Jimmy Ernst Paintings

Jimmy Ernst (1920–1984) was born in Germany to the Surrealist painter Max Ernst and the art historian, Luise Straus. In 1938, he moved to the United States in order to escape the Nazi regime and acquired work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, NY. Ernst was very involved within the art community of New York and in 1950 he joined the Irascibles group alongside fellow artists Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock. His work falls under both categories of Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism.

Paintings by Jimmy Ernst in Chronological Order:

Surreal V, 1940 Aeroflower, 1942 Paysage, 1942
Surreal, 1942 The Elements, 1942 Biological Discovery, 1944
Abstraction in Green and Black, 1946 See See Rider, 1946 Night Subway, 1948
Science Fiction, 1948 A Time for Fear, 1949 Synapse, 1950
UntitledxUntitled, 1950 White Space, 1951 Animals and Minerals, 1952
Lookscape, 1952 Dialogue II, 1954 , YEAR Stillness, 1956
Untitled, 1957 Landscape with Pinetree, 1958 Southwest Image, 1958
Rimrock, 1960 Recollections and Silence, 1962 Silence at Sharpeville, 1962
Chronicle, 1964 Equations, 1965 Observation VII, 1965
untitled, 1965 Interior and Silence, 1967 Lumiere, 1968
Hieroglyphics, 1969 Moonscape, 1969 Mona Lisa Red, 1970
Oracle, 1971 Twice, 1972 Epilogue, 1974
Exile, 1974 Mona Lisa in Water, 1974 Terra Incognita #10, 1974
Mombosa, 1975 Silent Protest, 1976 Four Days, 1979
Dusklight, 1980 Signifiant Event Note, 1980 Sea of Grass, 1982
Sea of Grass, 1983

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