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XXL SALVADOR DALI ,,COSMOS,, Lithograph Art HAND SIGNED
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XXL SALVADOR DALI ,,COSMOS,, Lithograph Art HAND SIGNED

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Sold Date: 10/04/2009
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RARE XXL Salvador Dali ,,Conquest of Cosmos,, Lithograph Art Hand Signed 100 % ORIGINAL

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"Dali Martian muni d'un double microscope holoelectronique"

(Martian Dali equipped with a double holoctronic microscope )

by Salvador Dali

Limited edition cooperative lithograph from the original gouache on ARCHES PAPER with watermerk ,, Arches France ,, by Modern Master Salvador Dali

This piece can be found in "The Official Catolog of The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Albert Field, on page 98 image 74-12 ( Conquest of Cosmos) - C .

Hand Signed by the Salvador Dali in pencil (1974)

A beautiful & Rare & Exclusieve Lithograph , please don't miss it !!!

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• The lithograph measures approx.

Sheet Size : 39.2'' x 27.4'' (99.5 x 69.5 cm )

Image Size: 29.5" x 21.6" (75 x 55 cm)

Framed Size: unframed

Edition number: EA

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Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí May 11, 1904 – January 23, 1989

Salvador Dali was a Catalan surrealist painter born in Figueres. Spain Dalí was a skilled draftsman, best known for the striking and bizarre images in his surrealist work. His painterly skills are often attributed to the influence of Renaissance masters. Dalí's expansive artistic repertoire includes film, sculpture, and photography in collaboration with a range of artists in a variety of mediums. Dalí attributed his "love of everything that is gilded and excessive. Dalí had an affinity for partaking in unusual behavior to draw attention to himself. This sometimes irked those who loved his art as much as it annoyed his critics, since his eccentric manner sometimes drew more public attention than his artwork.

Salvador Dali biography

Catalan painter; born in Figueras, Catalonia, w he die d in 1989. Trained at Madrid's school of fine arts, he wa s drawn simultaneously to Academicism, Impressionism, Futurism, and Cubism; after reading Freud, his passions turned to dreams and the unconscious. In 1928, he met Pablo Picasso and Breton and joined the Surrealists. He also met Gala Eluard, who became his companion and muse. In 1929, he began formulating the "paranoid-critical" method, which would provide the foundations for most of his paintings; Construction molle avec haricots bouillis; premonition de la guerre (soft construction with boiled beans; premonition of civil war),1936; Girafes en feu (burning giraffes), 1936-1937. After a stay in the United States from 1940 to 1948, w his influence was felt on fashion, advertising, and ballet sets, he went back to Spain to undergo a religious crisis; Le Christ de Saint-Jean-de-la-Croix, 1951, and returned to the baroque traditions and landscapes of his youth, in harmony with his temperament. His rich and complex personality was revealed through his writings; The Secret Life of Salvador Dali, 1941; Journal of a Genius, 1954. Two enormous retrospectives have been done on him, in the Boymans Van Beuningen Museum of Rotterdam (1970-1971), and at the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris (1979-1980). In 1974 he created his own museum in Figureras. Another museum, in Cleveland, houses the Reynold Morse Collection. He was elected to the Beaux-Arts Academy of Paris in 1979.

"It soon became apparent, however, that t was an innt contradiction in Dalí's approach between what he himself described as 'critical paranoia' - which lent itself to systematic interpretation - and the element of automatism upon which his method depended. Breton soon had misgivings about Dalí's monsters which only lend themselves to a lim...
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