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Salvador Dalí Mixed Media

Spanish, 1904-1989

Instantly recognizable by his waxed, upturned mustache, the flamboyant Salvador Dalí is one of modern art’s most distinctive figures. He is also one of the icons of the 20-century avant-garde Surrealist movement, whose dreamlike images, drawn from the depths of the unconscious, he deployed in paintings, sculptures, prints and fashion, as well as in film collaborations with Luis Buñuel and Alfred Hitchcock.

Dalí was born in Figueres, Catalonia, and even as a youngster, displayed the sensitivity, sharp perception and vivid imagination that would later define his artworks. In these, he conjured childhood memories and employed religious symbols and Freudian imagery like staircases, keys and dripping candles to create unexpected, often shocking pieces.

Dalí's use of hyperrealism in conveying Surrealist symbols and concepts that subvert accepted notions of reality is epitomized in what is perhaps his most recognizable painting, The Persistence of Memory (1931), in which he depicts the fluidity of time through melting clocks, their forms inspired by Camembert cheese melting in the sun. His artistic genius, eccentric personality and eternal quest for fame made him a global celebrity.

“Each morning when I awake, I experience again a supreme pleasure,” he once said. “That of being Salvador Dalí.”

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Artist: Salvador Dalí
Jack of Hearts - limited edition porcelain plate made in France
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in New York, NY
Salvador Dali Jack of Hearts, 1967 Limited Edition Limoges Porcelain Plate. Signature Fired into Plate. Numbered with COA 9 3/4 × 9 3/4 × 3/10 inches 24.8 × 24.8 × 0.8 cm Edition 35...
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Mid-20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Mixed Media

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Ceramic, Screen, Porcelain

Queen of Hearts vintage French limited edition numbered porcelain ceramic plate
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in New York, NY
Salvador Dali Queen of Hearts, 1967 Limited Edition Limoges Porcelain Plate. Signature Fired into Plate. Numbered with COA 9 3/4 inches diameter Edition 358/2000 Artist Signature and edition Fired into Plate on front. Certificate of Authenticity with edition number from the manufacturer. Produced by Puiforcat, France This dazzling limited edition 1967 Salvador Dali porcelain plate...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Mixed Media

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Porcelain, Mixed Media, Archival Paper, Screen

Salvador Dalí – Femme à cheval - hand watercolored drypoint etching – 1969
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Varese, IT
hand watercolored drypoint etching on extremely fine Japanese paper, edited in 1969 limited edition of 145 copies water-colored , numbered in lower left corner ea ( artist proof ) si...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Mixed Media

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Paper, Watercolor, Drypoint, Etching

Salvador Dalí – La Tête ( The Head ) – hand watercolored drypoint etching – 1969
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Varese, IT
hand watercolored drypoint etching on extremely fine Japanese paper, edited in 1969 limited edition of 145 copies water-colored , numbered in lower left corner ea ( artist proof ) si...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Mixed Media

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Watercolor, Etching, Drypoint, Paper

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Salvador Dalí – La Femme au fouet – hand watercolored drypoint etching – 1969
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Varese, IT
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Mixed Media

