Salvador Dali (1904-1987): 'Chevaux Daliniens' (from the series) - Signed (in the plate) serigraph Joseph - Surrealism - Spain - 1983
Rare serigraph by the Spanish genius Salvador Dali from the series Chevaux Daliniens. Signed in the plate and beautifully but subtly framed with a golden border that Dali deserves more than ever.
Salvador Dali's abstract paintings have been regarded by critics as proof of both the genius and madness of the Surrealist artist since the flamboyant provocateur first began producing his dreamscape paintings in 1929. His depiction of common objects in twisted forms placed in serene landscapes, coupled with his outrageous persona, led to his meteoric rise as a popular cultural figure.
Born in 1904, the Spaniard studied art from an early age and began his career with works influenced by Impressionism and Cubism. Abstract Salvador Dali oil paintings were introduced after Sigmund Freud's writings sparked his interest in the subconscious.
Salvador Dali's first solo exhibition of abstract paintings was The Persistence of Memory in Paris in 1931. Surrealism would make him famous. Salvador Dali's painting prices continue to rise, with Portrait of Paul Eluard, 1929, selling for $22.4 million.
Unique opportunity for a scarce but affordable Dali in your living room!
Dimensions: 56x1x65cm /35x1x45cm
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