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I visited the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm and there I understood the Art by Salvador Dali. I wish to share some of them with you.

I visited the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm and there I understood the Art by Salvador Dali. I wish to share some of them with you.

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    • SALVADOR DALI - BIOGRAPHY BORN: May 11, 1904, Figueras, Spain DIED: Jan. 23, 1989, Figueras Beginnings As an art student in Madrid and Barcelona, Dalí assimilated a vast number of artistic styles and displayed unusual technical facility as a painter. In the late 1920s, 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. Surrealism To bring up images from his subconscious mind, Dalí began to induce hallucinatory states in himself by a process he described as “paranoiac critical.” Once Dalí hit on this method, his painting style matured with extraordinary rapidity, and from 1929 to 1937 he produced the paintings that 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.
    • SALVADOR DALI - BIOGRAPHY 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. Perhaps 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). Both films are similarly filled with grotesque but highly suggestive images.
    • SALVADOR DALI - BIOGRAPHY Renaissance 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 expelled 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 centering on his wife, Gala. Notwithstanding their technical accomplishments, these later paintings are not as highly regarded as the artist's earlier works. The most interesting and revealing of Dalí's books is The Secret Life of Salvador Dali (1942-44).
    • Landscape Near Figueras - 1910
    • Dutch Interior - 1914
    • Fiesta in Figueres - 1916
    • Landscape near Ampurdan - 1914
    • Crepuscular Old Man - 1918
    • Duck- 1918
    • Portrait of Lucia - 1918
    • Portrait of a Gypsy - 1919
    • Self Portrait in the Studio - 1919
    • Saltimbanques - 1921
    • Self Portrait with the neck of Raphael - 1921
    • Voyeur - 1921
    • Bathers of Llaner - 1923
    • Crystalline – Still Life - 1923
    • Cubist Self Portrait - 1923
    • Figure at the Window - 1925
    • Barcelonese Mannequin - 1927
    • Inagural Gooseflesh - 1928
    • Putrefied Donkey - 1928
    • Vertigo - 1930
    • The Persistence of Memory - 1931
    • The Enigma of William Tell - 1933
    • Cardinal - 1934
    • Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s’ Angelus - 1935
    • Paranoiac Visage - 1935
    • The Horseman of Death - 1935
    • The Dream Places a Hand on Man’s Shoulder - 1936
    • The Anthropomorphic Cabinet - 1936
    • Swans Reflecting Elephants - 1937
    • Sleep - 1937
    • The Invention of the monsters - 1937
    • Head of a Woman in the Form of a Battle - 1936
    • Spain - 1938
    • The Enigma of Hitler - 1939
    • The Invisible Bust of Voltaire - 1941
    • One Second Before Awakening from a Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate, 1944
    • Resurrection of the Flesh - 1945
    • The Eye - 1945
    • Galatea of The Spheres - 1952
    • Madonna in Particles - 1952
    • The Disintegration of Persistence of Memory, 1954
    • Soft Watch at the Moment of First Explosion, 1954
    • Young Virgin Auto-Sodomized by Her Own Chastity, 1954
    • The Last Supper - 1955
    • Sorcery The Seven Arts - 1957
    • Dionysus Spitting the Complete Image of Cadaqués on the Tip of the Tongue of a Three-Storied Gaudinian Woman, 1958
    • Metamorphosis of Hitler's Face into a Moonlit Landscape with Accompaniment, 1958
    • Birth of A Divinity - 1960
    • Hyperxiological Sky - 1960
    • Mohammed’s dream - 1961
    • The Alchemist - 1962
    • Fifty Abstract Paintings Which as Seen from Two Yards Change into Three Lenins Masquerading as Chinese and as Seen from Six Yards Appear as the Head of a Royal Bengal Tiger, 1963
    • Toreo Noir - 1969
    • Polyhedron. Basketball Players Being Transformed into Angels (Assembling a Hologram - the Central Element), 1972
    • Wounded Soft Watch - 1974
    • Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea Which at Twenty Meters Becomes the Portrait of Abraham Lincoln - Homage to Rothko, 1976
    • The Garden of Hours - 1981
    • The Road of The Enigma - 1981
    • Atmospherocephalic Figures, 1982
    • Exploded Head - 1982
    • Landscape with Hidden Image of Michelangelo's "David", 1982
    • Three Glorious Enigmas of Gala - 1982