Dalí’s Christ of St John on the Cross

One of Dalí s most famous paintings is Christ of St John on the Cross. (1951) Considered his finest religious painting, it now hangs in Scotland’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery, in Glasgow’s...

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Salvador Dalí and Leonardo Da Vinci

Salvador Dalí was inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci, 500 years his predecessor. Born five centuries apart, these two artistic giants shared many aspects of genius.

Da Vinci was a painter,...

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Dalí Dance of Time I sculpture in Vancouver

Dalí sculpture has arrived in the centre of downtown Vancouver. Last week saw the unveiling of the Dance of Time I sculpture at Chali Rosso gallery, Vancouver’s largest art gallery of...

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A Surrealist Banquet TEFAF New York

Di Donna Galleries in New York will present ‘A Surrealist Banquet’  for the spring edition of TEFAF at  the Park Avenue Armoury from May 4th- 8th. The installation, curated by Di Donna Galleries,...

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Miss Dalí - Coming Soon

Dalí continues to inspire and energise the artistic scene; a new film about the artists’ life, more specifically his relationship  with his sister, is due for release later in 2017.

The new...

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Dalí and his Saint George and the Dragon sculpture

Around 40 years ago in 1979, New York’s Guggenheim museum presented Dalí’s first hyper-stereoscopic artworks for exhibit. In the same year in May, Dalí was elected as a member of the Académie...

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Dalí: Early Years

Dalí  is perhaps best known for work created in his later years, but it is his early years that formed him and his artistic persuasions. He was not only a painter, but also a writer, poet,...

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Beniamino Levi; My Meeting with Warhol.

Born in 1928, Beniamino Levi is an art dealer, curator, collector, art connoisseur, owner of one of the largest collections of Dalí Sculpture currently part of the Dalí...

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Dalí and his Spanish Influencers

Dalí was influenced by many artists and cultural figures during his prolific career, one of who was Federico Garcia Lorca.  It was eighty years ago in 1937, that Lorca was...

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Dalí ’s Sister’s Portrait in auction at Bonhams

Bonham’s  (  Impressionist and Modern sale on the 2nd of March will have as its highlight a portrait of Dalí’s sister, painted in 1925.  ...

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Anniversary of Salvador Dalí’s death

On the 23rd of January 1989, Dalí was laid to rest in the crypt at the Dalí Museum-Theatre in Figueras, at eighty-five years of age.  According to the Descharnes catalogue raisonee, ‘ The Hard and...

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Lobster telephone in Auction

In December 2016, the iconic white Lobster Telephone, created in 1936 was auctioned at Christies in London. The £150,000-£250,000 estimate was a conservative reminder that Salvador Dalí artworks...

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Dalí and Advertising

Dalí was fascinated with the commercial, and advertising was just one of the areas of the media he tapped into. The master of Surrealism was a shrewd businessman, he knew his image worked, he...

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Dalí and the Theatre

Dalí was fascinated with fantasy, costumes, jewelry, Hollywood and the stage. His illustrations and artworks linked to the world of theatre and musicals are numerous. Dalí worked on ballets,...

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Joann Sfar, Salvador Dalí, One Second Before Awakening

Inaugurated in 1991, under the sponsorship of the former president of France Jacques Chirac, Espace Dalí  houses Paris’s only permanent exhibition devoted to Salvador Dalí; more specifically to...

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