Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domenech, 1st Marquis of Dalí de Pubol (1904 - 1989), known professionally as Salvador Dalí. Dalí 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.
A gorgeous zinc plate lithograph of Barcelona's iconic cathedral. In truly wonderful fresh condition. If like me you are a lover of Barcelona - this is a must!
A beautiful drypoint etching with hand colouring in water-colour and gold, with roulette by ruby and diamond burins, 1968/1969.
From the series Faust
Features the Dali embossed imprint.
A drypoint with hand colouring in gold, 1970.
Signed and inscribed ‘EA’ in pencil, an artist’s proof aside form the numbered edition of 250, on wove paper, as included in ‘Much Ado about Shakespeare’.
Printed by Ateliers Rigal.
A beautiful drypoint etching with roulette by ruby and diamond burins with hand colouring in watercolour and gold, 1968/1969.
From the series Faust
Signed and numbered from the edition of 145 in pencil, on Japan paper, printed by graphik europa, Anstalt, published by Robbe, Paris, with the embossed Dali imprint, with full margins, sheet 384 x 283mm (15⅛ x 11⅛in)
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.This work has been signed twice. Once with his full name and dedication to ‘Charlie’ and dated ‘1965’. Secondly with ‘Hommage Dali’.
Why is this rare?
This is a unique, hand drawn piece by one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century. This is an incredibly sought-after piece, as it features many of Dali’s signature symbols.
Available individually at £3,750
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)