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ArteHispanico: To Pablo Picasso (Paul Eluard), Pablo Picasso, 1945, printed 1950

PoetNotRockStar: “you are here For infinity to see.” ― Paul Eluard, “The Kiss”, Selected Poems (trans. Gilbert Bowen)

grougnache: France. Paris. 1952. Funeral of French poet Paul Eluard. Left to right: Elsa Triolet, Louis Aragon, Dominique Eluard and Picasso.

aflashbak: Picnic in Mougins, Summer 1937 - Paul Eluard, Lee Miller, Nusch Eluard, Man Ray, Roland Penrose and Adrienne Fidelin

mary_poetry: On my school books, On my desk and trees, On the sand and snow I write your name. On all pages read, On all white pages, Stone, sand, paper or ashes I write your name. On the jungle and desert, On the nests and gorses, On the echo of my childhood I write your name. Paul Èluard

SanjayG0811: "Hope raises no dust." ~ Paul Eluard (bot)

paulduanefilm: “There is another world, but it’s in this one.” (Paul Eluard) “The world is not what it seems, but it isn’t anything else, either.” (Raymond Queneau)

siona: There is no model for seeking what never been seen. - Paul Éluard

faegyu: the poetry is nice too i think ?? idk tho i have like 2 books of poetry of paul eluard that i got in france but i havent gotten around to read them yet

Surono34098683: Even when we sleep we watch over one another. ~ Paul Eluard

AsquithsAngels: Liberté=a poem written by Paul Éluard. Coopted as a symbol of the Resistance and Poulenc set it as part of his Figure Humaine which premiered after the war.

BebaKron: There is another world, and it is in this one Paul Éluard 14 XII 1895 —18 XI 1952 - The Valkyrie’s Vigil. By Edward Robert Hughes 1851 ― 1914

VLTTangoOpera: I dream of all the beautiful things which walk calmly through the night travelling with the moon. Paul Eluard

_marilenaki: 'Confidence of crystal Between two mirrors At night your eyes are lost To fuse waking to desire' Paul Eluard Nusch Eluard, photo by © Man Ray, 1936

brittaneyelise: I love you against everything which is only illusion. -Paul Éluard

RedTickseed: -Max Ernst meets André Breton and Paul Éluard. Éluard buys two of Ernst's paintings. -Sergei Prokofiev's Ballet "Chout" premieres in Paris to huge success. -Antonio Gramsci is a founding member of "Partito Comunista d'Italia" -Silent Film star Miriam Cooper stars in "Serenade"

en_rossignol: Praise to Max Ernst- Madonna spanking the baby Jesus in front of three witnesses: André Breton, Paul Éluard, and the painter - painting from 1926 The amusements of the Surrealists ... The irony that not everyone * has is made To understand a provocation!

ana19323559: "I look for you beyond the wait Beyond myself And I love you so much that I no longer know Which one of us is absent." - Paul Éluard. Photo 1912 "Nocturne" by Karl Struss,(1886 NYC - 1981)

jpinesavag: “On the images of gold On the weapons of the warriors On the crown of the king I write your name” —Liberte’ Paul Eluard

nieves93747430: We need few words to express the essential; we need all the words to make it real -Paul Éluard- ... Sam Chivers

AudreyGray: The gift I’ve snuggled up with, Paul Éluard by my fav translator. (So similar to his “Thanks,” je le vois!)

AIienor: Paul Eluard but funk blues

AiNewsCurrents: Andre Breton & Paul Eluard - Surrealist Poem -

JeffreyRothsch3: Paul Eluard’s wife, I imagine.

fraveris: ‘Farewell sadness, hello sadness You are inscribed in the lines on the ceiling You are inscribed in the eyes that I love...’ Paul Éluard, A peine défigurée | Ph. Éluard, 1944

chiarajil: There is another world, and it is in this one. paul éluard

Woodywoman: "The wind passes through the dead branches Like my thought in the books, And here I am, speechless, with nothing And my room filled with my open window. " Paul Eluard Vuillard painting

Woodywoman: FREEDOM. "On my school notebooks On my desk and the trees On the snow sand I write your name... ". Paul Éluard was born 125 years ago. Jean-Jacques Bloch tells the story of the poet in this superb portrait from 1977.

mackodome: Paul Eluard was born 125 years ago

Vorfrreude: Dig the earth under your shadow A sheet of water near your breasts Where I can sink Like a stone — Paul Éluard, Being (tr, Gilbert Bowen)

dean_frey: The Surrealists were really good at group photographs, & Paul Éluard shows up in most of the them. Man Ray's c.1924 shot of The Bureau of Surrealist Research. Éluard is 4th from the right, in a group including Raymond Queneau, Andre Breton, Giorgio de Chirico & Louis Aragon

dean_frey: Studio Harcourt had the highest technical standards, but like most studio operations, there was sometimes a certain blandness & lack of individuality. Talented photographers like Raymond Voinquel worked there; I wonder if he might have taken this portrait of Paul Eluard, 1945

dean_frey: Paul Éluard with his wife Nush and the photographer Lee Miller, at his house on the Boulevard de la Chapelle in Paris Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1944

dean_frey: Eileen Agar is front & centre in this Evening Standard photo of the 1st Surrealist Exhibition in London, 1936. Others incude Dali, Paul Eluard & Roland Penrose.

