Leonora Carrington, a British-born Surrealist and onetime romantic partner of Max Ernst whose paintings depicted women and half-human beasts floating in a dreamscape of images drawn from myth, folklore, religious ritual and the occult, died on Wednesday in Mexico City, where she lived. She was 94.
See Green Tea, or La Dame Ovale, a 1942 painting by Carrington from
English surrealist painter and sculptor regarded as a national treasure in Mexico
Leonora Carrington and The Debutante (Youtube) – Excerpt from Documentary,”The Flowering of the Crone: Leonora Carrington