Star Wars Grand Admiral Thrawn Art History - Surrealism Art Print

Beginning in the early 1920s, surrealism aimed to bridge the gap between dream and reality. Surrealist artists depicted bizarre, dream imagery in fine, realistic detail, often to an unnerving degree. A progression of the dadaist movement, which sought to express the idea of chaos and randomness, surrealism often used visual non sequitur and unexpected imagery as a way to further depict the bizarre and often nonsensical images in dreams.

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