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 André Breton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
André Breton died in 1966 and was interred in the Cimetière des Batignolles in Paris.
André Breton (February 18, 1896 – September 28, 1966) was a French writer, poet, and surrealist theorist.
Breton returned to Paris in 1946, where he continued, until his death, to foster a second group of surrealists in the form of expositions or reviews (, 1961-1965).
www.folsom.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Andr%e9_Breton   (416 words)

  
 3D Fantasy Art Surrealism Pictures: modern neo surrealism paintings
By Breton's admission, however, as well as by the subsequent development of the movement, this was a definition capable of considerable expansion.
Among these were Bohuslav Martinu, Andre Souris, and Edgar Varese, who stated that his work Arcana was drawn from a dream sequence.
In addition to surrealist ideas that are grounded in the ideas of Hegel, Marx and Freud, surrealism is seen by its advocates as being inherently dynamic and is dialectic in its thought.
www.artist-3d.com /01surrealism   (1117 words)

  
 391: manifestos: manifesto of surrealism by andré breton, 1924
391: manifestos: manifesto of surrealism by andré breton, 1924
Aragon, Baron, Boiffard, Breton, Carrive, Crevel, Delteil, Desnos, Eluard, Gérard, Limbour, Malkine, Morise, Naville, Noll, Péret, Picon, Soupault, Vitrac.
They seem to be, up to the present time, the only ones, and there would be no ambiguity about it were it not for the case of Isidore Ducasse, about whom I lack information.
www.391.org /manifestos/1924breton.htm   (10830 words)

  
 Alchemical articles archive
"Poésie et langage aichimique chez André Breton", Mélusine, n08, 1981, p.22.
www.alchemywebsite.com /articles_proj.html   (7847 words)

  
 Surrealist Writers
Concerning Breton's life and work, Conversations (Entretiens, 1952) with André Parinaud and others is a revealing document, as are Anna Balakian's two insightful studies, Surrealism: The Road to the Absolute (1959, 1970, 1986) and André Breton, Magus of Surrealism (1971), and J.H. Matthews' 1967 André Breton.
He was called the Pope of Surrealism (as well as "A Corpse") by his detractors; but more than anyone Breton must be credited with the founding of the surrealist movement and was a life-long champion of the cause.
Though the attention of the fickle art world may have shifted away, Breton continued to expound his vision until his death in 1966, and many others have continued to produce works in the surrealist spirit to the present day.
www.alangullette.com /lit/surreal   (2110 words)

  
 NSnet Store
Aside: How this man earned the trust of Elisa Breton, Andre's widow, to the extent of convincing her to waive the clause in Breton's will stipulating that his personal papers be sealed until fifty years after his death, I shall never understand.
Andre Breton was actually Barnes' contemporary, a little younger, but lived an entirely different life.
It shows André Breton exactly as he was and as he is described in the book.
store.nsnet.com /detail_book.php?asin=374249822   (2110 words)

  
 RA Forum > Magnone, Fabrice
BRETON, André.- "André Breton et le groupe surréaliste" par Fabrice MAGNONE - 1 -
BRETON, André.- "André Breton et le groupe surréaliste" par Fabrice MAGNONE - 2 -
Pourtant les preuves de cet engagement ne manquent ni dans son Å“uvre ni dans sa vie et n’ont pas (...)
raforum.apinc.org /mot.php3?id_mot=1313   (2110 words)

  
 Vol 6 #2
Nicholas Campion Surrealist Cosmology: André Breton and Astrology, pp.
Part 1 of this paper summarises current opinions on the esoteric interests of the surrealists in general and André Breton in particular.
Part 2 includes an interview with Breton on astrology conducted by Jean Carteret and Roger Knare in 1954 and published in the French astrology journal L'Astrologue in 1968, reproduced by permission of André Barbault
www.cultureandcosmos.com /abstracts/vol_6_no_2_suuealist.htm   (90 words)

