Portrait - framed

Dalí, Salvador

  • Calligraphic drawing, printed in phosphor ink
  • 1984
  • Publisher: Collectors Club Vienna - Printer: Jaffé, Vienna
  • with white wooden frame

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Traditionally, calligraphy stood for the art of writing beautifully.
Artists such as Dalí experimented with calligraphy pens in graphic works and thus developed a personal drawing style.
The phosphor ink used for printing achieves a high-quality print that optimally reflects the calligraphic style.

  • Spanish painter, draftsman, etcher, filmmaker, photographer; designer of jewelery, furniture, decors and costumes for ballet and film; furthermore writer of film scenarios, novels and, especially polemic, essays.
  • Salvador Dalí belongs to the surrealism style
  • Excellent trompe-l'oel technique and a refined use of the perspective.
  • Salvador Dalí's paintings are characterized by remarkable performances that have been accurately portrayed. Particularly up to ad absurdum performed double images and rhyme play an important role.
Technique: Drawing
Surface: Carson art paper
Year: 1984
Signed: Number in print
Image Size: 11,5 x 7,0 cm
Total Size: 19,8 x 80,3 cm
Primary Color: Blue
Size: Medium (60-120 cm)

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