Salvador Dali

Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domenech, 1st Marquis of Dalí de Pubol (1904 - 1989), known professionally as Salvador DalíDalí is among the most versatile and prolific artists of the 20th century and the most famous Surrealist. Though chiefly remembered for his Surrealist painting, in the course of his long career he successfully turned to printmaking, sculpture, fashion, advertising and filmmaking. 

His work predominantly explores subconscious imagery, using visual language capable of rendering his dreams and hallucinations.


Etching printed in colours.

Published in 1968 and signed and insvribed "E.A" and numbered in pencil from an edition of just 12 prints. 

An artists proof on Japon Nacre paper, aside from the published edition of 75. Included in "Quinze Graveurs" printed by Ateliers Rigal, published by Werbungs und Commerz Union. Anstalt, Basel.

Measures 440 x 316mm before framing.


Original, signed Surrealistic drawing

A stunning and extremely rare drawing featuring many of Dali's signature symbols.

Picturing figures in a landscape with Cypress trees, a windmill, an ant, crown and blazing sun.

The work has been signed twice, once with his full name 'Salvador Dali'  dedicated to 'Charlie' and dated '1965' secondly 'Hommage Dali'

The drawing is in blue ink on the reverse of a print of his work. It has been mounted and framed to museum standards as befits this fantastic work.

  • Image Size: 43 x 30 cm
  • Dated: 1965


The Four Dreams of Paradise Suite

Lithographs published in 1973.

Each of the lithographs is signed and numbered 146/1000 on Arches paper with full margins published by Zeit Magazin/Observer Grapholith.

Each sheet measures 71x53cm before framing.

  • Edition Size: 1,000
  • Image Size: 71 x 53 cm
  • Published: 1973

Available individually at £3,750 

Surrealist Horseman (Tribute to Velazquez)

A beautiful colour lithograph on Arches vellum paper.

An artist’s proof that has been signed by the artist and annotated EA aside from an edition of 125

Published by Levine & Levine in 1980

Artwork dimensions 65 x 50 cm

Referenced in the artists catalogue (Michler & Löpsinger, 1574)

  • Edition Size: 125
  • Size: 65 x 50 cm
  • Published: 1980