Though consistently overlap in both content and style. Numerous other women associated with surrealism wrote extensively. But of all these, it is perhaps Carrington whose writing remained most consistently related to her painting in texture, tone and imagery. . . . From the prominence granted to women, plants and animals as subjects and protagonists, to the particular handling of detail and materiality, there is a constant ebb and flow between her written and painted
is best known for her visual art, she produced ample fiction, plays, and life writing that engage with aesthetic and political movements of her time, particularly surrealism and feminism. Her writing (published between 1938 and the 1970s) frequently imbricates the mundane and fantastic. Several motifs run through her body of writing, including metamorphoses and the melding of human and animal worlds.
notes the coherence between her projects across media, which