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Dalí por Austin
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Dalí por Austin

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Project by Spanish 2 @ Homer Community School

Project by Spanish 2 @ Homer Community School

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  1. Salvador Dali<br />Life and important works<br />
  2. Life<br />Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dali I Domenech was born May 11, 1904 in Figueres, Spain.<br />Learned art skills in the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid.<br />Met and later married Gala Eluard when he joined the surrealists movement<br />Gala was his muse, love, wife, business manager, and chief inspirition<br />Died on January 23, 1989 <br />
  3. Career<br />1929 Dali held his first one-man show in Paris. He also joined the surrealists, led by former Dadaist Andre Breton.<br />Member and eventual leader of the surrealists movement<br />Due to clashing of ideas about the war Dali was expelled from the group<br />The Museum of Modern Art in New York gave Dali his first major retrospective exhibit in 1941<br />
  4. World wide events of the time<br />The developments of the Spanish Civil war occurred while Dali was a surrealist member<br />Dali and Gala left Europe from 1940-1948 due to the outbreak of WWII<br />
  5. The style of the Dali<br />Although mainly known for his part in the surrealist movement<br />Surrealism-a style of art and literature developed principally in the 20th century, stressing the subconscious or nonrational significance of imagery arrived at by automatism or the exploitation of chance effects, unexpected juxtapositions, etc. <br />
  6. A Surrealist painting, shows the develpmental stages of man before it all finally comes together<br />A more 3-D appearance makes you focus on the different levels instead of the main picture<br />The main elements of the painting or the body parts and the mass confusion. With bright colors.<br />The making of a new man<br />
  7. The making of a new man<br />
  8. Melting clocks<br />Another surrealist painting to simulate the melting of time<br />The color scheme is a majority of cool with a slight mixture of warm<br />Dali often used his paintings to portray dreams that he had. Following the theory of the Oniric which is a main component of the surrealists movement<br />The main figure of the piece laying on the ground is a self portrait of Dali himself<br />
  9. Melting clocks<br />

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