Alegoría al mar

Salvador Dalí

Total 6.801 NFTs


Alegoría al mar


Salvador Dalí




102,8 x 76,7 cm



Unique work. Mixed media on cardboard. Signed in the center with the monogram "G. DALÍ" and signed and dated on the lower right "Dalí 1976". Certificate with nº d3999 of "Archives Descharnes" issued in Paris on October 4, 2007 by Robert P. and Nicolas R. Descharnes. Reproduced in "Sculptures & Objects Dalí" Robert & Nicolas Descharnes. The hard and the Soft. Eccart. Ilustration No. 477, p. 190. "

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Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, 1st Marquis of Dalí de Púbol (Figueras, May 11, 1904-ibid, January 23, 1989) was a 20th century Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, set designer and writer. He is considered one of the highest representatives of surrealism.


Salvador Dalí is known for his striking and dreamlike surreal images. His painting skills are often attributed to his influence and admiration for Renaissance art. He was also an expert draftsman.2 3 Dalinian plastic resources also dealt with cinema, sculpture and photography, which led him to numerous collaborations with other audiovisual artists. He had the ability to clarify a genuinely personal and palpable style on first contact, which was actually very eclectic and which "sucked" on other people's innovations. One of his most famous paintings is The Persistence of Memory (also known as The Soft Clocks), made in 1931.


As an extremely imaginative artist, he exhibited a notable tendency to narcissism and megalomania, the aim of which was to attract public attention. This behavior irritated those who appreciated his art and justified his critics, who rejected his eccentric behavior as a publicity claim occasionally more conspicuous than his artistic production.4 Dalí attributed his "love for all that is golden and excessive, his passion for luxury and his love for oriental fashion ”to a self-proclaimed“ Arabian lineage ”, 5 which traced its roots to the times of Arab domination of the Iberian Peninsula.


Alegoría al mar


11th May of 1904