Surrealism and abstraction
Various pictorial practices of the surrealists made it possible to completely change the concept of composition and sign-symbolic structure of the painting.
Surrealism is characterized by an addiction to everything bizarre, irrational, not meeting generally accepted standards. The movement itself was heterogeneous, but its main goal was to liberate the creative forces of the subconscious and their supremacy over reason.
However, the forms of expression of these ideas were very different among the surrealists. For example, Dali, with scrupulous accuracy, plausibility , wrote out every detail in his illogical, similar to nightmares, paintings, exacerbating the impression of hallucination or delirium, while Max Ernst worked on canvases as if automatically, turning off his mind, preferring arbitrary images, often turning into abstraction. Jean Miraud, nevertheless, differed from other surrealist painters in the variety and cheerfulness of his canvases.
Surrealism and abstraction make you look at the world around you differently
--composition-- Tango--oil on canvas 80x60cm.
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