Surrealism Art For Sale

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Browse 1664 Surrealism artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Naomi White, Pablo Salinas, Werner Hornung, Oleg Tarasov, Yulia Korneva, Gyuri Lohmuller, Satu Laurel, Dirk Bosschaert, Lynette Vought, Gabriela Cristu, Janusz Obst, Roy Villalobos, Roger Calle, Eric Helin, Tim Tero, Hisham Zreiq , Debra Lennox offering Surrealism artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 58 pages for and further artists at the bottom of this page. To view a work by any of these contemporary artists simply click on the image or browse the artist's portfolio. To buy any Surrealism art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Naomi White: 'Elementary Cosmogony', 2007 Color Photograph, Surrealism.  Inspired by the paintings of Rene Magritte, the birth of the universe is revisited ...
Surrealism - Photograph
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
Naomi White: 'The Pleasure Principle', 2007 Color Photograph, Surrealism.  Inspired by the subversive, absurdist paintings of Rene Magritte, we investigate the paradoxical notion that physical limitations can create a sense of emotional freedom. Artists Agata Olek Oleksiak and Naomi White manipulate motifs of bondage and liberty while obscuring gender and nationality to release the subject from the burden of...
Surrealism - Photograph
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
Pablo Salinas: 'Structures in combat', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Painting
125 x 100 cm (49.2 x 39.4 inches)
Werner Hornung: 'HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER ', 2007 Digital Art, Surrealism.  Fine Art Print on 310gr Fine Art PaperLimited edition 1- 5 signed/ numbered ...
Surrealism - Digital Art
100 x 70 cm (39.4 x 27.6 inches)
Oleg Tarasov: 'Sunset', 2006 Other Photography, Surrealism. Pinhole 6x6, film Kodak portra 160 NC. Sunset by the Volgas river....
, 2006
Surrealism - Photograph
30 x 30 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inches)
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Yulia Korneva: 'The Memory of the Time', 2006 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  The Memory of the Time; oil on canvas.From the description for Cedas Fiat Soicial Exhibition 2007
Surrealism - Painting
40 x 30 cm (15.7 x 11.8 inches)
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Gyuri Lohmuller: 'good hope', 2006 Oil Painting, Surrealism. The original was sold.Upon  request, I can paint a similar theme more or less accurate than the original. Please contact me to order....
, 2006
Surrealism - Painting
50 x 43 cm (19.7 x 16.9 inches)
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Gyuri Lohmuller: 'She she', 2005 Oil Painting, Surrealism. The original was sold.Upon  request, I can paint a similar theme more or less accurate than the original. Please contact me to order....
, 2005
Surrealism - Painting
51 x 42 cm (20.1 x 16.5 inches)
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Gyuri Lohmuller: 'Almost the end', 2007 Oil Painting, Surrealism. The original was sold.Upon  request, I can paint a similar theme more or less accurate than the original. Please contact me to order....
Surrealism - Painting
72 x 60 cm (28.3 x 23.6 inches)
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Satu Laurel: 'Feather', 2007 Oil Painting, Surrealism.   sold...
, 2007
Surrealism - Painting
45 x 40 cm (17.7 x 15.7 inches)
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Satu Laurel: 'Rose on pedestal', 2007 Oil Painting, Surrealism.   sold...
Surrealism - Painting
30 x 30 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inches)
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Dirk Bosschaert: 'Le Chant Sibyllin', 2007 Oil Painting, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Painting
60 x 70 cm (23.6 x 27.6 inches)
Lynette Vought: 'Administrative Oni', 2007 Charcoal Drawing, Surrealism.  Oni are Japanese ogres or goblins.  ...
Surrealism - Drawing
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
Lynette Vought: 'Journeyman', 2007 Charcoal Drawing, Surrealism.  A guitar kami in training. ...
, 2007
Surrealism - Drawing
