Salvador Dali

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Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali

Landscape Near Figueras{1910}This is one of the earliest known works of Dali, having been painted when he was about six years old!!!!!


Dali was known for being a big spender and making an entrance everywhere he went.

The Persistence of Memory{1931} In this piece, Dali gave dreams a tangible and credible appearance.

Salvador Dalí nació el 11 de mayo de 1904 en Figueres , España . Fue un pintor surrealista en la década de 1900 . El 23 de enero de 1989, en la ciudad de su nacimiento , Dalí murió de paro cardíaco a la edad de 84 .

The Great Masturbator{1929}This iconic Masterpiece is a bizarre kind of self portrait with the central image being a widely seen rock at Cullero. There is a head with its nose pointing down.

Meditative Rose{1958}

Dream Caused By The Flight Of A Bee Around A Pomegranted A Second Before Wakening Up{1944}The sleeping figure is of Gala,Dali's wife and muse. Beside her are two drops of water, a pomegranate, and a bee.

Oil on cnavas 36x 28 cm. This painting is something of an enigma coming from a painter whose works are primarily the stuff od dream and nightmare.

Swans Reflecting Elephants {1937}This is from Dali's paranoiac-critical. It contains one of Dali's famous double images. He used this method to bring forth the hallucinitary forms.

Portriat of My Father{1925}This painting is currently exhibited at the National Art Museum of Catalonia. This was the sole painting of his father that was portrated positively. after this, he was portrayed as a monster.

Burning Giraffe{1937}Dai painted this before his exile in the Unites States, and although Dali declared himself apolitical, this painting shows his personal struggle with the battle in his home country.

Crucifixtion{1954}This is an oil on canvas painting which depicts the Cricifiction of Jesus. It is not a traditional portrayal of the Crucifixion because he added his touch of surrealism.

The Elephants{1944}The Elephants differs from the other paintings in that the animals are the primary focus of the work, with a barren graduated background and lack of other content, where most of Dalí's paintings contain much detail and points of interest


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