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Max Ernst

Women reveling violently and waving in menacing air, 1929

Collage
8 1/10 × 8 1/10 in
20.5 × 20.5 cm
location
New York
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ARS/Art Resource
New York
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bpk, Berlin / Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg, Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen, Berlin, Germany /Photo: Jörg P. Anders / Art Resource, NY / Ernst, Max (1891-1976) © ARS, NY
Max Ernst
French-American, born Germany, 1891–1976
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Closely associated with Dada and Surrealism, Max Ernst made paintings, sculptures, and prints …

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Closely associated with Dada and Surrealism, Max Ernst made paintings, sculptures, and prints depicting fantastic, nightmarish images that often made reference to anxieties originating in childhood. Ernst demonstrated a profound interest in Freudian psychoanalysis, which is apparent in his exploration of Automatism

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bpk, Berlin / Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg, Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen, Berlin, Germany /Photo: Jörg P. Anders / Art Resource, NY / Ernst, Max (1891-1976) © ARS, NY
Max Ernst
French-American, born Germany, 1891–1976
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Closely associated with Dada and Surrealism, Max Ernst made paintings, sculptures, and prints …

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Closely associated with Dada and Surrealism, Max Ernst made paintings, sculptures, and prints depicting fantastic, nightmarish images that often made reference to anxieties originating in childhood. Ernst demonstrated a profound interest in Freudian psychoanalysis, which is apparent in his exploration of Automatism

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Max Ernst

Women reveling violently and waving in menacing air, 1929

Collage
8 1/10 × 8 1/10 in
20.5 × 20.5 cm
location
New York
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