Max Ernst

Max Ernst

(World) Cologne, Germany
Fan account of Max Ernst, a German painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and poet. A prolific artist, Ernst was a primary pioneer of the Dada movement and Surrealism.
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Dada-Gauguin by Max Ernst
A Friends' Reunion by Max Ernst
The Arrival of travellers (Illustration for "The Misfortunes of the Immortals") by Max Ernst
Hat in Hand, Hat on Head by Max Ernst
The Anti-Pope by Max Ernst
A Night of Love by Max Ernst
The Entire City by Max Ernst
The Elephant Celebes by Max Ernst
The Blue Forest by Max Ernst
Forest by Max Ernst
Wizard Woman by Max Ernst
The Great Lover by Max Ernst
Punching Ball or the Immortality of Buonarroti by Max Ernst
Europe after the Rain II by Max Ernst
Illustration to "Mainacht in Vienna", Leo Perutz by Max Ernst
Commonplaces - Frontpiece by Max Ernst
Painting for Young People by Max Ernst
Birth of Zoomorph Couple by Max Ernst
Father Ubu with son by Max Ernst
Untitled (Dada) by Max Ernst
Above the clouds by Max Ernst
Oedipus Rex by Max Ernst
The Giant Snake by Max Ernst
Human Form by Max Ernst
La Ville Entiere by Max Ernst
Europe after the Rain I by Max Ernst
The Obscure Gods by Max Ernst
Surrealism and Painting by Max Ernst
Snow Flowers by Max Ernst
Pleiades by Max Ernst
Flying Horse Garden by Max Ernst
Untitled by Max Ernst
The Harmonious Fagot (Illustration for "The Misfortunes of the Immortals") by Max Ernst
Petrified Forest by Max Ernst
Leaf customs by Max Ernst
Landscape with shells by Max Ernst
Commonplaces - Everyday by Max Ernst
La Dernière Forêt by Max Ernst
The Chinese Nightingale by Max Ernst
Towers by Max Ernst
Gypsy Rose Lee by Max Ernst
Flying geese by Max Ernst
Dancing Owl by Max Ernst
Two Children are Threatened by a Nightingale by Max Ernst
Cormorants by Max Ernst
The Entire City by Max Ernst
Two young nudes by Max Ernst
The dog that craps dog wearing well despite the difficult terrain caused by heavy snow in the woman's throat beautiful song of the flesh by Max Ernst