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Max Ernst ( 1891-1976)

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  1. Max Ernst ( 1891-1976) • Was a German painter, sculptor, graphic artist and poet. • Was born in Bruhl, Germany • The third of nine children of middle class Catholic family. • His father was a teacher of the deaf and an amateur painter. • 1909: studied in the University of Bonn and became fascinated with the art of the mentally ill patients after visiting Asylums. • 1911-1913: joined with the group of artists where works by Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, and Paul Gauguin and who inspired and influenced him. • 1914- 1918: served both Western and the Eastern front in the army during world war I, met Hans Arp and became friends and their relationship lasted for forty year. • 1918: returned to Cologne and married art history student Luise Straus, but their marriage was short-lived, ended in 1921- they have a son, Ulrich Jimmy Ernst, was born 1920 , who also became a painter. • 1922: illegally entered France, settled into a menage a trois with Eluard and his wife Gala in Paris • Took various odd jobs to make a living and continued to paint. • 1924: left Paris for long trips from Monaco to Saigon, Vietnam, sold a large number of his works. • 1925: returned to Paris, signed a contract with Jacques Viot and established a studio at rue Tourlaque. • Invented a graphic art technique called frontage( Surrealism techniques) and created the grattage technique. • 1934 : began to make sculpture. • 1938: the American heiress and artistic Patron peggy Guggenheim acquired a number of his works which she displayed in her museum in London. • 1939: world war II , after the NAZI occupied France, he was arrested again, but escaped and flee to America with help of Guggenheim and Fry. • 1941: arrived in the United States, left his second wife Leonora Carrington and she suffered a major mental breakdown. • Guggenheim and Ernst were married (1941-1946) • Lived in New York city and helped inspire the development of Abstract expressionism. • 1946: met and married Dorothea tanning , was American painter, printmaker, sculptor, writer, and poet who was born and raised in Illinois. • 1948: they made their home in Sedona , Arizona and he began achieved financial success. • 1953: they moved to a small town in the South of France ,continued to work and published a complete catalogue of his works • 1966: created a chess set made of glass which he named “Immortel” • 1976: died on April 1976 in Paris.

  2. Surrealism and painting

  3. LA FUITE ByMax Ernst

  4. Mestrs Da Pintura e Outros(design in nature, surrealism , 1947)

  5. “the wheatherman”-Max Ernst, 1951 From : artiquarian

  6. The Garden of France,1962

  7. Cocktail Drinker – 1945by Max Ernst

  8. Oedipus RexBy Max Ernst_ 1922

  9. MOON II ByMax Ernst - 1944

  10. PAYSAGE ALPIN ByMax Ernst

  11. QUI EST CE GRANDE MALADE...? ByMax Ernst

  12. RÊVE D'UNE PETITE FILLE QUI VOULUT ENTRER AU CARMEL: ' ...OÙ NOUS AVIONS DRESSÉ UN PETIT PURGATOIRE... ByMax Ernst1929

  13. LA NAISSANCE DE VÉNUS ByMax Ernst 1957

  14. LA LOUVE ROMAINE ByMax Ernst - 1954

  15. IT'S A HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN ByMax Ernst

  16. MUSCHELBLUME ByMax Ernst

  17. JEUNE FILLE CHANGÉE EN LOCOMOTIVE ByMax Ernst 1970

  18. DEATH IS SOMETHING LIKE COUSIN CYNTHIA ByMax Ernst -1931

  19. HALLUCINATION ByMax Ernst - 1934

  20. FORÊT ET SOLEIL After Max Ernst 1956

  21. TEMPTATION OF ST. ANTHONY ByMax Ernst 1945

  22. DANCERS UNDER THE STARRY SKY ByMax Ernst-1951

  23. OHNE TITEL ByMax Ernst 1925

  24. FACILITÉ ByMax Ernst _1923

  25. LA LOTERIE DU JARDIN ZOOLOGIQUE ByMax Ernst _1951

  26. SPECTACLE ByMax Ernst-1950

  27. 33 FILLETTES PARTANT POUR LA CHASSE AU PAPILLON BLANC ByMax Ernst _1957

  28. PROJECT POUR UN MONUMENT A LEONARD DE VINCI ByMax Ernst -1957

  29. TÊTE D'HOMME ByMax Ernst _1971

  30. DANSEUSES ByMax Ernst

  31. STERNBILD II (NOCTURNE II) ByMax Ernst

  32. HORSE AND COWS ByMax Ernst -1919

  33. By Max Ernst+ Follow this Artist -1924Les visiteurs du dimanche

  34. FLEURS EXOTIQUES ByMax Ernst -1928

  35. SOUS MON BLANC VÊTEMENT, TENEZ-VOUS BIEN TRANQUILLES À LA PORTE DE MON AME, CHERS PETITS LAPINS! FRAPPEZ SANS ENTRER NI SORTIR ... ByMax Ernst -1929

  36. UNTITLED ByMax Ernst -1965

  37. Jean CrottiPortrait of Edison 1920

  38. COLORADEAU DE MDUSE ByMax Ernst - 1954

  39. COMPOSITION ByMax Ernst - 1917

  40. FESTIN XII. ByMax Ernst - 1974

  41. GRACIEUSE (PREMIÈRE VERSION) ByMax Ernst

  42. MUSCHELBLUMEN (COQUILLAGE-FLEURS) ByMax Ernst -1928

  43. Untiled ByMax Ernst1921