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  1. Une Semaine De Bonte: A Surrealistic Novel in Collage by Max Ernst, 1976-06-01
  2. Max Ernst and Alchemy : A Magician in Search of Myth (Surrealist by M. E. Warlick, 2001-03
  3. Max Ernst, 1891-1976: Beyond Painting (Taschen Basic Art) by Ulrich Bischoff, 2004-03-01
  4. Max Ernst: A Retrospective (Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications)
  5. Beyond Painting: And Other Writings by the Artist and His Friends (Solar Art Directives 4) by Max Ernst, 2009-06-01
  6. Max Ernst (Basic Art) by Ulrich Bischoff, 1994-02-01
  7. Max Ernst: Dream and Revolution by Werner Spies, Iris Muller-Westermann, et all 2009-02-01
  8. Ernst Cameo (Great Modern Masters) by Jose Maria Faerna, 1997-09-01
  9. Max Ernst Collages: The Invention of the Surrealist Universe by Werner Spies, 1991-04
  10. Max Ernst: Sculptures (Italian Edition) by Max Ernst, 1996-09-02
  11. Max Ernst by Edward Quinn, 1998-05
  12. Max Ernst: Life and Work by Werner Spies, 2006-05-15
  13. Max Ernst, Life And Work by John Russell, 1960
  14. Max Ernst-Loplop: The Artist in the Third Person by Werner Spies, 1983-08

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Max Ernst Germanborn French Dadaist/Surrealist Painter, 1891-1976 Guide to pictures of works by Max Ernst in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.

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3. Max Ernst Biography | Art Reproductions | Galerie Dada
Max Ernst Biography. Galerie Dada sells hand painted art reproductions of oil paintings by Ernst and many other famous artists.
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German painter, sculptor, one of the leading advocates of irrationality in art, and an originator of the Automatism movement of Surrealism. His youthful interests were psychiatry and philosophy, but he abandoned his studies at the University of Bonn for painting.
At the outbreak of World War II, Ernst moved to the United States, where he joined his third wife, the collector and art gallery owner Peggy Guggenheim. After his return to France in 1949, his work became less experimental.
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4. Ernst, Max - École De Paris
A painter of the cole de Paris, born in Br hl, near Cologne, in 1891. He studied philosophy at the University of Bonn from 1909 to 1911. He became interested in the latest works
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6. Max Ernst - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Max Ernst; Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning in 1948 Born April 2, 1891 (189104-02) Br hl, Germany Died April 1, 1976 (aged 84) Paris, France Nationality
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Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning in 1948 Born April 2, 1891
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Paris, France Nationality German Field painting sculpture poetry Movement Dada Surrealism Max Ernst (2 April 1891 – 1 April 1976) was a German painter sculptor graphic artist , and poet. A prolific artist, Ernst is considered to be one of the primary pioneers of the Dada movement and Surrealism
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Ernst was born in Brühl , Germany, near Cologne . In 1909, he enrolled in the University at Bonn to study philosophy but soon abandoned the courses. He began painting that year, but never received any formal artistic training. During World War I he served in the German army , which was a momentous interruption in his career as an artist. He stated in his autobiography, "Max Ernst died the 1st of August, 1914."
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Max Ernst, Ubu Imperator Musee National d'Art Moderne Centre Pompidou Paris, France After the war, filled with new ideas, Ernst, Jean Arp and social activist Alfred Grünwald formed the Cologne, Germany

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9. Max Ernst - Olga's Gallery
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In 1914 Ernst got acquainted with Jean (Hans) Arp , and their lifelong friendship began. With the outburst of the First World War Ernst was conscripted to the army, where he served in the field artillery till the end of the war, never dropping his interest in art. It was during the war, in 1916, when he took part in the "Sturm" exhibition in Berlin. To the same period date his first contacts with Dada artists. Continued... Max Ernst at Artprice To look at auction records, find Ernst's works in upcoming auctions, check price levels and indexes for his works, read his biography and view his signature, access the Artprice database.
Fruit of a Long Experience. 1919. Painted wood relief. 45.7 x 38 cm. Private collection. Family Excursions. c. 1919. Oil on canvas. 36 x 26 cm. Narodni Gallery, Prague, Czechia. Aquis submersus. 1920. Tempera, goache, ink, pencil, collage on paper. 31.2 x 22.2 cm. Private collection. Untitled. 1920. Gouache, Chinese ink and pencil on cardboard. 30 x 25 cm. Private collection. The Small Fistule That Says Tic Tac / La petite fistule lacrimale qui dit tic tac.

