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Caring for a Surrealist Watch

NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE! Salvador Dalí’s… Caring for a Surrealist Watch from Memories of Surrealism Year: 1971 Medium: Etching on lithograph (hand-signed) Publishers: Transworld Art, New York Printer: Rigal, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France Jobin Dimensions: Image size: 53 x 42 cm Paper size: 76.2 x 55 cm (signature in border not shown) w/ certificate of authenticity. For…

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Self-Portrait Sun Dial, 1966– Salvador Dalí

Self-Portrait Sun Dial Lithograph 1966 By Paul Chimera Dalí Historian (Mr. Chimera worked directly with Dalí Museum founder Reynolds Morse, as the publicity director of the original Dalí Museum when it was located in Beachwood, Ohio) It was completely natural and understandable that Salvador Dalí would be interested in the subject of the ancient phenomenon…

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Leda Atomica

Leda Atomica   Etching, 1947       Salvador Dalí’s talents as a master draftsman were abundantly evident, no matter what medium he chose to work in. Best known as a Surrealist painter – in addition to his fame as a flamboyant showman – Dalí was also wonderfully prolific and articulate as a writer and,…

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The Crucible of the Philosopher, 1977

The Crucible of the Philosopher 1977   From The Alchemy of the Philosophers suite of mixed-media prints on parchment   By Paul Chimera Dalí Historian (Mr. Chimera worked directly with Dalí Museum founder Reynolds Morse, as the publicity director of the original Dalí Museum when it was located in Beachwood, Ohio)   As if often…

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Celestial Elephant- Salvador Dalí, 1979

Celestial Elephant Lithograph 1979 Salvador Dalí featured animals with great frequency in his works. Surrealism explored the human subconscious, the world of dreams, and it was fertile ground for portraying recurring images in one’s nocturnal cinema of the mind – which frequently includes animals. Who among us, after all, hasn’t had at least one dream…

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“Alsace” from The French Railways- Salvador Dalí

By Paul Chimera Dalí Historian (Mr. Chimera worked directly with Dalí Museum founder Reynolds Morse, as the publicity director of the original Dalí Museum when it was located in Beachwood, Ohio)   ‘Alsace’ The French Railways 1969 Alsace from The French Railways by Salvador Dalí 1969   There’s really no mistaking a Dalí! The Surrealist…

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Tristan Fou Costumes- Salvador Dalí

Tristan Fou Costumes Salvador Dalí Lithograph, 1970 Mention Salvador Dalí and his irrepressible melting clocks spring immediately to mind. Dalí the painter, as well as Dalí the showman, is doubtlessly what most people think of when the artist’s name is mentioned. The man whose flamboyance was as prominent as his iconic images of the 20th…

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