Dalí

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  • Hi! Your presentation is fantastic! Can I get a copy please???? I live in Catalunya near Figueres, were the Dalí Musuem is. I'm an English teacher and with the Second Cycle we study Dalí in English lessons and in Arts and Crats which we do in English too. Next week we're going to visit de Dalí Musuem (like every two years) and it will be interesting to have this presentation and change some things if you agree. Thanks!!! My email is lgala000@yahoo.es
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Dalí

  1. 1. Hello everybody!! My name is Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domenech, but you can call me Dalí.
  2. 2. I was a Surrealist painter. And… what is Surrealism ? This is SURREALISM
  3. 3. The Birth of Liquid Desires 1932 And this
  4. 4. Sleep (1937) And this
  5. 5. This is my sister Anna Maria. I painted her looking at the sea I was born on May 11, 1904 in Figueres This is me when I was a little child.
  6. 6. In 1922 I moved to Madrid to study painting. I was very eccentric. Look at my moustache, and my hen. I painted Basket of Bread, in 1926 In 1925 I had my f irst exhibition in Barcelona.
  7. 7. I moved to Paris and I join ed the Surrealist movement in 1929 . One of my most famous paintings is The Persistence of Memory (1931). The painting is sometimes called "Soft Watches"—it shows melting pocket watches in a landscape setting.
  8. 8. I decided to grow a moustache because it's better for the health than smoking . In 1929 I met my future wife Gala . She became my muse, lover, supporter and business manager.
  9. 9. Evocation of the Apparition of Lenin 1931
  10. 10. In 1934, I was expelled from the Surrealist group. But I said... "Surrealism is me".
  11. 11. Cardinal, Cardinal! 1934
  12. 12. Spectre of Vermeer 1934
  13. 13. The Surrealist Mystery of New York 1935
  14. 14. The Angelus of Gala. 1935
  15. 15. Face of Mae West 1935
  16. 16. Soft Construction with Boiled Beans: 1936
  17. 17. Geological Justice. 1936
  18. 18. The Great Paranoiac 1936
  19. 19. Suburbs of the Paranoiac-Critical City: Afternoon on the Outskirts of European History 1936
  20. 20. Venus de Milo with Drawers 1936
  21. 21. The Anthropomorphic Cabinet 1936
  22. 22. Cannibalism in Autumn 1936-37
  23. 23. Metamorphosis of Narcissus 1937
  24. 24. Swans Reflecting Elephants 1937 Swans Reflecting Elephants 1937
  25. 25. Bacchanale 1939
  26. 26. I moved to USA, and I became a great success, a real celebrity. I worked with figures like Hitchcock and Disney I created: the Lobster Telephone and the Mae West Lips Sofa.
  27. 27. The Visage of War 1940
  28. 28. Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of a New Man 1943
  29. 29. 1945 My naked wife watching her body 1944
  30. 30. Dream c aused by the f light of a b ee around a p omegranate 1944
  31. 31. The Temptation of St. Anthony 1946
  32. 32. The elephants 1948
  33. 33. Leda Atómica 1949
  34. 34. After World War II , I was very interested in optical illusions, science, and religion . It was my "Nuclear Mysticism" period.
  35. 35. Madonna of Port Lligat 1950
  36. 36. 1952 Christ of Saint John of the Cross 1951
  37. 37. Soft Watch at the Moment of First Explosion 1954
  38. 38. The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory 1954
  39. 39. One of my most famous later works is The Sacrament of the Last Supper 1955
  40. 40. Chupa Chups SA 1958
  41. 41. The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus 1959
  42. 42. Birth of a Divinity 1960
  43. 43. Tuna fishing 1967
  44. 44. The Hallucinogenic Toreador 1970
  45. 45. Apparition of the Face of the Aphrodite of Knidos 1981
  46. 46. In 1982 my wife Gala died. I moved to Figueres. I died from heart problems on the 23rd of January, 1989.
  47. 47. Dalí Theatre and Museum 1960-1974 I was a wealthy artist. I had two museums dedicated to my life and work while I was still living. My works fetch very high prices throughout the world today.
  48. 48. I said “ There is only one difference between a madman and me. I am not mad. ”

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