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Ettore Aldo Del Vigo’s Stunning Surrealistic Paintings

When viewing Ettore Aldo Del Vigo’s paintings one cannot help but think of quintessential Surrealist artists such as Salvador Dali or Max Ernst and their powerful influence on the Italian artist. The heavy symbolism of eggs, vast open landscapes, and the headless or limbless figures are depicted in a stunning and masterful way. The revolutionary art movement of Surrealism was started in the 1920s by forward thinkers such as André Breton. Along with painting and visual arts this pivotal art movement translated into many creative mediums such as poetry, writing, film, and music. See more of Ettore Aldo Del Vigo’s beautiful Surrealistic paintings after the jump!

When viewing Ettore Aldo Del Vigo’s paintings one cannot help but think of quintessential Surrealist artists such as Salvador Dali or Max Ernst and their powerful influence on the Italian artist. The heavy symbolism of eggs, vast open landscapes, and the headless or limbless figures are depicted in a stunning and masterful way. The revolutionary art movement of Surrealism was started in the 1920s by forward thinkers such as André Breton. Along with painting and visual arts this pivotal art movement translated into many creative mediums such as poetry, writing, film, and music.


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