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Salvador DALI (1904-1969, after)
Butterfly suite : Paris, 1969

Heliogravure / Photogravure
Blind stamp signature bottom right
Numbered / 1700 copies
Printed in Draeger workshop
On vellum 53,5 x 37 cm (c. 21 x 15 in)

This artwork was edited by J. Schneider / Wucua in 1969 for the French Railway Company (SNCF). It belongs the "Butterfly suite".

Excellent condition

About Salvador Dalí

Salvador Dalí was a Spanish Surrealist painter and printmaker known for exploring subconscious imagery. Arguably, his most famous painting is The Persistence of Memory (1931), depicting limp melting watches.

References:

  • Catalog raisonné Field 69-2 F
  • Catalog raisonné Michler & Lopsinger 1228
  • Catalog raisonné Sahli 135

*The term after means a print made after the artist's death from an original plate or subject.

 

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Donated by
A Friend of Two Wheels for Life

Item #P99539

  • In condition as donated.
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