Dalí | Monograph

The keys for understanding the work of Dalí with an accessible and chronological content and more than 50 high quality reproductions.

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Salvador Dalí
Topics
Fine arts

Description

This series of books help the general reader discover the world of one of the greatest artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries based on a selection of iconic works taken mainly from the prestigious collection of the Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Pompidou.
Dalí remains a paradoxical artist. Known for his unprecedented way to explore and represent the unconscious on inimitable paintings, he truly left his mark on the history of surrealism. Extravagant and seen as crazy by most people, Dalí remains a controversial artist, often criticized for his ham acting, his love of money and his provocative political position. Dalí is by nature an anti-hero.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Jean-Michel Bouhours
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
18,5 cm x 18,5 cm x 7 mm
Publication year
2012
Number of pages
96
Number of illustrations
60
EAN
9782844265913

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