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By Salvador Dalí­
Located in New Orleans, LA
Salvador Dalí 1904-1989 Spanish Two of Swords Signed “Dalí” (upper right) Gouache on photographic background Representing a unique blend of spiritualism and Surrealism, this gouache hails from Salvador Dalí’s fascinating and highly inventive deck of custom-made tarot cards. The original commission for the design came from Albert Broccoli, the producer of the James Bond film Live and Let Die, who sought a tarot card deck to use in the film. Though the contractual deal eventually fell through, Dalí continued the project of his own accord, largely thanks to the inspiration of his wife Gala, who had an interest in mysticism. The Surrealist maestro drew upon a number of influences to complete the deck, which comprised 78 cards in total — 22 major arcana and 56 minor. His own self-portrait served as the Magician card, while his beloved wife Gala naturally posed for the Empress. Jan Gossaert’s 1516 Renaissance work Neptune and Amphitrite was the basis for the Lovers card, while the Queen of Cups card represents a fascinating marriage of Duchamp’s iconic Mona Lisa remix, L.H.O.O.Q., with a portrait of Elizabeth of Austria. The iconography of the deck is as eclectic as one would expect from the Surrealist master; it is little wonder that it took him 10 years to complete the project. The present gouache is among the original 56 minor arcana cards, this one depicting the Two of Swords. Traditionally depicting a blindfolded woman balancing a sword in each hand, the Two of Swords card represents rational decision-making, intuition and self-discipline. When one draws this card, it indicates a need for reflection rather than action — to look inward for direction and conviction in one’s own judgment. Reversed, the card suggests indecision in the face of a difficult choice. Dalí reimagines the traditional visual elements of this card, modeling it after a 12th-century German manuscript illumination depicting Saint Mark writing his Gospel, his quill replaced with swords. A crescent moon, representing cyclical change, floats above the figure, and below is a bull containing a drawing of the sea, symbolizing our deepest thoughts and feelings. After Dalí completed his deck, the original cards were assembled and published in a limited art edition in 1984. While a number of editions have since been printed of the cards, the present Two of Swords is the artist’s original gouache and collage creation. Born in Catalonia in 1904, Dalí was formally educated in the fine arts in Madrid, particularly falling under the influence of the Impressionists and the Renaissance masters. He became associated with the Madrid avant-garde group Ultrae at a young age, though he eventually grew more acquainted with avant-garde movements such as Cubism, Dada and Futurism. By the late 1920s, his mature Surrealist style had already begun to emerge, and in 1929 he officially burst onto the avant-garde art scene with his Un Chien Andalou, a short film he made with Spanish director Luis Buñuel. Today, he is remembered as one of the most legendary and significant contributors to Surrealism. His Persistence of Memory, with its melting clocks, is arguably the most recognizable painting of the movement. Two museums — one in St. Petersburg, Florida and another in Catalonia — are entirely devoted to his oeuvre; other important works by the artist can be found in the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Art Institute of Chicago, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.), among many others. The Archives Descharnes have confirmed the authenticity of this work under the reference number d4861. It is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Circa 1971 Card: 12 1/2" high x 9 3/8" wide Frame: 29 3/8" high x 25 7/8" wide Provenance: Gertrude Stein Gallery, New York. Opera Gallery, London. Matsart, Jerusalem, International Fine Art sale...
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Salvador Dalí ( 1904 – 1989 ) – The Shepherd – hand-signed etching with stencil
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Salvador Dalí ( 1904 – 1989 ) – Aphrodite – hand-signed mixed media etching
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Salvador Dalí – Femme au cochon ( Woman with Pig ) – hand watercolored drypoint
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Salvador Dalí – Tête de veau ( Calf’s Head ) – hand watercolored drypoint etchin
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Salvador Dalí – Cavalier et la morte ( Knight and Death ) – hand watercolored dr
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Salvador Dalí– Le Buste ( The Bust ) – hand watercolored drypoint etching
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Salvador Dalí – Vieux Faust ( Old Faust ) – hand watercolored drypoint etching
By Salvador Dalí­
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Salvador Dalí – Femmes poules ( Hen Women ) – hand watercolored drypoint etchin
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Salvador Dalí mixed media for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Salvador Dalí mixed media available for sale on 1stDibs. You can also browse by medium to find art by Salvador Dalí in ceramic, etching, paper and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the Surrealist style. Not every interior allows for large Salvador Dalí mixed media, so small editions measuring 15 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Jolynn Reigeluth, Eduardo Arranz-Bravo, and Roberto Matta. Salvador Dalí mixed media prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $2,747 and tops out at $2,800, while the average work can sell for $2,774.
Questions About Salvador Dalí Mixed Media
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Salvador Dali did create jewelry. Dali liked to explore different art mediums and jewelry definitely caught his fancy at one point in his life. His jewelry pieces were works of art in themselves and not mass produced—it was more like wearable miniature art. On 1stDibs, find a variety of original artwork from top artists.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Salvador Dalí made sculptures. Salvador Dalí was known for his work in Surrealism and his work spans a multitude of repertoires including painting, graphic art, film, photography and sculpture. Some of Salvador Dalí’s most famous sculptures include Lobster Telephone and Mae West Lips Sofa. Shop a selection of Salvador Dali art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    After Dali was forced into involuntary retirement, fake prints flooded the market. Very few of Dali’s works were signed after 1980. Arjomari paper, the paper on which Dali worked, changed their mark by adding an infinity symbol. So if you see the infinity symbol and Dali’s signature, the print is a fake. On 1stDibs, find a collection of Salvador Dali’s pieces from some of the world’s top sellers.

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