York, Rome, Paris, and London, and she participated in the Venice Biennale and São Paulo Biennial on multiple occasions. Today, her work sells for six figures on the secondary market and belongs to the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Modern, and Centre Georges Pompidou, among other institutions. Along with her maximalist paintings, Fini is also known for her delicate drawings.

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Selected exhibitions
2021
Leonor Fini: Master of SurrealismSager Braudis Gallery
2018
Convulsive Beauty: Then & Now—Leonor Fini | Miss VanWeinstein Gallery
2015
LEONOR FINI - RÉALISME IRRÉELWeinstein Gallery
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Parques Hôtel, 1968

Lithograph and watercolor
26 × 32 in
66 × 81.3 cm
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$10,000 - 15,000
Location
Miami Beach, NEW YORK
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Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed lower right by the artist
Frame
Included
Price ranges of medium-sized prints by Leonor Fini
Learn more
Browse works in this category
$1,800+
This work
$0
$1,875+

Leonor Fini’s mid-century paintings feature dreamlike scenes in which dominant women and passive men undercut traditional notions of sex and gender. Nude or heavily costumed, Fini’s characters embrace humor, eroticism, and mythological symbolism. The Argentine-born, Italian-raised artist was a friend and contemporary of key members of the Surrealist movement and featured in the Museum of Modern Art’s groundbreaking “Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism” exhibition in 1936. While her works embrace strangeness and the uncanny, Fini refused to label herself a Surrealist due to the group’s misogynist element. Her work has been exhibited in New York, Rome, Paris, and London, and she participated in the Venice Biennale and São Paulo Biennial on multiple occasions. Today, her work sells for six figures on the secondary market and belongs to the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Modern, and Centre Georges Pompidou, among other institutions. Along with her maximalist paintings, Fini is also known for her delicate drawings.

Collected by a major museum
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