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Fantastic Realism. (1955-1980)

In the middle of the Fifties the surrealist Austrians rub with the psychoanalysis and make their personal analysis, Fantastic Realism was born. Soon called " the school Viennese of fantastic realism " by Johann Muschik, historian of art, fantastic realism seeks to represent the conscious one and the unconscious one as indissociable factors which are expressed together. The " fantasmagorists " create with the imaginary landscapes and while Brauer paints images of a paradisiac world where evolve of the fairy-like creatures, Fuchs and Lehmden exorcisent their apocalyptic visions of the war. Hausner, him, practical the " introspective painting " through which it studies its unconscious. The fabrics point out those of surrealism but the realistic fantastic ones studied the psychoanalysis and made their " personal analysis " This enables them to represent into image their subjective experiments and their visions in a controlled rationalist spirit. This way car of being carried out by painting goes in the direction of self-analysis, recommended by Sigmund Freud, father of the psychoanalysis. This one indeed declares : " the visual thought is closer to the unconscious process than the verbal thought, it precedes it… "