Joseph Cornell's Shadow Boxes I like this one just because it a bottle and it shows the history behind it.

Joseph Cornell's Shadow Boxes: Again, this box is perfect inspiration for a mixed media piece into portraiture but perhaps also juxtaposition. The objects could appear imposed or perhaps parts of the face are imposed on to the Cornell-inspired background.

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Dime-Store Alchemy: Joseph Cornell’s Surrealist Shadow Boxes

Untitled ( the Hotel Eden) 1945 - Joseph Cornell think of creating your own frames and boxes within the box

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CAGED "A Parrot for Juan Gris" Joseph Cornell Surrealistic objects collage as inspiring diorama. Lost Marbles Copper Metal Art & Jewelry: Joseph Cornell’s Boxes

Untitled (Bebe Marie) Early 1940's (200 Kb); Construction, 23 3/8 x 12 5/16 x 5 1/4 in; The Museum of Modern Art, New York. I have a doll that looks like that. She's kind of creepy looking so I hide her in the cedar chest.

Dime-Store Alchemy: Joseph Cornell’s Surrealist Shadow Boxes

Joseph Cornell Untitled (Bebe Marie) Early Construction 23 x 12 x 5 in. The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Joseph Cornell in 1971.  He was born in 1903 and died in 1972.  He lived a reclusive life and rarely left New York City.  Besides creating his brilliant "Cornell boxes," and flat collages, he also was an experimental film-maker.  With his short films, he used similar "found" techniques, splicing together strips of film shot by others.

Joseph Cornell (December 1903 – December was an American artist and sculptor, one of the pioneers and most celebrated exponents of assemblage. Influenced by the Surrealists, he was also an avant-garde experimental filmmaker.

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The Joseph Cornell Box: Mille nuits, 2012 by Denise Deschenes Quebec City, Canada

Assemblage Art Wooden Box / Joseph Cornell by GatheredTogether

Assemblage Art Wooden Box / Joseph Cornell Tribute / Earth and Sky

The Joseph Cornell Box  Evidence, 2011 Susan McCarrell (South Okanagan, British Columbia) mixed media 12.3" x 12.3" x 3.2" (31.2 x 31.2 x 8.1 cm)  In my exploration of art, I look for versatile solutions to all challenges that are presented. I am not drawn to any one formula.

Identity Box by Susan McCarrell. Displayed in the Joseph Cornell Box readers gallery.

Joseph Cornell, Untitled (Woodpecker Habitat), 1946, box construction, h: 13.63 x w: 9.13 x d: 3 in / h: 34.62 x w: 23.19 x d: 7.62 cm. Provenance: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Joseph Cornell, Untitled (Woodpecker Habitat), box construction, h: x w: x d: 3 in / h: x w: x d: cm. Provenance: Philadelphia Museum of Art Mais

Joseph Cornell's 'Observatory: Corona Borealis Casement' (1950)

Joseph Cornell's cabinets of wonder at SFMOMA

Joseph Cornell: Navigating the Imagination: Observatory: Corona Borealis Casement, 1950

The Joseph Cornell Box / Gallery One

Joseph Cornell was a surrealist artist who had no formal art education and worked primarily by filling boxes.