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Founded in January 2011 by Cătălin Precup, visual artist, Surrealchemy functions as a virtual Kunstkammer collecting and displaying inspirational artworks with an emphasis on surrealism and its legacy and influence today, along with other delights that might catch your eye or tickle your fancy.

Warning: May contain traces of nudity, sexually explicit content, violent or offensive material.
Disclaimer: All materials, unless otherwise specified, were taken from the Internet and are the copyrighted property of their respective creators/owners; proper attribution to the author or source of a work is included. In the event that there is still a problem or error with copyrighted material, the break of the copyright is unintentional and noncommercial and the material will be removed immediately upon presented proof.
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Cut and Contoured Map Portrait by Ed Fairburn

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Tigran Tsitoghdzyan (Armenia) - White Mirror, 2013  Private Collection
Paintings: Oil on Canvas

Karlie Kloss

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by Jason Hetherington


István Lábady

Popeye the Sailor man (The Real Popeyeby Ian Horne


Raison d’etre

© Curtis Eberhardt

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Miki Takahashi

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by Alexander Streltsov


Lea Bradovich

Moth Girl, acrylic gouache on panel

Queen Bee, acrylic gouache on panel

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Haejung Lee

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Self-Portrait - Shvayba


Shvayba - The Matter Of A Thought, 2010         Traditional Arts: Drawings

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Double portrait from Basel’s Dance of Death, by Matthew Merian

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Victor Obsatz - Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, 1953

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