Georges Hugnet

Georges Hugnet. Beach 1933-1936. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Beach 1933-1936. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. The Architect of Magus, 12 November 1935. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. The Architect of Magus, 12 November 1935. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Bra and Girdle, 1961. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Bra and girdle, 1961. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. En Route, one visits the castle, from Eight days at Trébaumec 1934. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. En Route, one visits the castle, from Eight days at Trébaumec 1934. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Young bride 1933-1936. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Young bride 1933-1936. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Angkor-Thom 1930s. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Angkor-Thom 1930s. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Two women 1934. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. Two women 1934. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. My wanderings lead me, from Eight days at Trébaumec 1936. Via clevelandart

Georges Hugnet. My wanderings lead me, from Eight days at Trébaumec 1936. Via clevelandart

Publicités

Victor Brauner

Victor Brauner. Photomontage 1936, illustrant le livre de Saşa Pană The sadism of truth. De gauche à droite René Grevel, Léo Malet, Victor Brauner, Georges Hugnet, Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, Paul Éluard, André Breton, Yves Tanguy, Benjamin Peret, Man Ray, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Jean, Oscar Dominguez, Maurice Henri, and Jack Herold Via jewishnationalmuseum

Victor Brauner. Photomontage 1936, illustrant le livre de Saşa Pană The sadism of truth.De gauche à droite René Grevel, Léo Malet, Victor Brauner, Georges Hugnet, Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, Paul Éluard, André Breton, Yves Tanguy, Benjamin Peret, Man Ray, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Jean, Oscar Dominguez, Maurice Henri, and Jack Herold
Via jewishnationalmuseum