Leonora Carrington began painting in the Surrealist style in the 1930’s before moving to Mexico in 1942. There she met and shared a studio with Remedios Varo, a fellow female artist who dealt with the same mystical and occult themes that Carrington was interested in. She also created early feminist paintings that interpreted woman as the center of creativity and nature. Carrington’s work contains religious and mythological symbols, as well as other extraneous elements that compose her unique Surrealist approach.
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