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    Dorothea Tanning

    Dorothea Tanning

    Beyond the Esplanade, "Dorothea Tanning" 1940

    “My work is about leaving the door open to the imagination.” -Dorothea Tanning (1910 – 2012) Sleeping Nude (1954) by Dorothea Tanning. Oil on canvas.

    DOROTHEA TANNING, "CANAPÉ DES JOURS DE PLUIE", 1970 / weed, upholstered wood sofa, wool, ping-pong balls, and cardboard, Philadelphia Museum of Art / "This terribly non-mainstream piece was, more than anything, a challenge to myself, a bet that I made with myself, and only me, that I would give real physical life to a bunch of tweeds and stuffing" -Dorothea Tanning / Artist and poet married Max Ernst, Dorothea Tanning died at 101, last February / Click twice the picture to know more about her

    Dorothea Tanning

    Dorothea Tanning

    Dorothea Tanning

    Dorothea Tanning

    Dorothea Tanning (Interior)

    Dorothea Tanning

    Dorothea Tanning.

    Joseph DeCamp, The Hammock, c. 1895, oil on canvas; 111.8 x 127 cm

    George Stubbs, Zebra, 1763, Oil on canvas, 102.9 x 127.6 cm

    Valentin Serov - Portrait of Princess Olga Orlova (oil on canvas, 1911)

    René Magritte, Le Galet (The Pebble), 1948, Oil on canvas, 100 x 81 cm., Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels© Charly Herscovici, London 2008 / c/o ADAGP, Paris.

    Pieter de Hooch, The Courtyard of a House in Delft, 1658, Oil on canvas, 73.5 x 60 cm

    Dorothea Tanning, 1943

    “Jeux D’Enfants” by Dorothea Tanning.

    Allegorical painting of love attributed to Hans Memling, c.1485–90 via Met Museum

    A loose sheet in English, circa 1962 Photograph: Louise Bourgeois Archive, New York, and the Easton Foundation