The Scientific Methods of Max Ernst: His Use of Scientific Subjects from La Nature

Stokes, Charlotte
September 1980
Art Bulletin;Sep80, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p453
Academic Journal
Discusses the importance of scientific sources in the working methods of Max Ernst as a painter. Paintings of Ernst upon scientific diagrams; Methods established by Ernst in dealing with scientific subjects; Role of Ernst's childhood in his paintings and poetry.


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