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
Lynette Vought: 'Guitar Kami', 2007 Charcoal Drawing, Surrealism.  Kami are Shinto forest spirits. I have tranformed a guitarist into a kami for this drawing. ...
Surrealism - Drawing
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
Gabriela Cristu: 'No title', 2006 Gouache Drawing, Surrealism.
, 2006
Surrealism - Drawing
100 x 70 cm (39.4 x 27.6 inches)
Dirk Bosschaert: 'Caravage du temps', 2007 Oil Painting, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Painting
60 x 70 cm (23.6 x 27.6 inches)
Janusz Obst: 'Impostor with wife on vacation', 2006 , Surrealism.  Chelsea Global 2006 - winner Handmade paper; acrylic...
Surrealism -
46 x 46 inches (116.8 x 116.8 cm)
Oleg Tarasov: 'July thunderstorm', 2006 Other Photography, Surrealism.  Pinhole 6x6, film Kodak portra 160 NC ...
Surrealism - Photograph
30 x 30 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inches)
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Oleg Tarasov: 'Morning mirror', 2006 Other Photography, Surrealism.  Pinhole 6x6, film Kodak portra 160 NC. ...
Surrealism - Photograph
30 x 30 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inches)
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Dirk Bosschaert: 'PEINTURE BLANCHE PLEINE DE GRACE', 2006 Oil Painting, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Painting
30 x 90 cm (11.8 x 35.4 inches)
Roy Villalobos: 'Blind Ego', 2005 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  Reflecting prostitution as an spiritual experience. ...
, 2005
Surrealism - Painting
20 x 24 inches (50.8 x 61.0 cm)
Roger Calle: 'A woman s kiss sealed forever ', 2004 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  Kiss forever sealed in a solid glass sphere where neither time nor weather will ever erase it. ...
Surrealism - Painting
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
Roger Calle: 'Illumination Within', 2004 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  A study of light as it passes through a glass marble creating a spiritual brightness and an elongated shadow against a white background. ...
Surrealism - Painting
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
Roger Calle: 'The transparency of a Tsunami on the verge of destruction', 2005 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  Deals with the calm before the storm situation relating to a tsunami. Everything is calm and in a short time destroys and eliminates everything in its wake. It is a horrifying experience and I thought it would be more shocking to show the transparency of its approach as oppose to...
Surrealism - Painting
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
Eric Helin: 'Escape   from the series The Escapades of Rare Light', 2006 Neon, Surrealism.  This series is intended to show the capricious and whimsical nature of light produced by the noble gasses: argon and neon. I refer to this as
Surrealism - Neon
12 x 20 inches (30.5 x 50.8 cm)
Tim Tero: 'interior of the exterior', 2006 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  another slightly surreal image based on my desires? ...
Surrealism - Painting
60 x 54 inches (152.4 x 137.2 cm)
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Hisham Zreiq : 'Lost in the sea of life', 2006 Other, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Other
809 x 732 cm (318.5 x 288.2 inches)
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Debra Lennox: 'Audubon Park Oak Tree', 2004 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  New Orleans was and remains a magical place with psychedelic swirling colors whether at Mardi Gras or in a riverside park.  ...
Surrealism - Painting
24 x 40 inches (61.0 x 101.6 cm)
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Elio Pastore: 'L ordine segreto', 2006 Mixed Media, Surrealism.  Mixed media on canvas ...
Surrealism - Mixed Media
60 x 60 cm (23.6 x 23.6 inches)
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    Naomi White - My work reflects moments of becoming: gazing at ourselves in the process of constructing a presence. I am interested in rituals performed in private - of mental, emotional and physical preparation with which to present ourselves to the world. ...

