Max Ernst by Frederick Sommer (1946)

The photograph titled “Max Ernst” was taken by artist Frederick Sommer in the year 1946. This image is a black and white portrait with a unique and artistic presentation. The subject appears to be a man whose image has been blended or overlaid with textural details, perhaps from wood or a surface, creating a surreal and ghostly effect. The man’s facial expression is intense and thoughtful, with his eyes directly engaging the viewer, evoking an intriguing depth of character and emotion. The blending of textures over his body and the background behind him give the photograph a sense of integration with the environment, characteristic of a style that merges human figures with natural or textural elements.

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