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(b After serving in the German army during World War I, Ernst was converted to Dada q.v. ), a nihilistic art movement, and formed a group of Dada artists in Cologne; with the artist-poet Jean Arp, he edited journals and created a scandal by staging a Dada exhibit in a public rest room. More important, however, were his Dada collages and photomontages, such as "Here Everything Is Still Floating" (1920), a startlingly illogical composition made from cutout photographs of insects, fish, and anatomical drawings ingeniously arranged to suggest the multiple identity of the things depicted. In 1922 Ernst moved to Paris, where, two years later, he became a founding member of the Surrealists, a group of artists and writers whose work grew out of fantasies evoked from the unconscious. To stimulate the flow of imagery from his unconscious mind, Ernst began in 1925 to use the techniques of frottage (pencil rubbings of such things as wood grain, fabric, or leaves) and decalcomania (the technique of transferring paint from one surface to another by pressing the two surfaces together). Contemplating the accidental patterns and textures resulting from these techniques, he allowed free association to suggest images he subsequently used in a series of drawings ("Histoire naturelle," 1926) and in many paintings such as "The Great Forest" (1927) and "The Temptation of St. Anthony" (1945). These vast, swamplike landscapes stem ultimately from the tradition of nature mysticism of the German Romantics.

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12. Ernst, Max - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Ernst, Max
Ernst, Max (1891–1976) German artist, a major figure in Dada and then surrealism. He worked in France 1922–38 and in the USA from 1941. He experimented with collage, photomontage, Max

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However great a disaster World War II was, it did at least mean that artists such as Piet Mondrian and Max Ernst, in leaving Europe for the safety of the USA, greatly extended their
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However great a disaster World War II was, it did at least mean that artists such as Piet Mondrian and Max Ernst, in leaving Europe for the safety of the USA, greatly extended their artistic influence. It is impossible to estimate how much they affected American art, but the fact remains that in the 1940s and '50s, for the first time, American artists became internationally important with their new vision and new artistic vocabulary, known as Abstract Expressionism. The first public exhibitions of work by the ``New York School'' of artists who were to become known as Abstract Expressionists were held in the mid '40s. Like many other modern movements, Abstract Expressionism does not describe any one particular style, but rather a general attitude; not all the work was abstract, nor was it all expressive. What these artists did have in common were morally loaded themes, often heavyweight and tragic, on a grand scale. In contrast to the themes of social realism and regional life that characterized American art of previous decades, these artists valued, above all, individuality and spontaneous improvisation. They felt ill at ease with conventional subjects and styles, neither of which could adequately convey their new vision. In fact, style as such almost ceased to exist with the Abstract Expressionists, and they drew their inspiration from all directions. The painters who came to be called ``Abstract Expressionists'' shared a similarity of outlook rather than of style an outlook characterized by a spirit of revolt and a belief in freedom of expression. The main exponents of the genre were

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    Max Scheler was born in Munich, Germany, August 22, 1874. His father was Lutheran, his mother orthodox Jewish. As an adolescent, he turned to Catholicism, likely because of its conception of love. Around 1921 he became increasingly non-committal. Scheler studied medicine in Munich and Berlin, philosophy and sociology under W. Dilthey and G. Simmel in 1895. He received his doctorate in 1897, and his associate professorship (habilitation-thesis) in 1899 at the University of Jena. His advisor was Rudolf Eucken, a 1908 Nobel Prize winner for Literature and a correspondent of William James. Throughout his life, Scheler entertained strong interest in the philosophy of American Pragmatism.

15. Ernst, Max - Definition From Longman English Dictionary Online
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Ernst, Max (m ks ĕrnst) 1891–1976, German painter. After World War I, Ernst joined the Dada Dada or Dadaism, international nihilistic movement among European artists and writers, Max

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Max Ernst, artist in many media, remembered primarily for his activities in the Dada period see Hans Arp, Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara Daily Bleed
April 2 1891 Max Ernst was born in Brühl, near Cologne, in the Rhineland. But he was never content with being born like ordinary persons. This is how he described the event in his mythic autobiography:
There is much information on the web about Max Ernst, but a good place to learn how his mind worked, if you can find a copy, is Beyond Painting (The Menil Collection/Prestel, 1993). Collage by SaintMeister James Koehnline
The most extensive documentation of Ernst available on-line in April, 1999, is in Italian, in the Art On Line page. The site is well worth checking out for its selection of Ernst images.
A short biography by Nick Burton can be found at In the town of his birth there is a small museum dedicated solely to Ernst. From time to time there are temporary exhibitions in Brühl that are never seen elsewhere. You can find out about them, if you read German, at

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