  
 Surrealismus - Wikipedia
Die vom französischen Schriftsteller und Kritiker André Breton seit 1921 in Paris geführte surrealistische Bewegung suchte die eigene Wirklichkeit des Menschen im Unbewussten und verwertete Rausch- und Traumerlebnisse als Quelle der künstlerischen Eingebung und sie bemühte sich darum, das Bewusstsein und die Wirklichkeit global zu erweitern und alle geltenden Werte umzustürzen.
Nach ihrer Eroberung strebe ich, sicher, sie nicht zu erreichen, zu unbekümmert jedoch um meinen Tod, um nicht zumindest die Freuden eines solchen Besitzes abzuwägen." ( André Breton, in: Das Manifest des Surealismus, Paris 1924)
Größere Bekanntheit erlangte die Bewegung durch das im Jahre 1924 von André Breton veröffentlichte Erste Manifest des Surrealismus sowie durch das Magazin La Révolution Surréaliste („Die surrealistische Revolution“).
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Surrealismus   (90 words)

  
 Andre Masson
Andre Breton, for instance, celebrated the chemistry of the intellect" that marked for him Masson as the painter who understood the full implications of the surrealist project.
A close friend of Andre Breton, Joan Miro and Max Ernst, he joined the Surrealist movement in the early 20s, then disassociated with it in the early 30s, focusing instead on the human condition - the fundamental impulses of love and hatred - and reacting to the Spanish Civil War.
Andre Masson (1896-1987) was one of the major early French Surrealist painters.
www.connectotel.com /masson   (331 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Surrealism
André Breton (February 18, 1896 â&; September 28, 1966) was a French writer, poet, and surrealist theorist.
Andr Breton (February 18, 1896- September 28, 1966) was a French writer, poet, and Surrealist theoretician.
Masson's automatic drawings of 1923, are often used as a convenient point of difference, since these reflect the influence of the idea of the unconscious mind.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Surrealism   (10824 words)

  
 Surréalisme - Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie gratuite et libre
André Breton n'a pas de mots assez forts pour flétrir « l'ignoble mot d'engagement qui sue une servilité dont la poésie et l'art ont horreur.
Le point de départ est, en France, la publication par André Breton, en 1924, du Manifeste du surréalisme, qui donne sa cohérence à l'entreprise.
L'écrivain et collagiste ELT Mesens fut l'ami de René Magritte, les poètes Paul Colinet, Louis Scutenaire et André Souris appartiennent également au courant.
www.belgique.com /encyclopedia/index.php/Surr%c3%a9alisme   (1078 words)

  
 Maldoror and Other Writings
Andr Breton wrote that Maldoror is "the expression of a revelation so complete it seems to exceed human potential." First published in 1869, it belongs alongside other French classics of transgression such as the works of Sade, Baudelaire, and Rimbaud.
André Breton wrote that Maldoror is "the expression of a revelation so complete it seems to exceed human potential." Little is known about its pseudonymous author aside from his real name (Isidore Ducasse), birth in Uruguay (1846), and early death in Paris (1870).
by Comte De Lautreamont, Alexis Lykiard, Lautreamont Chants De M
www.zooscape.com /cgi-bin/maitred/WhitePulp/isbn187897212X   (164 words)

  
 Franklin Rosemont 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF HYSTERIA: CATALOG OF 1978 INTL SURREALIST EXHIBITION
André Breton and the first principles of surrealism : a companion volume to What is surrealism?
ANDRé BRETON AND THE FIRST PRINCIPLES OF SURREALISM : A COMPANION VOLUME TO WHAT IS SURREALISM?
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 France between the Wars 1918-39
Andre Breton publishes Les Champs Magnetiques (Magnetic Fields)
Andre Breton and Georges Bataille launch a new literary revue, Contre-Attaque (Counter attack) with a manifesto titled l'Union de lutte des intellectuels revolutionnaires (The United Struggle of Revolutionary Intellectuals)
Andre Malraux begins filming Sierra de Teruel a tale of the Spanish Civil War based on his novel L'Espoir
worldatwar.net /nations/france/timeline18-39.html   (164 words)

  
 BEDARD-BISSONNETTE
BISSONNETTE, JEAN-BAPTISTE married to Marie Therese Elie Breton 4 Feb., 1726 St.Vallier, Quebec Parents: Pierre & Marie Balan Lacombe Children: Jean-Baptiste, *Marie Louise, Louis, Marie Marguerite, Antoine, Joseph
BISSONNETTE, PIERRE married to Marie Dalone 9 Oct., 1668 Quebec Parents: Jacques & Guillemette Debien Children: Jean, Marie Madeleine, *Pierre, Marie, Anne Francoise, Andre, Jacques
BISSONNETTE, MARIE LOUISE married to Joseph Jolivet 4 Feb., 1754 La Durantaye, Quebec Parents: Jean-Baptiste & Marie Therese Elie Breton Children: *Joseph
community-2.webtv.net /jplb/BEDARDBISSONNETTE/page2.html   (164 words)

