Max Ernst A German Painter, Sculptor, Graphic Artist, and Poet
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Max Ernst (2 April 1891 — 1 April 1976) was a German painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and poet. A prolific artist, Ernst was a primary pioneer of the Dada movement and Surrealism.

Max Ernst Early Artworks

Aquis Submersus (1919)
Trophy, Hypertrophied (1919)
Little Machine Constructed by Minimax Dadamax in Person (1919–1920)
Murdering Airplane (1920)
The Hat Makes the Man (1920)
Celebes (1921)
Oedipus Rex (1922)

Max Ernst First French Period

Pietà or Revolution by Night (1923)
Saint Cecilia (1923)
The Wavering Woman (1923)
Ubu Imperator (1923)
Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale (1924)
Woman, Old Man and Flower (1924)
Paris Dream (1924–25)
The Blessed Virgin Chastises the Infant Jesus Before Three Witnesses: A.B., P.E. and the Artist (1926)
Forest series, e.g. Forest and Dove (1927), The Wood (1927)
Loplop series, e.g. Loplop Introduces Loplop (1930), Loplop Introduces a Young Girl (1930)
City series, e.g. Petrified City (1933), Entire City (1935–36, two versions)
Garden Aeroplane Trap series (1935–36)
The Joy of Living (1936)
The Fascinating Cypress (1940)
The Robing of the Bride (1940)

Max Ernst American period

Totem and Taboo (1941)
Marlene (1941)
Napoleon in the Wilderness (1941)
Day and Night (1941–42)
The Antipope (1942)
Europe After the Rain II (1940–42)
Surrealism and Painting (1942)
Vox Angelica (1943)
Everyone Here Speaks Latin (1943)
Painting for Young People (1943)
The Eye of Silence (1944)
Dream and Revolution (1945)
The Phases of the Night (1946)
Design In Nature (1947)
Inspired Hill (1950)
Colorado of Medusa, Color-Raft of Medusa (1953)
Second French period [edit]
Mundus est fabula (1959)
The Garden of France (1962)
The Sky Marries the Earth (1964)
The World of the Naive (1965)
Ubu, Father and Son (1966)
Birth of a Galaxy (1969)
“La dernière forêt” (The last forest) (1960–1970)

Max Ernst Collages, lithographs, drawings and illustrations

Fiat modes (1919, portfolio of lithographs)
Illustrations for books by Paul Éluard: Répétitions (1921), Les malheurs des immortels (1922), Au défaut du silence (1925)
Histoire Naturelle (1926, frottage drawings)
La femme 100 têtes (1929, graphic novel)
Rêve d’une petite fille qui voulut entrer au carmel (1930, graphic novel)
Une Semaine de Bonté (1934, graphic novel)
Paramythes (1949, collages with poems)
Illustrations for editions of works by Lewis Carroll: Symbolic Logic (1966, under the title Logique sans peine), The Hunting of the Snark (1968), and Lewis Carrols Wunderhorn (1970, an anthology of texts)
Aux petits agneaux (1971, lithographs)
Paysage marin avec capucin (1972, illustrated book with essays by various authors)
Oiseaux en peril (1975, etchings with aquatint in colors; published posthumously)


Bird (c. 1924)
Oedipus (1934, two versions)
Moonmad (1944)
An Anxious Friend (1944)
Capricorn (1948)
Two and Two Make One (1956)
Immortel (1966–67)