To understand the awesomeness of the art movement known as Surrealism, we first need to understand a bit about psychology.

“The Son of Man” by René Magritte (1964)


Seems like no matter how far we move into the future, we keep on coming back to those old Greek guys.

Poseidon, Greek God of the Sea (Image by intographics from Pixabay)


Image by minka2507 from Pixabay

“№6 (Violet, Green, and Red)” by Mark Rothko (1951)


Let’s face it, when most of us look at modern art, we think, “Seriously? That’s art? I could have made that.

“Convergence” by Jackson Pollock, 1952


Serre Road Cemetery №2

“Fountain” by Marcel Duchamp, 1917


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Image by Slava Rus from Pixabay

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