Surrealist / Post-Surrealist Style Painting

These painting are not all necessarily from the original surrealist painters, but the surrealist style is used in all of the paintings shown in the gallery. These Paintings use the style of Surrealism which always effectively sparks thoughts in the minds of its viewers. 

This painting is a depiction of the mythological Thracian musician Orpheus on stage in his native land. It also shows the type of architecture present at that time shown on his abdomen.
As the figure of an archaeologist sits in a corner one can assume what he is reflecting upon by the depiction of classical Greek architecture in his torso.
Given the time period and the title one can assume Tanguy had mixed emotions about creating things of beauty without them being destroyed.
The artist clearly admired Luther Burbank and his work with botany and horticulture. It makes a statement about all life originating from death. The subject is a tree which is what he studied.
This painting depicts the pain and transformation the artist went through during her pregnancy. It shows the thoughts going through her head while she was in the hospital.
The painting shows a figure of a mountain with a shape of a woman that has been cut out of the back drop. It has an overall sinister feel to it reflecting the raw emotion of the artist.
This is a picture that shows the artists view of a baby bird and some bugs. It can easily help one remember that the way we perceive things is not always reality.
This is a painting of a mountain in Australia. The picture is put together with human body parts in what is meant to be a somewhat disturbing manner.
The feeling of this paintings is easily felt. The texture and color of this mountain say all there is to say about this painting. Its beauty is not something that needs too much thought to see.
This painting brings out painful feelings dealing with the end of relationships and how many times when they have concluded one or both parties feel unwhole.
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