Salvador Dali

Still Life Fast Moving by Salvador Dalí

Still Life Fast Moving by Salvador Dalí (1956) Alaso called Fast Moving Still Life, a perefectly normal ‘still life” painting, but the objects were each captured while in use or being moved. This is why Dalí was considered a genius. The Dalí Theater Museum (Spain)

Landscape Near Figueras by Salvador Dalí

Landscape Near Figueras (1910) by Salvador Dalí, painted when he was about six years old. At the beginning of Dalí’s career, his primary influence was from the Impressionist movement. Salvador Dalí was born Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, 1st Marqués de Dalí de Pubol (May 11, 1904 – January 23, 1989)

Life of a Fireman by Salvador Dalí

Life of a Fireman by Salvador Dalí (1971) was inspired by the 1854 image of The Life of A Fireman – The Fire, Dalí superimposed his own interpretation over a miniature version of the print. The giant moth that is drawn to the light and heat of the flames is NOT Mothra!

Invisible Afghan by Salvador Dalí

Invisible Afghan with the Apparition on the Beach of the Face of Garcia Lorca in the Form of a Fruit Dish with Three Figs by Salvador Dalí (1938). Dalí liked to work with optical illusions. “Every morning upon awakening, I experience a supreme pleasure: that of being Salvador Dalí” -Salvador Dalí

Shirley Temple by Salvador Dalí

Shirley Temple, The Youngest, Most Sacred Monster of the Cinema in Her Time by Salvador Dalí (1939). Andy Warhol said that Dalí was an important influence on pop art. The Dalí Museam (USA) 1 Dalí Blvd, St Petersburg, FL 33701 (727) 823-3767

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