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Art-Surrealism, Decalcomania

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Jena Stonehouse

on 13 May 2011

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Transcript of Art-Surrealism, Decalcomania

Decalcomania Examples: The Eye of Silence by Max Ernst Liquid Decalcomania by Otto Rapp Owl Shaman by Tom Ardans The Eye of Silence by Otto Rapp byOscar Dominguez Max Ernst Biography Max Ernst was born on April 2, 1891 in Bruhl. Ernst never recieved any formal artistic training. From 1910-1914 he studied philosophy and psychiatry at Bonn University, and took a deep interest in painting.
In 1922 Ernst followed his friends invination and moved to Paris. That year he also painted A Reunion of Friends.
In 1924 Àndre Breton published the First Surrealist Manifesto. Max Ernst among one of the artists that shared the views and aims of the Surrealists.
Lastly Max died on April 1st 1967 one day before his 85th birthday. The process of transferring pictures or designs printed on specially prepared paper to materials such as glass or metal
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