Salvador Dalì "Don Quixote"
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Salvador Dalì, "Don Quixote".
From the "Historia de Don Quichotte de la Mancha".
- Technique: Litograph on paper
- Size: 60 x 50 cm
- Year: 1980
- Printed signature
- Numbered in pencil along the lower edge, complete with blind stamp of publisher
- Published by Levine and Levine, New York for DALART N.V.
The numbering may differ from that indicated in the gallery, but not the edition.
Dalí, Salvador. - Catalan painter (Figueras 1904 - therein 1989). One of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, after a brief interlude in the surrealist group he was excluded due to his sympathies for right-wing regimes. In Dalí surrealism took on an individualistic, ironic and provocative characteristic (the artist was famed for his advertising and scandalous stunts and autobiographical essays such as Le journal d'un génie, 1964). Among his best known works: Femme dormant dans un paysage (1931, Venice, Fond. P. Guggenheim); La persistance de la mémoire (1931, New York, Mus. Of modern art).
- In condition as donated.
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