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Questions for Surrealism

(Please copy the following questions to a word document – save in your h: as Surrealism Project in your Art folder)

Questions 1 and 2 will be worked on in the first two theory lessons and will be due the following week Questions 3 will be worked on in the third and fourth art lesson and will be due the following week.

PAY ATTENTION
(submit a copy or print of the EVERY piece of art work you discuss.)

(Each piece of art work should have - name of artist, title of work, year it was created, and medium).

Separate the questions and position the answer in between each

Include a Bibliography for all FOUR questions AND ART WORK
Find and include a photograph of Dali to see how accurate his Salvador Dali. self-portrait is. Soft Self-portrait with Fried Bacon

1941
Oil on Canvas
61 x 50.8 cm

Include Dali’s Soft Self-portrait with Fried Bacon and labeling.

Include the photo and the web address.

https://www.google.com.au/search?q=salvador+dali&safe=active&client=safari&hl=en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=acCJUdPiBKSQiQfJ_YDYAw&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1024&bih=672#biv=i%7C41%3Bd%7Cq989NhmuYBTuUM%3A

Write a statement about how accurate the self-portrait is. (approx 50 words)

Salvador Dali's self portrait is in some ways similar and in other ways completely different to his photograph. The self portrait of Salvador Dali has some of the same facial features as Dali himself,eg mouth, chin, eyebrows, mustache and nose. Salvador Dali's portrait is much like a mask because it isn't fixed to a figure or head, something you would see in a dream and it gives the impression that his face is being poured onto the canvas.

2. Compare Dali’s Soft Self-portrait with Fried Bacon to a self- portrait painted by another artist.
Include Dali’s Soft Self-portrait with Fried Bacon and labeling. Soft Self-portrait with Fried Bacon...
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