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Finding Resources in Accessit
Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies. Search the Bennies catalogue Accessit for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS.
Surrealist art by
Call Number: 759.066 ALE
Publication Date: 1985
A study of the surrealist movement which traces its development and examines the work and thoughts of its major artists.
Surrealism for kids
Call Number: 700.41163 SUR
Publication Date: 2011
Developed and written and especially for children, and based on a selection of the word and image games once played by the surrealists.
This Is Dalí by
Call Number: 759.6 DAL
Publication Date: 2014
Salvador Dalí is one of the most popular artists in the world, known for his lavish lifestyle, gravity-defying moustache and bizarre art.
Other useful links
How to draw with charcoal
This guide has advice and step-by-step guides for producing charcoal drawings.
Introduction to drawing with charcoal
When it comes to black and white drawing, no other medium is as rich and satisfying as charcoal. The velvety darks and the ability to create loose, gestural marks are what make charcoal so unique. Take a look at the basics of drawing with charcoal.
History of surrealism
A brief history of the Surrealist movement with a few external links to further sources can be found at this site.
The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) has an online exhibition of the paintings and drawings of Paul Klee.
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