dean_frey: Gala before Salvador Max Ernst, Gala Eluard, Paul Eluard & Ernst's wife Louise Straus Ernst Photo: Keystone-France, Saint Brice, France, c.1924

mkimdorman: In honour of the dumb the blind the deaf Shoulderings of the great black stone The things of time passing simply away -Paul Éluard, from "Second Nature" (tr. by Samuel Beckett)

holdengraber: FREEDOM “On my school notebooks On my desk and the trees On the snow sand I write your name...” Paul Éluard was born 125 years ago. Jean-Jacques Bloch tells the story of the poet in this superb portrait from 1977.

dean_frey: I love this Henri Cartier-Bresson shot of Paul Éluard looking at newly-liberated Paris from his balcony, 1944

CatholicPods: French Surrealist poet Paul Eluard American musician and bandleader Spike Jones

urminaia: BD - Paul Éluard (Dec. 14, 1895 - Nov. 18, 1952). "The curve of your eyes goes around my heart, A round of dance and sweetness, Halo of time, nocturnal and safe cradle, And if I don't know any more all that I've lived through It's because I haven't always been seen by you."

TobiasvRyan: Paul Eluard (trans. Mary Ann Caws)

matthewjdowd: Happy bday French poet Paul Éluard, b. 1895. “On the wakened paths On the opened ways On the scattered places I write your name On the lamp that gives light On the lamp that is drowned On my house reunited I write your name”

DCNATV: Quote "Elephants are contagious." — Paul Eluard (December 14, 1895)

ARTSalamode: Born 12/14: painters Pierre de Chavannes, Francois-Hubert Drouais, writers Aphra Behn, Shirley Jackson, Carolyn Rogers, Amy Hempel, Tove Ditlevsen, Paul Eluard, jazz musicians: sax Cecil Payne, Budd Johnson, Leo Wright, piano Phineas Newborn, trumpet Clark Terry.

ARTSalamode: "All my desires are born of my dreams...I have proven my love w/words. To what fantastic creatures have I entrusted myself, in what dolorous & ravishing world has my imagination enclosed me? I am sure of having been loved in the most mysterious of domains, my own..." Paul Eluard

AngelFerox: Happy Birthday to Paul Eluard... Paul Éluard, (14 December 1895 – 18 November 1952), was a French poet and one of the founders of the surrealist movement.

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to French poet Paul Éluard (December 14, 1895), author of "Paris respirait encore!" (1945) et al.

Tina69911364: "The wind Undecided Rolls a cigarette of air." ~ Paul Éluard Winslow Homer, The West Wind - 1891 -

Tina69911364: Farewell Sadness Hello Sadness You are inscribed in the lines on the ceiling You are inscribed in the eyes that I love. Paul Éluard, Selected Poems

Tina69911364: "I speak to you through the cities I speak to you through the plains My mouth is pressed to your ear Both sides of the wall are facing My voice, which knows you. I speak to you of eternity." Paul Éluard, "Absence"

Nisan_Serap: Nush, Paul Eluard, Ady et Man Ray, 1936 :)

docdvr: Paul Eluard’s wife & muse of Picasso, went on to join French Resistance in WW2 Died of a heart attack in the street 1946

awaisaftab: “There is another world, but it is in this one.” Paul Éluard

coupshancaption: Dominique Present Today, Selected Poems Paul Eluard, translated by Gilbert Bowen

brightergreens: sorry to be me but neon by dpr is to k rnb what union libre of paul eluard is to 20th century french poetry

PourquoiPasToi: If I had to start over I'de meet you all over again without looking for you. (Paul Eluard)

esthergines: “If you put María Teresa into a work of fiction, people would go: ‘Come on!’ Be serious!’ How can one person have such an extraordinarily interesting life and hang out with many of the major intellectuals of the 20th century –  Neruda, Camus, Paul Éluard? 

