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Andre Breton The cultural movement began in Paris in the1920s and spread around the globe. Surrealism's leader was Andre Breton Originally he just wanted writers in his group, he didn’t think that artists could contribute anything. In the end, artists helped make this movement more well known. Andre Breton
This isn’t just a type of painting… Surrealism was a cultural movement The works featured the element of surprise and unexpected scenes…
In Surrealism Reality Meets the Dream World They believed in the fusion of dreams and the imaginary to the real world.
The surrealist had meetings in cafes. They played collaborative drawing games and discussed the theories of Surrealism. This was similar to our switch drawings. The Artists
Artists There were close to 100 artists involved in this movement. Click here to check out some of the artists. Click here Click here Salvador Dali is one of the most famous surrealist artists. Next, you will learn about him and his artwork.
Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí Domènech, Marquis of Pubol or Salvador Felip Jacint Dalí Domènech …or you can call him…
Quick Dali Facts Born in Spain, 1904 1904 Died in 1989. He described his pictures as `hand-painted dream photographs' Apart from painting, Dali's output included sculpture, book illustration, jewelry design, and work for the theatre. Take a look at the following slides, and yes…there will be a quiz after….
The Madonna of Port Lligat Dali often had pieces that were broken up.
The Persistence of Memory This is one of Dali’s most famous art works…
The Temptation of St. Anthony Most of Dali’s works were paintings.
The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory
It is strange but Dali actually became known for having this outrageous ‘stache!
What is the title of this famous piece by Dali? The Persistence of Memory Melting Clocks Melting Things
Which is not a style that Dali experimented with? Bulletist Holography Cubism Surrealism Dadaism Futurism
That is correct, as far as we know. Futurism came along a little after Dali’s time. Visage of War
Dali did use Cubism Objects are broken up, analyzed, and re- assembled in an abstracted form Different viewpoints that represent the subject in a greater context. Shallow space characteristic of cubism.
Dali was famous for using Surrealism A cultural movement that concentrated its anti war politic through a rejection of the prevailing standards in art through anti-art cultural works. anti warartanti-art anti warartanti-art
Dali did Some Work in the Holography Style The science of producing holograms; it is an advanced form of photography that allows an image to be recorded in three dimensions. The science of producing holograms; it is an advanced form of photography that allows an image to be recorded in three dimensions.
Some of Dali’s work was in the style of Dadaism A a cultural movement that concentrated its anti war politic through a rejection of the prevailing standards in art through anti-art cultural works. cultural movement anti warartanti-artcultural movement anti warartanti-art
Bulletism was Something that Dali Used This involves shooting ink at a blank piece of paper. inkpaperinkpaper The artist can then develop images based on what is seen.
Yes, Dali is one of the most famous painters in the world.
Your Assignment Finish your worksheet, including the paragraph. Next, you will be creating a chalk drawing in the style of the surrealist artists. Click here Click here for your rubric and print out a copy of it. Click here