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Salvador Dali

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Salvador  Dali Bullfight with Drawer    LXII_C
Bullfight with Drawer
Copper Plate Etching
$ 10,000
Salvador  Dali Burning Giraffe 19_150
Burning Giraffe
Copper Plate Etching
20 x 26 in
$ 22,000
Salvador  Dali Nude with Garter 1969-1970
Nude with Garter 1969-1970
Copper Plate Etching
25 x 20 in
$ 22,500
Salvador  Dali Birth of Venus XXX_C
Birth of Venus
25 x 20 in
$ 12,000
Salvador  Dali Flower Women with Soft Piano XCI_C___
Flower Women with Soft Piano XCI/C
Etching
39 x 33 in
$ 30,000
Salvador  Dali Grotesque 13_150
Grotesque
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 5,500
Salvador  Dali Milky Way LXXIX_C
Milky Way
Copper Plate Etching
30 x 22 in
$ 12,500
Salvador  Dali Narcissus XXXIX_C
Narcissus
Copper Plate Etching
30 x 22 in
$ 12,500
Salvador  Dali Oedipus and Sphynx LXV_C
Oedipus and Sphinx
Copper Plate Etching
30 x 22 in
$ 16,500
Salvador  Dali Picasso_s Horse   88_150 on Arches
Picasso's Horse
15 x 11 in
$ 9,000
Salvador  Dali Queen and Suitor 93_150
Queen and Suitor
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 5,500
Salvador  Dali Sainte Anne LXXXI_C
Sainte Anne
Copper Plate Etching
30 x 22 in
$ 9,600
Salvador  Dali Sator 61_150
Sator
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 6,500
Salvador  Dali The 1914-1918 War
The 1914-1918 War
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 7,500
Salvador  Dali The Demons 77_95
The Demons 77/95
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 6,000
Salvador  Dali The Illusionist 55_150
The Illusionist
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 5,500
Salvador  Dali The Marquis XXIII_C
The Marquis
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 9,500
Salvador  Dali The Mills XL_C
The Mills
Copper Plate Etching
20 x 26 in
$ 10,500
Salvador  Dali The Parrots LXXI_C
The Parrots
Copper Plate Etching
20 x 26 in
$ 22,500
Salvador  Dali The Phiole 45_150
The Phiole
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 5,500
Salvador  Dali The Poet 31_100
The Poet
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 5,500
Salvador  Dali The Statue    LIII_C
The Statue
$ 10,000
Salvador  Dali The Television XXX_C
The Television
Copper Plate Etching
20 x 26 in
$ 10,500
Salvador  Dali The Torso 41_150
The Torso
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 6,500
Salvador  Dali Theseus and Minotaurus LXV_C
Theseus and Minotaurus
Copper Plate Etching
30 x 22 in
$ 12,500
Salvador  Dali Woman at the Fountain   103_145 on Arches
Woman at the Fountain
15 x 11 in
$ 7,000
Salvador  Dali Woman with Crutch 60_150
Woman with Crutch
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
$ 6,500
Salvador  Dali Woman with Guitar 101_145
Woman with Guitar 101/145
Copper Plate Etching
20 x 26 in
$ 7,500
Salvador  Dali Woman with Snail 107_145
Woman with Snail
26 x 20 in
$ 7,700
Salvador  Dali Woman with Whip 75_150_ 1969
Woman with Whip 75/150, 1969
26 x 20 in
$ 10,000
Salvador  Dali The Trenches 111_145
The Trenches 111/145
Copper Plate Etching
15 x 11 in
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Salvador  Dali

Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali Biography

Salvador Dali- his name alone evokes unique emotional feelings unlike any other artist of the Twentieth Century.

Today, Dali’s work is experiencing a resurgence. His individual style and subject matter, which often blended art, literature, politics, and religion, continues to make his work relevant. Art critics and historians are now reassessing Dali’s incredible impact on not only the world of art, but as an important leader and innovator of popular culture. In the past decade, there have been several major retrospectives of Salvador Dali’s work. As commented in the February 2005 cover story in Art News, his work “is now being celebrated for being so far ahead of its time. It looks as though it could have been made yesterday.”

Dali was born in the northern province of Spain, Catalonia, also the birthplace of his compatriots and colleagues Picasso and Miro. In 1929, he became a member of the group of artists, writers, and intellectuals in Paris who called themselves the Surrealists. His formidable talents, abilities, and personality quickly made him the “star” of the group. He eventually split with the Surrealists in the mid-1930’s, but continued to exhibit with them throughout the decade. He and his wife, Gala, who was his muse, model, and manager lived in New York City during the 1940’s. During the next fifty years of his life, Dali explored film, design, and fashion in addition to painting and sculpting.

After fleeing to the United States, Dali addressed politics, challenged social mores, and paraded his neuroses and obsessions in his work. Many of these issues consistently appear in Dali’s oeuvre. In an early autobiography, The Secret Life of Salvador Dali, he acknowledged the profound influence his childhood and hometown of Figueres had on the course of his career. Dali’s drawings and etchings fully explore his long-standing obsession with sexuality, literature, intellect, and his wife. The later prints in the Argillet Collection reveal the influence of a fully-formed artistic, emotional, and intellectual philosophy developed over a lifetime.

Now, some twenty-eight years after his death, Dali is finally receiving the respect his work deserves.

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