Salvador Dali – Printed Art Signed In Ink

$1,560.00

SALVADOR DALÍ Printed detail from Dalí’s 1938 painting Impressions of Africa, signed “Dali” Printed art signed in ink “Dali”. Color, 8¼x11½ overall, image 7½x9¾, one surface. Detail from his Impressions of Africa (1938). A flamboyant painter and sometimes writer, sculptor, and experimental filmmaker, Dalí (1904-1989) was the best known of the surrealist artists, using bizarre dream imagery to create unforgettable and unmistakable landscapes of his inner world. In 1929, Dalí met Gala Eluard, a staunch Surrealist who later became his wife. During the height of his fame, he was dismissed formally from the Surrealist group in 1934 for his fascination with Hitler. Responding to his dismissal, Dalí stated “Surrealism? I AM Surrealism!” During 1940 and 1941, he and Gala moved to America, and it was here that Dalí began concentrating on more accepted themes. In the United States he engaged in an extensive amount of self-promotion and absurd activities. Most humorously, he walked an anteater in public several times and allegedly threw it into silent film actress Lillian Gish’s lap on The Dick Cavett Show. Lightly toned. Light surface creased. Otherwise in fine condition. – Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. HFSID 82361

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