Bizarre

The Bizarre style is closely linked to the Surrealist movement, which was founded in the early 1920s in Paris. The movement emerged as a reaction to the chaos and destruction of the First World War, and sought to visually combine dreams and reality. The resultant works are famous for their juxtapositions of the everyday with the unexpected, creating strange images of distorted objects in unusual landscapes.

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Style
  1. Bizarre 14
  2. Animal / Animalier 8
  3. Figurative Art 5
  4. Victorian 4
  5. Palissy Style 2
  6. Art Nouveau 1
  7. Baroque 1
  8. Belle Époque 1
  9. Birds / Ornithology 1
  10. Floral 1
  11. Rococo 1
  12. Still life 1
Material
  1. Brass 3
  2. Bronze 2
  3. Majolica 2
  4. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 2
  5. Wood 2
  6. Ceramic 1
  7. Iron 1
  8. Painted Wood 1
  9. Paper 1
  10. Patinated Bronze 1
  11. Porcelain 1
  12. Velvet 1
  13. Walnut 1
  14. Watercolour 1
Colour
  1. Brown 8
  2. Gold 5
  3. Green 3
  4. Metallic 2
  5. Multi-coloured 2
  6. Red 2
  7. White 2
  8. Black 1
  9. Blue 1
  10. Cream 1
  11. Orange 1
  12. Pink 1
Country Of Origin
  1. English 5
  2. Austrian 2
  3. French 2
  4. Portuguese 2
  5. Continental 1
  6. German 1
  7. Italian 1
Period
  1. Late 19th Century 8
  2. 19th Century 4
  3. Early 20th Century 1
  4. 20th Century 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Mafra, Manuel Cipriano Gomes (Portuguese, 1829-1905) 2
  2. Bergman, Franz Xaver (Austrian, 1861-1936) 1
  3. Birch, Simon (British, active mid 20th Century) 1
  4. Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (German, founded 1710) 1