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    Fantastic...Fantastic Realism

    http://peintre.beksinski.free.fr/index-800.html

    Go there. You will not be disappointed. One of the greatest painters of the Fantastic Realism genre. Bleeding art, really.

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    holy shit.

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    Some of these paintings remind me of Max Ernst.

    very creepy

    very cool

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    Another interesting artist of the same genre:

    http://www.gric.at/

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    thx alot fate these are fantastic!

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    silly subject matter?...uh right...


    that stuffs way out there man, i wonder what the inspiration could have been behind them

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    that stuffs way out there man, i wonder what the inspiration could have been behind them
    IIRC Beksinski was a Holocaust survivor.
    Anyway, I've always loved his stuff. I wanted to buy a print of one of his pieces a while back but it was well out of my price range.

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    I remember seeing his works some time ago. There was this (must've been fictious) story about him not having the ability to paint such things before a point in time, when he suddenly aquired it, trying to convey what he'd seen in a series of dreams or a coma or something of the sort. I've never thought much of it. Does anyone know if the T 'cross' has any added meaning, or is it just from him alone? Sounds like I'm sharing a ghost story... :eek:

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