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Max Ernst

(1891—1976) German artist

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Ernst, Max

Ernst, Max (2 April 1891)   Reference library

The Grove Encyclopedia of American Art

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(b Brühl, nr Cologne, 2 April 1891; d Paris, 1 April 1976),

German painter,

Ernst, Max

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World Encyclopedia

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founder of Cologne Dada (1919), later influential in surrealism. Ernst was a prolific innnovator and developed ways

Ernst, Max

Ernst, Max   Reference library

The Oxford Dictionary of Art (3 ed.)

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(b Brühl, nr. Cologne, 2 Apr. 1891; d Paris, 1 Apr. 1976).

German-born painter, printmaker, collagist, and sculptor who became an American citizen in ...

Ernst, Max

Ernst, Max (1891–1976)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Western Art

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(1891–1976).

German painter, a prominent member of the Surrealist movement. He taught himself to paint while studying philosophy

Ernst, Max

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Who's Who in the Twentieth Century

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German-born painter, who became a French citizen in 1958. He was a leading member of the dada and surrealist movements and developed the technique of frottage....

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