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Dali's very best masterpieces

Dali's very best masterpieces

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    • Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí Y Domenech Born May 11, 1904, Figueras, Spain Died Jan. 23, 1989, Figueras) Spanish Surrealist painter. The master of  art - as - the - ultimate - tool!
    • First Day Of Spring - 1929
    • Apparatus & Hand 1927
    • Architectural Angelus Of Millet 1933
    • Atavism at twilight - 1934
    • Birth Of Liquid Desire - 1932
    • Bleeding Roses - 1930
    • Blood Sweeter Than Honey - 1926
    • Cardinal - 1934
    • Christ Of St John
    • Death Outside The Head - 1933
    • Figure on Rocks - 1926
    • Geological Destiny - 1933
    • Gradiva 1931
    • The Great Masturbator - 1929
    • Harbin
    • Illumined Pleasures - 1929
    • Imperial Monument - 1929
    • The Invisible Man – 1929
    • The Invisible Sleeping Woman - 1930
    • The Last Supper -
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    • Lugubrious Game - 1929
    • Meditation on a harp - 1934
    • Paul Eluard - 1929
    • The Persistence Of Memory - 1934
    • Phantasmagoria - 1929
    • Rumor Delville - 1929
    • The Sacrament Of The Last Supper
    • Cenisitas – 1928 (Small Cinders)
    • The Shadow of an approaching Piano - 1931
    • The Dream - 1931
    • The Hand - 1930
    • The Phantom Cart - 1933
    • Venus and Cupids – 1925
    • Venus & Sailor – 1925
    • Wiliam Tell and Gradiva - 1931
    • William Tell - 1930
    • William Tell’s Old Age - 1930
    • The Three Sphynxes Of Time
    • Boat Port Of Cadaques
    • Cadaques From Mount Pani
    • Lighthouse
    • The Cross Of The Just Rulers
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    • William Tell’s Old Age - 1930 Endless Enigma
    • Giant Flying Mocca-cup
    • Landscape At Ampurdan
    • Girl Of Ampurdan
    • Hallucinogenic Toreador
    • William Tell’s Old Age - 1930 The Burning Giraffe
    • Knight Of Death
    • The Horseman Of Death
    • Man Holding A Baby
    • Mannequin
    • Morphological Echo
    • Ossification Of A Railway Station
    • Paranoic Image
    • Pierrot Playing The Guitar
    • Poetry In America
    • Port Alguer
    • Punta Es Baluard De La
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    • Satirical Composition
    • Spain
    • Still Life
    • Sun Table
    • The Eye
    • The Warner
    • The Font
    • The Watermelon
    • Woman With A Head Of Roses
    • One Second Before Awakening
    • Apparition Of A Face And Fruitdish On A Beach
    • atmospheric skull sodomizing a grand piano
    • debris of automobile giving birth to blind horse
    • The Discovery Of America By Christopher Columbus
    • Female Bather
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    • Geopolitical Child Watching The Birth Of The New Man
    • Hitler Masturbating
    • Impressions Of Africa
    • Madonna Of Port Lligat 1950 & 1951
    • Face Of Mae West Or Surrealistic Room
    • The Metamorphosis Of Narcissus
    • Myself At The Age Of Ten When I Was A Grashopper- Child
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    • Oecumenical Council
    • Paranoia
    • Paranoic Astral Image
    • Portrait Of My Dead Brother
    • Raphaelesque Head Exploded
    • Santiago The Great
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    • Soft Construction With Boiled beans
    • Swans Reflecting Elephants
    • The Temptation Of St Anthony
    • The Great Paranoiac
    • The Sheep
    • The Ship
    • Vision Of Hell
    • Weaning Furniture
    • Young virgin auto-sodomized by her own chastity
    • FROM   ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA: "As an art student in Madrid and Barcelona, Dalí assimilated a vast number of artistic styles and displayed unusual technical facility as a painter. It was not until the late 1920s, however, that two events brought about the development of his mature artistic style: his discovery of Sigmund Freud's writings on the erotic significance of subconscious imagery, and his affiliation with the Paris Surrealists, a group of artists and writers who sought to establish the "greater reality" of man's subconscious over his reason. To bring up images from his subconscious mind, Dalí began to induce hallucinatory states in himself by a process he described as "paranoiac critical."
    • ...  from 1929 to 1937 he produced the paintings which made him the world's best-known Surrealist artist. He depicted a dream world in which commonplace objects are juxtaposed, deformed, or otherwise metamorphosed in a bizarre and irrational fashion. Dalí portrayed these objects in meticulous, almost painfully realistic detail and usually placed them within bleak, sunlit landscapes that were reminiscent of his Catalonian homeland. ....   the most famous of these enigmatic images is "The Persistence of Memory" (1931), in which limp, melting watches rest in an eerily calm landscape. With the Spanish director Luis Buñuel, Dalí also made two Surrealistic films-- Un Chien andalou (1928; An Andalusian Dog ) and L'Âge d'or (1930; The Golden Age )--that are similarly filled with grotesque but highly suggestive images.
    • In the late 1930s Dalí switched to painting in a more academic style under the influence of the Renaissance painter Raphael, and as a consequence he was expeled from the Surrealist movement. Thereafter he spent much of his time designing theatre sets, interiors of fashionable shops, and jewelry, as well as exhibiting his genius for flamboyant self-promotional stunts in the United States, where he lived from 1940 to 1955. In the period from 1950 to 1970 Dalí painted many works with religious themes, though he continued to explore erotic subjects, to represent childhood memories, and to use themes centring on his wife, Gala. Notwithstanding their technical accomplishments, these later paintings are not as highly regarded as the artist's earlier works."