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The Lady and the Unicorn

THE LADY AND THE UNICORN by Peter Lucas of the Lucas Gallery The unicorn is a legendary animal from folklore, predominantly European, that is much like a white horse except for its large, pointed, spiraling horn that projects from its forehead.  It sometimes has a goat’s beard and cloven hooves. The Greeks were the first…

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New York Central Park Winter

  New York Central Park Winter   New York Central Park Winter (from the suite Currier & Ives as Interpreted by Salvador Dalí) by Sabeeha Mirza of The Salvador Dalí Society® Dalí was enthralled by all things American. From the bustling streets of an industrialized New York City to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood…

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The Immaculate Conception and The Visible Woman

The Immaculate Conception and The Visible Woman by Peter Lucas   In 1925 Dalí returned left the Escuela de Belas Artes in Madrid for a year.  During this time in Figueres, his hometown, he again studied wit his childhood drawing instructor; Professor Joan Nunez of the Municipal School of Drawing. While back with this old…

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Surrender of Breda, 1974

Surrender of Breda Lithograph Changes in Great Masterpieces 1974   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) No artist in history was revered by Salvador Dalí more than the Spanish master…

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Jarre Du Péteur 1971

Jarre Du Péteur          (From the suite Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel ) 1971 70 x 50 cm Felt pen and gouache on paper Jarre Du Péteur by Sabeeha Mirza of The Salvador Dalí Society® Salvador Dalí’s Le Jarre Du Péteur from the suite Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel is not for the faint of…

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St. George

By Sabeeha Mirza of The Salvador Dalí Society® Salvador Dalí St. George 1971 Gouache and Watercolor on Paper (ARCHES) 56 x 40.5 cm   St. George   The late 60s and early 70s brought about a clear fascination with classic themes for Dalí. He borrowed subject matter from everything from folkloric stories, Shakespeare, to Renaissance…

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Agony of Love- Salvador Dalí

By Sabeeha Mirza of The Salvador Dalí Society® Salvador Dalí The Unicorn (The Agony of Love) 1978 Gouache, Watercolor and Pencil on Board 65.5cm by 49cm   By the late 70’s Dalí’s work became highly reflective. In the years following the purchase of the Castle of Pubol, which he gifted to his wife and muse…

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