Sunglasses Lake Lucerne Switzerland, 1936 - A moment of surreal glamour from Herbert List, who pioneered what he called ‘fotografia metafisica’ – a style that suggested dream states

Dreams through a lens: masterpieces of surrealist photography – in pictures

Sunglasses Lake Lucerne Switzerland, 1936 - A moment of surreal glamour from Herbert List, who pioneered what he called ‘fotografia metafisica’ – a style that suggested dream states

Athens, Greece, 1937. “Spirit of Lycabettus.” Photographs of mortals, stones and spirits by Herbert List. Haunting, mystical, epic, and sometimes funny. Above, Lycabettus. Above, the shadows of Poseidon’s Temple. Above, Santorini Island, 1937. “The captive fish in its bowl and the open sea symbolize man who, being tied to earth, can never quite break free... Read more »

Herbert List’s Greek Gods and Humans

Athens, Greece, 1937. “Spirit of Lycabettus.” Photographs of mortals, stones and spirits by Herbert List. Haunting, mystical, epic, and sometimes funny. Above, Lycabettus. Above, the shadows of Poseidon’s Temple. Above, Santorini Island, 1937. “The captive fish in its bowl and the open sea symbolize man who, being tied to earth, can never quite break free... Read more »

Athens, Greece, 1937. “Spirit of Lycabettus.” Photographs of mortals, stones and spirits by Herbert List. Haunting, mystical, epic, and sometimes funny. Above, Lycabettus. Above, the shadows of Poseidon’s Temple. Above, Santorini Island, 1937. “The captive fish in its bowl and the open sea symbolize man who, being tied to earth, can never quite break free... Read more »

Herbert List’s Greek Gods and Humans

Athens, Greece, 1937. “Spirit of Lycabettus.” Photographs of mortals, stones and spirits by Herbert List. Haunting, mystical, epic, and sometimes funny. Above, Lycabettus. Above, the shadows of Poseidon’s Temple. Above, Santorini Island, 1937. “The captive fish in its bowl and the open sea symbolize man who, being tied to earth, can never quite break free... Read more »

Herbert List. Germany. Munich. St Heinrich. 1950  [::SemAp FB || SemAp::]

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