Introduction
John Rutherford Armstrong (14 November 1893 – 19 May 1973) was a British artist and muralist who also designed for film and theatre productions. He is most notable for the Surrealist paintings he produced.
Wikidata
Q19325186
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Introduction
Known particularly for his evocative dreamscapes and metaphoric works of the 1930s. Armstrong had a considerable influence on the British Surrealist painters, however, he denied a connection with Andre Breton's Surrealist group; his works do not have the same Freudian overtones, in contrast to Dali's works.
Nationalities
British, English
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Oil Painter, Genre Artist, Painter, Still Life Artist
Names
John Armstrong, John II Armstrong, John Armstrong II
Ulan
500027012
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