AnneRockwell13: ~ Despair has no wings, neither does love. ~ Paul Eluard;

BabaJaan8888: Her eyes are always open, And will not let me sleep. Her dreams in broad daylight, Make the suns evaporate... - Paul Èluard.

ushitoshima: Paul Eluard, “Dominique Present Today”, Selected Poems (trans. Gilbert Bowen)

darkenedwindow: To Pablo Picasso (Paul Eluard), Pablo Picasso, 1945, printed 1950

rabihalameddine: Max Ernst – The Virgin Spanking the Christ Child before Three Witnesses: Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, and the Painter, 1926

ArteHispanico: To Pablo Picasso (Paul Eluard), Pablo Picasso, 1945, printed 1950

bellsrosenberg: he was already on thin ice because his wife,,, she left another surrealist (poet paul eluard) FOR dali,,, and it created this like divide ig

dionysous1: The least shift in syntax, tense-perception, would reset the heavens. - Gustaf Sobin The earth is blue like an orange. - Paul Eluard

rumiesque: On the absence without desire On the bare solitude On the steps of death I write your name. (...) And by the power of a word I start my life again I was born to know you To name you Freedom. ~ Liberté” By Paul Eluard~

MariamTheFirst1: “There is another world, but it is inside this one” -Paul Éluard

prosepoems: Seen several famous poets give social media lessons on how metaphors work recently & that's fine but imo nothing's as illuminating as Paul Eluard just saying "the earth is blue like an orange"

cschachner: Stairs of the eye Through the bars of forms A perpetual stairway Repose which does not exist One of the steps is hidden by a cloud Another by a big knife Another by a tree which unrolls Like a carpet Without gestures ... Paul Éluard »René Magritte«

gondomaralori: No recanto segredo: Fresh Air / Air Vif. . Paul Eluard. 1895 - ...

PeakePoetics: There is another world, and it is in this one -Paul Éluard

FINALED: Hope by Paul Eluard.

supamodu: FROM FRANCE: Paul Éluard, the surrealist poet, committed communist and fighter against Nazism, and the man who gave Gala,—his first wife,—her nickname, died 68 years ago today. He saw more than most of us can imagine.

notmirande: "(...) In your eyes who reveal to us Our endless solitude Are no longer what they thought themselves to be You cannot be known Better than I know you.” ― Paul Eluard

khodeyassaman: I love you for your wisdom Which is not mine You are the great sun which makes me drunk, when I am sure of me. [Je t’aime - Paul Eluard]

lacallada_: I said it to you for your thoughts for your words Every caress every trust survives. —Paul Éluard

RipleyofAlbion: There is another world, but it is in this one. Paul Éluard

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2006Giuliana: From left to right: Tristan Tzara, Paul Éluard, André Breton, Hans Arp, Salvador Dalí, Yves Tanguy, Max Ernst, René Crevel and Man Ray, in 1933. I would say a good team ... (then there were, today less, if not "nothing")

PaulCowdell: The German gunner, Max Ernst, was bombarding the trenches where I, a French infantryman, was on the lookout. Three years later, we were the best of friends, and ever since we have fought fiercely side by side for one and the same cause, the total emancipation of man Paul Eluard)

coupshancaption: "Being” Selected Poems Paul Eluard

anatma: Anniversaire (Paul Eluard)

pablocubist: To Pablo Picasso (Paul Eluard), Pablo Picasso, 1945, printed 1950

ElectroEntierro: that paul éluard quote that still makes my heart skip a beat

mook1971: Check out this item in my Etsy shop

wilson_yelena: 1929.The poet Paul Eluard and his Russian wife Gala came to visit the great provocateur and brawler Dali. The meeting became the beginning of a love story that lasted more than half a century. The Love Triangle existed until Eluard's death, after which it became a Dali-Gala duet.

sailorsluv: paul eluard paved the way

LanguageAlex: Immerse yourself in the French culture by checking out this poem by Paul Eluard and find out why French artists are talking about it now.

tahafuzaltaf: There is another world but inside this one ~Paul Éluard

Hellawyn: If that poet is Paul Eluard, I might simply ask him out without thinking twice that I'm probably hallucinating or going out with a ghost.

gladwinemmanuel: The language of my love does not belong to human language, my human body does not touch the flesh of my love.. At the Window - Paul Eluard - My poetic side

Dark_Whisper88: Your voice, your eyes, your hands, your lips Our silence, our words Light that goes, light that returns A single smile between us In quest of knowledge I watched night create day... —Paul Éluard - (Anna Karina, from Godard's Alphaville)

artisternst: The Virgin Spanking the Christ Child before Three Witnesses: Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, and the Painter, 1926

Altoobi1984: There is another world and it is in this one. Paul Éluard

themontmarte: To Pablo Picasso (Paul Eluard), Pablo Picasso, 1945, printed 1950

ushitoshima: Paul Eluard, “Liberty”, Selected Poems (trans. Gilbert Bowen)

sargentali: Monday’s Liberation is an hommage to slain teacher Samuel Paty and a reference to a famous Occupation-era poem by Paul Eluard: “Liberty, I teach your name”

michaeltbee: Curfew Paul Eluard, Poetry and Truth 1942

UshaymTariq: She her mouth of alliance~ Paul Eluard.

holdengraber: “There is no chance, only encounters.” ~ Paul Eluard

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