I by Dorothea Tanning, 1986. Color lithograph, 20 ⅜ x 27 ¾ inches.
Donald Kuspit quoted on The Gallery of Surrealism:
I clearly must be a signature piece, in which Tanning signals the continuing wakefulness and alchemical power of her inner eye — the eye which has the power to transform sight into insight, the power to transform whatever it touches into a purely sensuous material that seems the very substance of primary process — and appropriately absolutizes it into a thing in itself, that is, indicates that it is as numinous as her surface.
Dream About a Ring by Václav Švankmajer, 2011
David Tudor and John Cage in Japan, 1962.
I’m actually going to start updating this again.
Dali and Man Ray by Carl van Vechten
Standing Nude with Large Hat (Gertrude Schiele) by Egon Schiele, 1910