SALVADOR DALI (1904-1989)

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Signature de Dali (c. 1955) emphasizes the power of Salvador Dali's dramatic and expressive gesture. Dali created this piece during his televised appearance on "At Home with Tex & Jinx," a talk show known for its dynamic interviews of popular international figures. Although done in the spur of the moment as a gift, this painting becomes a larger than life work with nods to then emerging Abstract Expressionism and the performative nature of Action painters. Dalí’s notoriously eccentric public persona became an extension of his bizarre and striking visual art. This painting represents a moment of dramatic expression, capturing a burst of creative energy from the most celebrated figure of Surrealist art.Signature de Dali (c. 1955) emphasizes the power of Salvador Dali's dramatic and expressive gesture. Dali created this piece during his televised appearance on "At Home with Tex & Jinx," a talk show known for its dynamic interviews of popular international figures. Although done in the spur of the moment as a gift, this painting becomes a larger than life work with nods to then emerging Abstract Expressionism and the performative nature of Action painters. Dalí’s notoriously eccentric public persona became an extension of his bizarre and striking visual art. This painting represents a moment of dramatic expression, capturing a burst of creative energy from the most celebrated figure of Surrealist art.Signature de Dali (c. 1955) emphasizes the power of Salvador Dali's dramatic and expressive gesture. Dali created this piece during his televised appearance on "At Home with Tex & Jinx," a talk show known for its dynamic interviews of popular international figures. Although done in the spur of the moment as a gift, this painting becomes a larger than life work with nods to then emerging Abstract Expressionism and the performative nature of Action painters. Dalí’s notoriously eccentric public persona became an extension of his bizarre and striking visual art. This painting represents a moment of dramatic expression, capturing a burst of creative energy from the most celebrated figure of Surrealist art.Signature de Dali (c. 1955) emphasizes the power of Salvador Dali's dramatic and expressive gesture. Dali created this piece during his televised appearance on "At Home with Tex & Jinx," a talk show known for its dynamic interviews of popular international figures. Although done in the spur of the moment as a gift, this painting becomes a larger than life work with nods to then emerging Abstract Expressionism and the performative nature of Action painters. Dalí’s notoriously eccentric public persona became an extension of his bizarre and striking visual art. This painting represents a moment of dramatic expression, capturing a burst of creative energy from the most celebrated figure of Surrealist art.Signature de Dali (c. 1955) emphasizes the power of Salvador Dali's dramatic and expressive gesture. Dali created this piece during his televised appearance on "At Home with Tex & Jinx," a talk show known for its dynamic interviews of popular international figures. Although done in the spur of the moment as a gift, this painting becomes a larger than life work with nods to then emerging Abstract Expressionism and the performative nature of Action painters. Dalí’s notoriously eccentric public persona became an extension of his bizarre and striking visual art. This painting represents a moment of dramatic expression, capturing a burst of creative energy from the most celebrated figure of Surrealist art.Signature de Dali (c. 1955) emphasizes the power of Salvador Dali's dramatic and expressive gesture. Dali created this piece during his televised appearance on "At Home with Tex & Jinx," a talk show known for its dynamic interviews of popular international figures. Although done in the spur of the moment as a gift, this painting becomes a larger than life work with nods to then emerging Abstract Expressionism and the performative nature of Action painters. Dalí’s notoriously eccentric public persona became an extension of his bizarre and striking visual art. This painting represents a moment of dramatic expression, capturing a burst of creative energy from the most celebrated figure of Surrealist art.
Signature de Dalic. 195548 x 48 in. oil on canvas
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Signature de Dali (c. 1955) emphasizes the power of Salvador Dali's dramatic and expressive gesture. Dali created this piece during his televised appearance on "At Home with Tex & Jinx," a talk show known for its dynamic interviews of popular international figures. Although done in the spur of the moment as a gift, this painting becomes a larger than life work with nods to then emerging Abstract Expressionism and the performative nature of Action painters. Dalí’s notoriously eccentric public persona became an extension of his bizarre and striking visual art. This painting represents a moment of dramatic expression, capturing a burst of creative energy from the most celebrated figure of Surrealist art.
Price250,000