|Type||Line-block with Pen and ink on paper|
|Dimensions||41.9 cm × 28 cm ( 16 1⁄2 in × 11 in)|
|Location||Museum of Modern Art, New York City|
Trophy, Hypertrophied (1919) is a work of art by the German dadaist/surrealist Max Ernst. This is one of Ernst’s earliest known works. It was created through a photomechanical process called line-block printing, rarely used in printmaking, to which drawing was added. It depicts a complex mechanical apparatus with celestial shapes as gears. Ernst created a similar piece the same year titled Farewell My Beautiful Land of Mary Laurencen. Help! Help!
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