Dada and surrealist art [by] William S. Rubin.


New York, H.N. Abrams [1968] .

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George Washington
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Subjects Dada.
Dadaism.
Dadaismus.
Dadaïsme.
Kunst.
Surrealism.
Surrealisme.
Surrealismus.
Surréalisme.
Description 525 pages illustrations (some color), portraits 31 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 492-512).
Contents pt. 1. Dada: The Dada spirit -- The Dada personality -- Dada and art -- A post-cubist morphology -- The paintings of Marcel Duchamp -- Duchamp beyond painting -- The paintings of Francis Picabia -- Dada in New York; Picabia, Duchamp, and Man Ray -- The Cabaret Voltaire and Zurich Dada -- Jean Arp; the Dada years -- Berlin Dada and the beginnings of the movement in Germany -- dadamax Ernst in Cologne -- Kurt Schwitters in Hanover -- part 2. The background of surrealist painting: From Dada to surrealism in Paris -- The problem of fantasy art -- Moreau -- Redon -- Henri Rousseau -- Seurat and Gauguin -- De Chirico -- The proto-surrealism of Max Ernst (1921-24) -- part 3. The heroic period of surrealist painting (1924-29): The affiliation of the painters -- Joan Miro (1917-29) -- Andre Masson (1923-29) -- Max Ernst (1925-29) -- The resurgence of illusionism; Tanguy and Magritte -- part 4. The surrealism of the thirties: Crisis redirection in the movement -- Salvadore Dali -- Surrealist sculpture; Giacometti, Arp, and Ernst -- Surrealist objects -- Picasso and surrealism -- The new adherents and pioneers during the thirties -- part 5. Surrealism in exile: An immigrant movement -- Matta -- Other surrealist painters in exile -- Arshile Gorky; surrealism and the new American painting -- Epilogue -- Chronology.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)47752
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Rubin, William, 1927-2006.
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