    Werner Hornung - In my work, accident is the nucleus of visual propagation with multidirectional trajectories. Like an unpredictable game where each random move generates a new relational order and a new sub context on the whole. The game only ends when you don't surprise anymore playing it. JD Jarvis wrote in his latest book "Going Digital" about my work: "His images utilize nearly all the manipulation, painting, and digital techniques available. The synthesis of tools, process and styles shows the way to an expressive and versatile new way to make art." ...

    Oleg Tarasov - My path to pinhole has been long. I had been photographing for 20 years, trying to make photos that embodied the beauty of the world. Sometimes I was successful, sometimes not, but I didn't feel fully engaged in my photography. I felt that I wanted to make meaningful photographs, so I began to really work at it. I shot hundreds of rolls of film and made thousands of digital exposures. I did what thousands of other photographers have done and made photographs like thousands of others . But that's not what I wanted. So I came to pinhole. Pinhole is my way to show the true condition of the natural world, unsteady and uncertain, illusory and ephemeral. Just as when we are immersed in a stream, we do not notice the individual drops of water - we feel "water". Over time, we do begin to notice distinct currents in the larger stream. My pinhole photography is an attempt to communicate the entirety of my surroundings - not as separate parts, but as that flowing wholeness. ...

    Yulia Korneva - When after the midnight the lights and shadows are mixed up in sleepless eyes it is time for me to create the instant pictures of the world between the dream, nightmare and reality. My name is Yulia A. Korneva and everything I create is my way to express what I saw and feel. Even the portraits for me are a way to see something more then a photo made with pencil or oil colours. I find very interesting the posthumous or revival portraits when sometimes I have to assemble the expression, colours and background from different photographs. I was born to Moscow (URSS) in 1981, my grandfather was a painter. I started drawing to surprise my classmates and soon I could not imagine my life without creating something. My first work was the illustration for book of poems "August" (Indipendent publisher; Moscow; Russia) written by Nadezda Korneva in 2000. My first personal exhibition took place in 2004 in Turin, Italy. Now I artist, mother and I also make another job for living, but I hope to have one day more time to dedicate to creation....

    Satu Laurel - Sublime and the search of beauty are the main starting points of my paintings. Traditional techniques serve that idea. There is also a hint of mystical, unanswered questions and secrets. Paintings are driven from psychology and unaware, hidden thoughts. Christian themes like Creation and human-God relationship interests me. Contradictions and paradoxes are fascinating. Ugly can be seen as beautiful and old gives a birth to a young. Letting go from the usual gives freedom to see more than the present moment....

    Dirk Bosschaert - "An artist is aware he's living his life from two dimensions: from the dimension of his own temporary individuality on the one hand, from the dimension to be a split second of eternity on the other...This opposition keeps on inspiring me..." ...

    Lynette Vought - I heard a writer say once that how we experience life is an illusion and that the purpose of art is to uncover reality. Indeed, reality seems quite like a set of unturned cards, and I'm not sure we can define it until after our hand has been played. The best solution I have found is to fray the edges of the illusion a bit by bending the laws that everyone knows. In my work people can fly, plants and people merge, women wear snorkels while making love. For me, these images hint at reality, opening a back door to the underlying truth of what I see and experience. By rendering things in a magical light, the illusion starts to give way to the real in the same way that madness sometimes serves to define sanity. Formally, my work is much more practical. I make paintings, drawings and intaglio prints based on my drawings. The prints are a mixture of old and new processes; instead of etching the plates in acid, my prints are made with photosensitive plates. I enjoy the control this process gives me over the final image. Thank you for visiting my site! --Lynette Vought ...

    Gabriela Cristu - Artist name: GABRIELA CRISTU. " The Theme of the Human Being, full of contradictions, passions and sensuality, with his struggles and his anguishes but with sublime creative powers as well has preoccupied me in my whole artistic activity. Aiming at expressing states of mind and feelings, a whole world of other creatures accompany the image of the human being in my tapestries, transforming everythings into genuine stories which, similar to" The Book of Sand" by Borges, get other meaning at every new reading. Imagery and Metamorphosis.( ) ". Gabriela Cristu. Education : 1966 - " Vintila Bratianu " primary school, Stefanesti ( district of Arges). 1969 - "N.Tonitza" Fine Arts College, Bucharest, Romania. 1973 - MFA of "N.Grigorescu" Fine Arts Academy, Bucharest. 1973 - 1974 -Specialized as part of the Academy of Fine Arts, Bucharest. Membership: 1980 - UAP -Union of Romanian Artists. 1991 - ARELIS - French Association of Tapestry,Paris,France. 1992 - Admissed as a member of the "Salon d'Automne", Paris. 2004 - ETF-European Tapestry Forum, Denmark. Works in collections: Muzeul Florean, Baia Mare, Romania. Loteria Romana, Bucharest, Romania. Ildiko Dobranyi Foundation, Budapest, Hungary. Romania,Egypt,France, USA, Yugoslavia. 1977 up to now,she has been taking part in several national exhibitions in Romania. One-man exhibitions: 1978 - "Hanul ...

