Illustration with detail from Ecritures by Max Ernst, Gallimard, 1970 (collection Le Point du Jour)

Via Au carrefour étrange




Untitled by Zdzisław Beksiński, 2002
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Untitled by Zdzisław Beksiński, 2002

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Sin título (ciencia ficción) by Marina Núñez, 2000

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Louise Bourgeois, Spider, 1948-2005

Illustrations from Ode à ma mère and He Disappeared Into Complete Silence



frenchtwist:

La jeune fille et la morte by Raymond Douillet
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La jeune fille et la morte by Raymond Douillet



waliszewska:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb6LUwQm8vw

waliszewska:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb6LUwQm8vw




Illustration by Camille Josso for Paul Valéry’s Fragments du Narcisse
Via Au carrefour étrange

Illustration by Camille Josso for Paul Valéry’s Fragments du Narcisse

Via Au carrefour étrange




Death in the Alley by Jaroslav Panuška, 1900

Death in the Alley by Jaroslav Panuška, 1900




regardintemporel:

Max Bucaille - Le Messager boiteux de Paris, 1950

regardintemporel:

Max Bucaille - Le Messager boiteux de Paris, 1950




darksilenceinsuburbia, repulsion66:

José Barrias
Ciclo: Vestígios -

repulsion66:

José Barrias

Ciclo: Vestígios -




kirgiakos, nearlya:

Romain Cadilhon.. Sans titre (d’après Rodin), charcoal on paper. 2014

nearlya:

Romain Cadilhon.. Sans titre (d’après Rodin), charcoal on paper. 2014




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Sketch of deer with measurements / Fawn at rest by Antoine-Louis Barye, 19th century

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50watts:

František Kobliha, 1911, woodcut illustrations for “May" by Karel Hynek Mácha, via grapheion.cz




The Court of the Dragon 7 from Une Semaine de Bonté (A Week of Kindness) by Max Ernst, 1934
Troisième cahier (Book Three) - Mardi (Tuesday) - Le feu (Fire)

The Court of the Dragon 7 from Une Semaine de Bonté (A Week of Kindness) by Max Ernst, 1934

Troisième cahier (Book Three) - Mardi (Tuesday) - Le feu (Fire)




Unica (The Eye Vulva) by Hans Bellmer, 1963
"A man in love with a woman and himself… is in a peculiar hermaphroditic interconnection between the male and female principles in which the female structure predominates. What is always vital is that the image of a woman must have been ‘lived’ (experienced) by the man in his own body before it can be ‘seen’ by the man."
— Hans Bellmer, Small Treatise of Physical Unconscious on the Anatomy of the Image
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Unica (The Eye Vulva) by Hans Bellmer, 1963

"A man in love with a woman and himself… is in a peculiar hermaphroditic interconnection between the male and female principles in which the female structure predominates. What is always vital is that the image of a woman must have been ‘lived’ (experienced) by the man in his own body before it can be ‘seen’ by the man."

— Hans Bellmer, Small Treatise of Physical Unconscious on the Anatomy of the Image

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