Frottage

the technique or process of taking a rubbing from an uneven surface to form the basis of a work of art.
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this is a drawing of a cat in the garden
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Max Ernst. Sin título. Fuente: http://www.artnet.com
scissors and combs are laying on the ground next to an image of a bird
a drawing of a tree in the middle of water with a person standing on it
Max Ernst
Barefoot: Max Ernst
this is an image of a drawing in black and white with the sun above it
Max Ernst
Barefoot: Max Ernst
a pencil drawing of a dragonfly resting on a net
Max Ernst
Barefoot: Max Ernst
a drawing of a bird hanging from a tree
Max Ernst
Barefoot: Max Ernst
Max Ernst. Le start du châtaignier (The Chestnut Trees Take-Off) from Histoire Naturelle. 1926.  (Reproduced frottages executed c. 1925). Gustav Klimt, Chinese Art, Traditional Paintings, Chestnut Trees
Max Ernst. The Chestnut Trees Take-Off (Le Start du châtaignier) from Natural History (Histoire naturelle). c. 1925, published 1926 | MoMA
Max Ernst. Le start du châtaignier (The Chestnut Trees Take-Off) from Histoire Naturelle. 1926. (Reproduced frottages executed c. 1925).
an old black and white drawing of a person on a boat
Plas-TIC: 11
Obra de un alumnos del IES Carmen Laffon de Sevilla
an old drawing of a fish on paper
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Obra de un alumnos del IES Carmen Laffon de Sevilla
a drawing of an old wooden structure in the middle of a field with trees growing out of it
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Max Ernst. La Foret Petrifiee
the cover art for an upcoming album, in which there is a dark background with trees and
Max Ernst | The Forest | The Guggenheim Museums and Foundation
Collection Online | Max Ernst. The Forest (La forêt). 1927–28 - Guggenheim Museum