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Combat de Cavaliers

Salvador Dalí (Figueres 1904 - Figueres 1989)


Combat de Cavaliers

Lot-No. 195

Proceeds : 1.900,00 €


1971, etching in colours a. aquatint, 32,5 x 52 cm, lo. ri. sign. Dalí, lo. le. inscribed Epreuve d'artiste, matted a. framed under glass, uninspected out of frame. - From the series 'Calderon, la vie est un songe'. - Literature: Cat. rais.: Michler/Löpsinger 516. - Multitalented spanish artist, main exponent of surrealism. He studied at the Madrid Academy a. was initially influenced by the 'pittura metafisica' of de Chirico a. Carrà. During a Paris trip in 1929 he affiliated at the surrealist A. Breton. Freuds theories of interpretation of dreams fostered D.s inclinattion to the fantastac a. surreal. Some of his motifs are among the most famous a. popular creations of modern art.

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Salvador Dalí: Combat de Cavaliers


Salvador Dalí (Figueres 1904 - Figueres 1989)

Combat de Cavaliers

Lot-No. 195

Proceeds : 1.900,00 €

Print

1971, etching in colours a. aquatint, 32,5 x 52 cm, lo. ri. sign. Dalí, lo. le. inscribed Epreuve d'artiste, matted a. framed under glass, uninspected out of frame. - From the series 'Calderon, la vie est un songe'. - Literature: Cat. rais.: Michler/Löpsinger 516. - Multitalented spanish artist, main exponent of surrealism. He studied at the Madrid Academy a. was initially influenced by the 'pittura metafisica' of de Chirico a. Carrà. During a Paris trip in 1929 he affiliated at the surrealist A. Breton. Freuds theories of interpretation of dreams fostered D.s inclinattion to the fantastac a. surreal. Some of his motifs are among the most famous a. popular creations of modern art.

Combat de Cavaliers