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1 Surrealism a movement stating that the liberation of our mind and self, can be achieved by exercising the "unconscious mind"

2 Marc Chagal Paris through the window 1913

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4 Marc Chagall, Birthday (L'Anniversaire), 1915Birthday (L'Anniversaire)

5 Joan Miró, L'objet du couchant (Sleeping Object), summer L'objet du couchant (Sleeping Object)

6 Joan Miró, Women and Bird in the Moonlight, 1949, oil on canvas,Women and Bird in the Moonlightoilcanvas

7 André Masson (French, ), Ibdes in Aragon, 1935Ibdes in Aragon

8 André Masson, The Red Lands and the Montagne Sainte Victoire, 1948The Red Lands and the Montagne Sainte Victoire

9 André Masson, Kitchen-maids, 1961Kitchen-maids

10 M.C. (Maurits Cornelis) Escher (Dutch, ), Drawing Hands, 1948Drawing Hands

11 René Magritte (French, ), Man with a Newspaper, 1928Man with a Newspaper

12 René Magritte, The Reckless Sleeper, 1928, oil on canvas,The Reckless Sleeperoilcanvas

13 René Magritte, The Treachery [or Treason] of Images, The Treachery [or Treason] of Images

14 René Magritte, The Annunciation, 1930The Annunciation

15 René Magritte, The Future of Statues, 1937The Future of Statues

16 René Magritte, The Age of Enlightenment, oil on canvas.The Age of Enlightenmentoilcanvas

17 Yves Tanguy (French-American, ), Reply to Red, 1943,Reply to Red

18 Yves Tanguy, Through Birds, Through Fire and Not Through Glass, 1943Through Birds, Through Fire and Not Through Glass

19 Salvador Dalí (Spanish, ; active in Paris and New York), Lugubrious Game, 1929Lugubrious Game

20 Salvador Dalí, Remorse or Sphinx Embedded in the Sand, 1931RemorseSphinx Embedded in the Sand

21 Salvador Dalí, Untitled (Petit Theâtre), 1934Untitled (Petit Theâtre)

22 Salvador Dalí, Lobster Telephone, 1936,Lobster Telephone

23 Salvador Dalí, Metamorphosis of Narcissus, 1937Metamorphosis of Narcissus

24 Salvador Dalí, Portrait of Juan de Pareja, the Assistant to Valezquez, 1960Portrait of Juan de Pareja, the Assistant to Valezquez


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