'New-York City: Plaza' Lithograph by Salvador Dalí
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Salvador Dali (after)
New-York City : Plaza
Lithograph after a watercolor
Printed signature in the plate
On BFK Rives vellum 50 x 65 cm (c. 20 x 26 in)
Printed in Matthieu workshop circa 1981
In 1964 Salvador Dali created the New-York City suite edited by JP Schneider / Wucua. He painted with watercolor a proof of the etching Plaza and offered it to Mr Schneider and allowed him to published it as an interepretative 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.
- Catalogue raisonné Field 64-3 C
- Catalogue Michler & Lopsinger #114 e/
- Catalogue Sahli #5 e/
- In condition as donated.
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