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Because a man's sensitivity must often be repressed, the anima is one of the most significant autonomous complexes of all. It is said to manifest itself by appearing in dreams. (Painting: Max Ernst)..Surrealism

Because a man's sensitivity must often be repressed, the anima is one of the most significant autonomous complexes of all. It is said to manifest itself by appearing in dreams. (Painting: Max Ernst)..Surrealism

Max Ernst. Cover for Repetitions (1922). *eye is open but it can't see*

Max Ernst. Cover for Repetitions (1922). *eye is open but it can't see*

Max Ernst, The elephant Celebes, 1921 Surrealism Max Ernst often re-use images, he either added or removed pictures into his artworks in order to create new realities. This painting It combines the vivid, dreamlike atmosphere of Surrealism period.

Max Ernst, The elephant Celebes, 1921 Surrealism Max Ernst often re-use images, he either added or removed pictures into his artworks in order to create new realities. This painting It combines the vivid, dreamlike atmosphere of Surrealism period.

max ernst / at the first clear word  / dusseldorf / 1923

max ernst / at the first clear word / dusseldorf / 1923

Max Ernst, Une Semaine de Bonté..I have this book and it is a wealth of intriguing images..mesmerizing

Max Ernst, Une Semaine de Bonté..I have this book and it is a wealth of intriguing images..mesmerizing

windypoplarsroom:Max Ernst"Une Semaine de Bonte"

windypoplarsroom:Max Ernst"Une Semaine de Bonte"

'The Dark Gods', by Max Ernst, oil-on-canvas, 1957, Museum Folkwang, Essen.

'The Dark Gods', by Max Ernst, oil-on-canvas, 1957, Museum Folkwang, Essen.

The Vampire's Kiss, Max Ernst

The Vampire's Kiss, Max Ernst

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Second detail from 'Europe After the Rain, II' by Max Ernst, oil-on-canvas, 1940-42.

Second detail from 'Europe After the Rain, II' by Max Ernst, oil-on-canvas, 1940-42.