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Yves Tanguy ~ “Through Birds, Through Fire and Not Through Glass”, 1943

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Yves Tanguy ~ “Through Birds, Through Fire and Not Through Glass”, 1943

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Zdzisław Beksiński

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Tomohiro Takagi

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Lee Harvey Roswell

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Lee Harvey Roswell

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Michael Page
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Matt Dangler ~ “Drowning Salvation”

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Matt Dangler ~ “Drowning Salvation”

EPSON Perfection 4490

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Nicoletta Ceccoli

Italian artist Nicoletta Ceccoli uses pastel colors to tell us a story of a melancholy world. Some common themes in her surreal works include loneliness, fear of abandonment, and apprehension about growing up. If her wonderfully whimsical paintings look familiar, you may have seem them in a children’s book. Her work has appeared in over thirty of them around the world. <source>

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Michael Hussar

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Michael Hussar

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Dorothea Tanning ~ “Tension”, 1942

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Dorothea Tanning ~ “Tension”, 1942

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Ernst Fuchs

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Ernst Fuchs