'Flordali II' Lithograph by Salvador Dalí
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Flordali II, 1981 (after*)
Original lithograph and embossing
Printed signature in the plate
Numbered / 5000
On Arches vellum 41 x 29 in.; (103 x 73 cm)
INFORMATION : This lithograph was edited by Inter Art Senans (Basel, Switzerland) and printed in Atelier Matthieu.
Authenticated by the stamp of the editor on the back of the lithograph.
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.
- Catalog raisonne Field page 233
- Catalog raisonne Michler & Lopsinger 1586
*The term after means a print made after the artist's death from an original plate or subject.
- In condition as donated.
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