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Salvador Dali (1904-1989)
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(Rhino Horns) from the Florals Series
 Salvador Dali 

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American Clock (Timeless Statue) from Time
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Barometer Woman (Barometer) from Time
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Caballero
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Carmen, 70-1-O
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Courtesan from Papillon Anciennes
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Courtier from Papillon Anciennes
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Dawn from Papillon Anciennes
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Desert Watch (Desert Jewel) from Time
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Elijah and the Chariot
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Enigma of the Rose (Death) from Visions Surrealiste
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Helen of Troy from Homage a Homere
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L'Ampoule incandesence from Homage to Leonardo
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La Transfigurazione from Les Vitraux
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Le Legacy from Historia de Don Quichotte de la
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Lincoln in Dalivision
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Mystery of Sleep (The Hermit) from Visions Surrealiste
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Nu a la Guitarre (Serenade) from the Nudes Suite
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Nu After Dali
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Obsession of the Heart (The World) from Visions
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Pastorale
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Renaissance from Papillon Anciennes
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Return of Ulysses from Homage a Homere
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The Coronation of Gala (The Empress) from Visions Surrealiste
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The Lady Dulcinea from Historia de Don Quichotte de la Mancha
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The Ten Commandments (Platinum Edition)
 Salvador Dali 

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Biography

Born in Figueras, Spain, Salvador Dali first studied at the cole des Beaux Arts in Madrid and was influenced by Metaphysical painters de Chirico and Carra while there. Beginning in 1927, Dali exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, earning a reputation for being one of the most promising younger painters. A visit to Paris in 1928 brought Dali into contact with Picasso and the Surrealists Miro, Masson, Ernst, Tanguy and Andr, Breton; shortly thereafter, his first exhibition brought Dali firmly into the Surrealist movement where he was a leading figure during the next ten years.

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