Collection by Maryika Charreteur

Maryika Charreteur
Colonne Morris, Brassaï, 1933


liquidnight: Brassaï Colonne Morris Avenue de l’Observatoire, Paris, 1933 From Brassaï, Paris

Au premier mot limpide, Max Ernst, 1923

Ode to July

Japanese lilies with Turk's Cap lily background.

La poupée, Hans Bellmer, 1936-1949

La chanson de la chair, Max Ernst, 1920

Max Ernst - le chanson de l' chair

le chanson de l` chair de Max Ernst (1891-1976, Germany) | |

La puberté proche ou les pléiades, Max Ernst, 1921

Approacing Puberty or The Pleiads/La Puberté proche... ou Les Pléiades. 1921. Mixed media on paper, mounted on Cardboard. 24.5 x 16.6 cm. Private collection. artworks by Max Ernst Gallery

Portrait d’UBU (personnage d’Alfred Jarry), Dora Maar,  1936

Dora Maar

► Dora Maar, Portrait d’Ubu, 1936 Epreuve aux sels d’argent Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne, Paris Le titre de cette photographie fait référence au Père Ubu, personnage monstrueux du …

Planche à œufs, Jean Arp, 1922

Planche à œufs, Jean Arp, 1922

Renée Jacobi, Jacques-André Boiffard, 1930

Memento Mori.

Jacques-André Boiffard

Deux enfants sont menacés par un rossignol, Max Ernst, 1924

Max Ernst - part 1

This is the first of a two-part post on the works of the German artist Max Ernst. Part one looks at his paintings, part two at the extraordinary collages from his graphic novel Une semaine de bonté. Later I will also have a look at the work of his wife Dorothea Tanning, and that of his son Jimmy Ernst. Max Ernst was born in 1891 in Brühl, Germany, near Cologne. In 1909, he enrolled in the University at Bonn to study philosophy but soon abandoned the course. He began painting that year, never…

Indestructible objet, Man Ray, 1923-1959

Explosante fixe, Man Ray, 1934

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Explosante fixe, Man Ray, 1934

Loup-table, Victor Brauner, 1939-1947

Os “Objectos Incongruentes” mais famosos de… Meret Oppenheim, Man Ray, Salvador Dali e Victor Brauner

© Meret Oppenheim -“Chávena e Prato em Pele “. 1936 © Meret Oppenheim -“Ma Governante”. 1967 © Man Ray -“O Pão Azul”. 1958 © Man Ray -“Prenda”. 1921 …