“People under seventy and over seven are very unreliable if they are not cats.”
Leonora Carrington was one of the lesser known figures of the 1930’s Surrealist movement. She was born in the UK but spent most of her life in Mexico and died there in 2011. Leonora Carrington was briefly married to Mexican poet and journalist Renato Leduc. Some of her more famous visual pieces are The Giantess, The Meal of Lord Candlestick, Portrait of Max Ernst, Adieu Ammenotep and The Artist Traveling Incognito.
Doodle Tuesday – Tiburón by Leonora Carrington
Let’s have five days of short stories. We’ll begin today with Leonora Carrington’s The Debutante, a story of a girl and a hyena. “The Debutante”
The Flowering of the Crone, Leonora Carrington, Another Reality
Imma Ramos shares her insight on the fascinatingly surreal Leonora Carrington. This isn’t a great video, but it does have some great close-ups of Carrington’s