If you are unable to come to UMMA in person due to illness, quarantine, etc., you can choose a work from this set of surrealist and surrealist-adjacent pieces from the UMMA collection. 
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Copyright
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People

Accession Number
1980/2.235

Title
People

Artist(s)
Carlos Lopez

Object Creation Date
1946

Medium & Support
drypoint on paper

Dimensions
10 in. x 12 13/16 in. ( 25.4 cm x 32.6 cm )

Credit Line
Gift of Professor and Mrs. Gerome Kamrowski

Subject matter
Part of Lopez's later series of work produced after the Second World War, this print shows the distinctly darker view of the world than his previous work. At the same time, the artist was inspired by German Expressionism as the expressive lines and dramatic figures attest in this print. The macabre figures come together in a kind of circus side show.

Primary Object Classification
Print

Collection Area
Modern and Contemporary

Rights
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Keywords
Cuban
Figures
Rosa (genus)
Surrealism
abstraction
acrobats
body armor
congas
donkeys
historical figures
jesters
knights (landholders)
leaf (plant material)
modern and contemporary art
pantsuits

& Author Notes

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