    Roy Villalobos - As a self didactic artist I find in art the way of bringing to light the deepest feelings of the spirit and soul. Art is a cleansing process that exposes the weaknesses and strengths that reside within me. I believe noble gifts come from a divine source. Thus I leave my subconscious to guide me through the creation of surrealistic metamorphic human figures. These figures become a reflection of personal experiences lived with all my relations who are searching for the muse that will bring about balance. Oil and acrylics guide my journey on the canvas. I do allow myself to be lead through pastels, water colors and mixed-media to create 3 dimensional sculptures....

    Roger Calle - Spheres, clear and colored glass marbles, emerge in my creative works and are objects of my predilection. They have transparency, the capacity to hold light or reflect it and the ability to enclose objects. Checkered tiles bestow perspective and space which brings recollections of my short rearing in Cuba. Stained glass (vitrales) is individually designed and the study of the light and reflections that emerge from it engage me in each painting. My favorite medium is oils which allow reworking and glazing. A painting starts out with a thought or concept which I instantly sketch out. As I commence developing further sketches I study visual and written reference material for symbols, architectural structures and integrated objects. Composition is significant and I unconsciously find myself applying the mathematical ratio of the Golden Section in order to achieve balance and direction. Prior to transferring the final sketch to canvas I usually arrange the colors and the areas of lights and darks. It is then that I concentrate on the method of applying paint and the spontaneity of each brushstroke. My vocation as an illustrator taught me the art of visual storytelling which I currently apply to communicate my personal life experiences in ...

    Eric Helin - The work of the Cubists made a strong impression on me at a very young age. I often use a Cubist approach when I manipulate space. I artificially restrict depth in my works, by forcing my designs into the confines of a two dimensional plane which flattens and distorts depth. The results of this can be seen in pieces like my table "Watercourse." The outre, exotic and unusual have always fascinated me. Consequently, aspects of the Avant-Garde and Surrealism have also significantly influenced my work, though ultimately my work is defined by Concrescentism. The Concrescentist approach allows me to re-interpret traditional elements or designs by applying operative techniques derived from various art movements. This alters any original element in such a way that it results in hybrid decorative motifs or forms. My own "maleness" is another underlying component in my artistic expression. I'm captivated by the sleekness, grace, and angularity of the male form which seems very consistent with my own designs. This masculine disposition is expressed in well defined lines and carefully delineated geometric forms. It also adds an industrial dimension that issues in precisely structured pieces like "Smokestack," or in tables with bridge-like qualities...

    Tim Tero - i began painting after taking some painting courses w/ jon imber at the museum of fine arts school. jon imbers teacher back in the day was phillip guston. i am currently starting a series of paintings based images from the tokyo metro. i am obviously influenced heavly by contemporary japanese culture. but, also there are many contemporary painters, such as neo rauch and ena swansea that i'm very inspired by. film, espesially asian cinema has also been a big influence. more later......

    Hisham Zreiq - My art is a private perspective on life, private pains and disappointments, society, Death and a philosophical look at life. Death is the source for creation and the motor of life. Crucifixion a symbol for pain, pain caused by social, political and religious systems. I think that art is another way to communicate, to express my ideas , for me art should have a message of a sort. This is the way I saw art when I was a little boy trying to express his Ideas with simple drawings, and this is the way I see art when working on my digital art or writing poetry today. Some times I ask myself, if we can reach people through "reason"! but I think its better to get to people's hearts through emotions, through ART, and from there we might get to their reason. Or maybe use extremes in art - and that is what I usually try - in order to make people think and ponder after their emotions become tens. Then their analyses might bring with it reasoning. ...

    Debra Lennox - My latest work explores the vibrant use of pure colors & composition to express an intangible, surreal quality of a place. Light, color and form combine to push the figurative subject into the realm of dreams, capturing a moment in between the frenzied pace of modern life, when time slows and we become open to other, magical and spiritual influences on our lives. I am a painter in many mediums * watercolor, acrylic, & oils, and collage. I live in Comptche, California, and travel often for inspiration. I use my architectural degree as a designer and draftsman on the Mendocino Coast. I am a member at the Artists' Co-op of Mendocino, where I sell original works, laser prints and art cards. My work can be viewed at dblennox.com or artgallerymendocino.com...