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Framed Swans Reflecting Elephants, c.1937
Swans Reflecting Elephants, c.1937
by Salvador Dali
35" x 26" Frame
 
Price: $288.99 
Sale: $144.49
Framed Persistence of Memory, c.1931
Persistence of Memory, c.1931
by Salvador Dali
32" x 25" Frame
 
Price: $325.99 
Sale: $162.99
Framed Persistence of Memory, c.1931
Persistence of Memory, c.1931
by Salvador Dali
16" x 13" Frame
 
Price: $162.99 
Sale: $81.49
Framed Carnival of Harlequin
Carnival of Harlequin
by Joan Miro
31" x 24" Frame
 
Price: $272.99 
Sale: $136.49
Framed Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, c.1954
Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, c.1954
by Salvador Dali
16" x 14" Frame
 
Price: $149.99 
Sale: $74.99
Framed Inverted Personages
Inverted Personages
by Joan Miro
27" x 36" Frame
 
Price: $302.99 
Sale: $151.49
Framed Dream, c.1931
Dream, c.1931
by Salvador Dali
14" x 14" Frame
 
Price: $142.99 
Sale: $71.49
Framed And Fix the Hairs of the Star
And Fix the Hairs of the Star
by Joan Miro
32" x 40" Frame
 
Price: $670.99 
Sale: $335.49
Framed Dog Barking at the Moon
Dog Barking at the Moon
by Joan Miro
30" x 26" Frame
 
Price: $265.99 
Sale: $132.99
Framed String Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate, A Second Before Awakening, c.1944
String Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate, A Second Before Awakening, c.1944
by Salvador Dali
14" x 16" Frame
 
Price: $151.99 
Sale: $75.99
Framed Impressions of Africa, c.1938
Impressions of Africa, c.1938
by Salvador Dali
21" x 18" Frame
 
Price: $177.99 
Sale: $88.99
Framed Birth of Liquid Desires, c.1932
Birth of Liquid Desires, c.1932
by Salvador Dali
32" x 29" Frame
 
Price: $614.99 
Sale: $307.49
Framed Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man, c.1943
Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man, c.1943
by Salvador Dali
15" x 14" Frame
 
Price: $147.99 
Sale: $73.99
Framed Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach, c.1938
Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach, c.1938
by Salvador Dali
21" x 18" Frame
 
Price: $177.99 
Sale: $88.99
Framed and Fix the Hairs of the Star
and Fix the Hairs of the Star
by Joan Miro
22" x 26" Frame
 
Price: $253.99 
Sale: $126.99
Framed Configuration
Configuration
by Jean Arp
25" x 31" Frame
 
Price: $274.99 
Sale: $137.49
Framed Colored Design For The Central Hall Of A University, 1923
Colored Design For The Central Hall Of A University, 1923
by Theo van Doesburg
35" x 19" Frame
+ More Sizes
Price: $269.99 
Sale: $134.99
Framed Flying Geese
Flying Geese
by Max Ernst
30" x 25" Frame
 
Price: $264.99 
Sale: $132.49
Framed Plan For A Bus Station: Design For The First Floor, 1927
Plan For A Bus Station: Design For The First Floor, 1927
by Theo van Doesburg
29" x 18" Frame
+ More Sizes
Price: $229.99 
Sale: $114.99
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Framed Dada Artwork

Dada was a popular artistic movement in Europe and America in the early twentieth century. One of the goals of many pieces of framed dada art was to subvert the viewer’s expectation of what art should look like. Dada was extremely controversial in its time but has gone on to influence later major artistic movements, such as surrealism and pop art.

The early Dada artists began in Zurich in the mid-1910s, and a similar group of artists in New York also worked with a Dada approach around this time. These artists were outraged by the outbreak of World War I and used their framed dada art pieces to express their dissatisfaction with the war and what they considered to be bourgeois culture as a whole. Dada art was a protest against a variety of things in society, and as such was meant to unsettle its audience.
Francis Picabla’s “Portrait d'une jeune fille americaine dans l'etat de nudite” is a great example of early framed dada art pictures. Although the title hints toward a subject of a nude young woman, the actual work looks like an architectural diagram of a piece of machinery that might not even be real. Man Ray (born Emmanuel Radnitzky) used his background as a photographer to create collage pieces like “The Coat-Stand (Porte manteau).”

Although the Dada movement faded after the mid-1920s, it produced some of the twentieth century’s most recognizable art. Marcel Duchamp’s term “anti-art” has gone on to be claimed by many artists after him who which to subvert their viewers’ expectations.
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Framed Guernica
Guernica
by Pablo Picasso
44" x 24"
Price: $370.99
Sale: $185.49
Framed Open Arms Gold
Open Arms Gold
by Avery Tillmon
25" x 25"
Price: $265.99
Sale: $132.99
Framed Composition VII 1913
Composition VII 1913
by Wassily Kandinsky
35" x 26"
Price: $326.99
Sale: $163.49
Framed Harlequin Musician, 1924
Harlequin Musician, 1924
by Pablo Picasso
25" x 31"
Price: $283.99
Sale: $141.99
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