Joseph Cornell, my favorite artist, who was in love with ephemera and had mad crushes on ballerinas and opera singers

Joseph Cornell Untitled (Pharmacy), ca. 1942 Box construction, x x cm Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice PG 128

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

keepsake assemblages in box mount frame - for people living with disability that attach objects to memories - image inspiration: "A Parrot for Juan Gris" Joseph Cornell

Joseph Cornell - Working with found objects, pages from old books, and dime-store trinkets, self- taught artist Joseph Cornell (1903–1972) transformed everyday materials.

'Dime-Store Alchemy': Joseph Cornell's Surrealist Boxes

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

Artist Spotlight | Joseph Cornell Boxes - Maegan

Joseph Cornell: how the reclusive artist conquered the art world – from his mum’s basement

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.

Organic, fundamental, elemental. By Joseph Cornell. Untitled (Bebe Marie);  early 1940s; construction, 23 3/8 x 12 5/16 x 5 1/4 in; The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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

The Joseph Cornell Box

The Listening Center, 2012 Mary Jo Kattelman (Newark, Missouri, USA) wooden box filled with found objects and a starling skeleton x x cm)

By Joseph CornellJoseph Cornell, Swiss Shoot the Chutes, 1941, 53.8 x 35.2 x 10.5 cm, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

Joseph Cornell, Swiss Shoot the Chutes, x x cm, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

The Joseph Cornell Box - huge fan of Joseph Cornell's art - this web site nicely matches his brand by layering and using found objects

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

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