Songe de la Fantasie, 1864, Watercolor by Richard Dadd
Drawing for ‘The Perfect Painting’, 1967, Graphite by Carl Andre
Sir Alexander Morison (1779-1866), Alienist (1852). Richard Dadd.
Oil on canvas. National Galleries Scotland.
The as of yet uncracked nut with onlookers - Source: Tate (Richard Dadd, The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke c.1855-64, Tate)
The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke, RICHARD DADD, 1855-1864 (via “El Golpe Maestro del Leñador-Duende” de Richard Dadd, 1855-1864 | mishaelito)
Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Richard Dadd, ‘Sketch to illustrate the Passions: Patriotism’. 1857
"Dadd made this drawing whilst confined to a hospital for the insane, after murdering his father. Two old soldiers are poring over a map of an imaginary place which Dadd called Olabolika. This complex and humorous work has places named after human qualities, and inscriptions referring to his own situation and to ideas that had influenced him."
El pensador vagabundo