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Figure Study Of An Angel; St. John by Salvador Dalí

Figure Study Of An Angel; St. John by Salvador Dalí

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Mixed Media


Edition Size: Unique

Dimensions: 153.7 × 102.2 cm


Condition: Pristine

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Set of 2 unique drawings by Salvador Dali
Each measuring 60.5 x 40.24 inches
In December 1965 Dali executed these drawings for the Huntington Hartford Gallery of Modern Art, New York, as part of his lecture and performance to highlight the Dali retrospective.

Drawing, red ink and oil on paper, laid down on board,
Signed middle right ‘Dali’,

Black and brown ink and oil on composition board,
Signed middle right “Dali”,
Titled “St. Jean” on bottom.

Ref: SF1


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The prints of Salvador Dalí are rooted in a rich past. In actuality, Dalí’s prints have a history that dates back to his early years of art school. The young Dalí was taught the fine art of engraving and etching by his mentor. Dalí gained a respect for the technical details of printmaking, a respect he would maintain throughout the rest of his life. The connection between Dalí and graphic prints is in fact intricate and protracted. In his lifetime, Dalí produced just around 1,700 graphic prints. A large number of them are hand-signed, limited-edition editions. Some are regarded as some of the best prints created in the 20th century.

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