  
 Les Corbin d'Amérique/Corbins of Canada-USA - pafg39.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
M.-Louise married J.-Élie Breton son of J.-François Breton and Philomène Vincent on 15.01.1901 in St-Paul-de-la-Croix, Rdl, Qc.
Gérard Corbin ( J.-Armand, William-Adolphe, Joseph, François, Guillaume, François) was born on 22.12.1921 in Québec, Qc.
André married Thérèse Perreault daughter of Wilfrid Perreault and Rose-Emma Lévesque.
webhome.idirect.com /~letanu/corbin/pafg39.htm   (164 words)

  
 HighBeam Research: Library Search: Results
French 02-04-2003 Andr Breton en 1925 Le pote et crivain Yves Bonnefoy a dclar mardi qu'il prenait "avec tristesse" et "un...
Yves Bonnefoy dénonce la vente aux enchères André Breton
www.highbeam.com /library/search.asp?FN=SS&search_newspapers=on&search_magazines=on&q=Bonnefoy%20AND%20Yves&refid=ency_botnm   (164 words)

  
 Reverdy Pierre: 3D View of the Web
Madness: An Attempt to Simulate General Paralysis - English translation of text by André Breton...
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dzieła takich twórców jak: Franz Kafka, Bruno Schulz, Pierre Reverdy, Giorgio de Chirico, Yves Tanguy, Paul Delvaux.
www.resolve3d.com /Arts/Literature/Authors/R/Reverdy,Pierre   (164 words)

  
 Breton, Andre --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - Your gateway to all Britannica has to offer!
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French poet, novelist, and critic André Breton helped found the 20th-century literary and artistic movement known as surrealism.
The movement grew out of Dadaism, an earlier movement whose followers were preoccupied with images and verbal associations from the irrational, subconscious mind.
concise.britannica.com /ebc/article-9357998   (164 words)

  
 Priscilla Juvelis, Inc
Barrault, Jean-Louis, Georges Bataille, Andre Breton et al.
Textes de Jean-Louis Barrault, Georges Bataille, Andre Breton [et al].
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 movies.ca - Breton
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 Andre Breton - associated with surrealism and dada
This website will cover the impact of Andre Breton on the arts community especially related to Dada and Surrealism and the subsequent groups that followed such as the Abstract Expressionist, Minimalist, Concretist, Conceptualist, Letterist, Fluxist, Situationist, Post-Dogmatist and Massurrealist groups not to mention all of the unaffiliated artists around the world.
The main form of communication for the group of artists and others who are sharing knowledge of Andre Breton such as who were his friends, where did he go, what did he do, what was his
The Life of Andre Breton by Mark Polizzotti
andrebreton.org   (253 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Breton
Breton, André (1896-1966), French poet and critic, a leader of the surrealist movement.
Breton, Jules Adolphe Aimé Louis (1827-1906), French painter, considered one of the pioneers of plein air (open-air) painting.
Breton wrote in a variety of different literary genres, including pastoral and religious verse,...
encarta.msn.com /Breton.html   (91 words)

  
 Masson, André Aimé René - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Masson, André Aimé René
He was a leader of the surrealist movement until 1929 when he quarrelled with André Breton.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.
His interest in the unconscious mind led him to experiment with automatic drawing – simple pen-and-ink work – and later textured accretions of pigment, glue, and sand.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Masson,%20Andr%E9%20Aim%E9%20Ren%E9   (138 words)

  
 Andre Masson
Andre Breton, for instance, celebrated the chemistry of the intellect" that marked for him Masson as the painter who understood the full implications of the surrealist project.
Andre Masson (1896-1987) was one of the major early French Surrealist painters.
Masson had especially close relations throughout his life with poets and writers, and they in turn responded to the qualities in his work that spoke to their shared concerns.
www.connectotel.com /masson   (331 words)

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