Yves Tanguy

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United States surrealist painter (born in France) (1900-1955)


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Also featured in the sale are important examples of the Dada, Surrealist and Fluxus movements by ground-breaking artists including Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Yves Tanguy and Nam June Paik.
Galerie Zlotowski, however, found a new client for an untitled Yves Tanguy surrealist gouache on paper from 1940.
She can summon companions as unlikely as Florine Stettheimer and Yves Tanguy, or George Grosz and Elizabeth Peyton, in a single picture.
Two new permanent collection galleries will open in the Searing Wing with 20th Century Abstract Art from the Ringling Collection highlighting works by Franz Kline, Louise Nevelson, Arthur Dove and Yves Tanguy among others all from the vaults of the Museum of Art.
the biomorphism and hyperreal rendering bring to mind Miro (in particular his paintings of the late '30s) and especially Yves Tanguy.
Westermann and Yves Tanguy, Robinson has collected the most provocative and entertaining of his writing in his premier book, "Playground Beyond", which deserves a special place on the bookshelf of anyone who loves to revel in words.
Both visually, in its alternately spindly and swollen lines, and in this particular complex of ideas, Distillation reminds me of Surrealism, of the bloated, distended, unruly forms conceived by such painters as Salvador Dali and Yves Tanguy, and from there of a line of thinking on the grotesque dun leads back to Rabelais.
Pieces by artists such as Vassily Kandinsky, Arthur Dove, Franz Kline, Jules Olitski, Louise Nevelson, Alexander Calder, Yves Tanguy and Frank Stella among others will be on view inviting visitors to explore this modernist paradigm.
These images in particular would be influential to a group of young painters who would become known as Surrealists: Salvador Dali, Yves Tanguy, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte and others.
He was followed by Edward Hopper (USD 12,500,000), Chaim Soutine (GBP 4,500,000), Kees Van Dongen (GBP 4,500,000), Francis Bacon (GBP 4,400,000), Lucian Freud (GBP 3,700,000) and Yves Tanguy (GBP 3,600,000).
Some of the leading Surrealist artists were Giorgio De Chirico, Salvador Dali, Yves Tanguy, Rene Magritte, Joan Miro and Jean Arp.
The extremely theatrical placement of the figures in the space demonstrates the influence of de Chirico, albeit by way of one of his followers, Yves Tanguy.
In the forthcoming highly prestigious auctions organised by Sotheby's and Christie's, the star attractions will be works by big names such as Joan Miro, Yves Tanguy, Pierre Bonnard, Chaim Soutine, Gustave Caillebotte, Lucian Freud, Joseph Vernet, Gino Severini and Gustave Moreau.
Arguably, the show's centerpiece was BLUE AND CREAM TRAVELING LANGUAGE MACHINE, a large freestanding construction that, along with the likes of the wall relief SAVOIRE FAIRE IS EVERYWHERE, seemed convincing evidence that Carter is inspired fairly directly by Joan Miro, Jean Arp, Alexander Calder, and Yves Tanguy.
There he worked with, among others, Andre Masson, Roberto Matta, Max Ernst, and Yves Tanguy.