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Romeo And Juliet by Salvador Dalí

Romeo And Juliet by Salvador Dalí

Clifton Gallery



Edition Size: 150

Sheet Size: 33.5 x 25.5 cm


Condition: Excellent

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Romeo And Juliet

by Salvador Dali

Romeo and Juliet is a colour etching from the Much Ado About Shakespeare series of 15 etchings on Japan paper printed in 1968. Dali created the etching with energy and feeling to convey how Shakespeare wrote about the characters.

Inscribed EA (Épreuve d’artiste or artist proof) and signed in pencil by Dali aside from the edition of 150 etchings.

Measures 33.5 x 25.5 cm.

Unframed and stored flat.

Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was an iconic Surrealist artist famous for creative, dreamy imagery of subjects displayed in wonderful ways. The eccentric and flamboyant artist worked with paint, photography and sculpture as well as film, graphic art, fashion and writing. Dali exhibited throughout his life, enjoyed a long and successful career and his work is found in major international collections and museums.



The Artist

Salvador Dalí

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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