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Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

One of the most recognizable names in 20th-century art, Spanish printmaker, painter, photographer and sculptor Salvador Dalí (1904–89) forged a distinctive approach to dreamlike imagery in his work, a practice buoyed by his bombastic public persona.

Although after moving to Paris in 1929 he collaborated with Surrealists, including Spanish director Luis Buñuel on the film Un Chien Andalou (1929), Dalí was more interested in taking his own route in referencing the style of Old Masters in otherworldly work that was steeped in symbolism. Eggs, eyes, crutches, keys and other recurring motifs reflected on how creativity could open gateways to the unconscious. Now-iconic images, like the dripping clocks in the famed painting The Persistence of Memory (1931) and the Lobster Telephone (1936), a Surrealist object commissioned by British poet and arts patron Edward James, played with expectations for reality and hinted at the subversive thoughts of the psyche.

Dalí brought that same unconventional spirit to his printmaking, which he mainly engaged with between the 1930s and 1970s. His experiments included using a 15th-century musket to fire bullets of printer’s ink at lithography stones, leaving chaotic splatters. He employed a rhinoceros horn filled with bread soaked in ink to produce sloshes on the stones as well as materials such as sea urchins, gravel and eggs, their unpredictable patterns giving the resulting prints a performative feel.

While many of his etchings, engravings, lithographs and woodcuts were stand-alone works of art, he also regularly partnered with publishers on books. For a 1946 edition of Miguel de Cervantes’s Don Quixote De La Mancha, Dalí created drawings and watercolors with the Spanish hero tilting at chimerical windmills and riding a horse formed from a tangle of frenetic lines. For a 1969 edition of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, he made 12 vibrant heliogravures, with the Persistence of Memory clock making an unearthly appearance at the Mad Tea-Party. Dalí’s illustrations gave the recipes for gargantuan towers and chickens splayed like sacrifices in the 1973 Les Dîners de Gala — named for his wife and muse, Gala — a hedonistic eroticism.

These publications brought Dalí’s hypnagogic imagery to a broader audience, yet his later habit of presigning blank paper for his prints led to rampant forgeries in the 1980s and ’90s. Still, this recognition of the power of marketing his work widely while maintaining a distinct vision has paved the way for contemporary artists such as Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst, who similarly merge the uncanny with the commercial.

On 1stDibs, browse a collection of Salvador Dalí prints, including figurative prints, nude prints and other works on paper.

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Artist: Salvador Dalí
Salvador Dali Zodiac Surrealist Celestial Astrology Astral Spiritual Cool Signed
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac Full Portfolio of 13 Original Lithographs" created by Salvador Dali. In 1967, famed surrealist artist Salvador Dali illustrated a portfolio depicting ...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Ink, Lithograph

Salvador Girafe en feu Salvador Dali jungle (Salvador La jungle humaine)
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Salvador Girafe en feu/Salvador Dali (Salvador La jungle humaine): A 1976 lithograph Dali's "Le Jungle Humaine" suite. This work is hand signed and numbered and printed on Arches pap...
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1970s Pop Art Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Paper, Lithograph

Tauramachie Surrealiste The Giraffe on Fire
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Tauramachie Surrealiste The Giraffe on Fire MEDIUM: Etching SIGNED: Hand Signed EDITION NUMBER: LXIV/C MEASUREMENTS: 20" x 26" YEAR: 1970 FRAMED...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Rhinoceros, Tribute to Albrecht DURER - Signed lithograph poster (Gaspar #1503)
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Paris, FR
Salvador Dali (1904-1989) Rhinoceros, Tribute to Albrecht DURER, 1971 Original lithograph Signed in pencil Numbered / 300 On Guarro vellum 76 x 56.5 cm (c. 30 x 22 in) REFERENCE : ...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Salvador Dali signed coloured lithograph 'La Chimère d'Horace', 1970, 189/250
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Petworth, West Sussex
Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904-1989) La Chimère d'Horace (Field 72-6H; M&L 1270a), 1970/2 Lithograph printed in colours Signed and numbered in pencil`189/250 Dali’ (lower edge) 24 x 1...
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20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Salvador Dali signed lithograph 'Capricorn from the Zodiac II', 1975, `68/250
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Petworth, West Sussex
Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904-1989) Capricorn from The Zodiac II, 1975 Lithograph Signed and numbered `68/250 Dali’ (lower edge) 12.3/4 x 9.1/2 in. (32.4 x 24.2 cm.) Reference: Field ...
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20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

La Fontaine's Bestiary, The Lion's Court - Original etching, HANDSIGNED, 1974
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Paris, FR
Salvador Dali The Lion's Court, 1974 Original drypoint etching with stencil enhancement (Atelier Rigal) Signed in pencil Limited to 250 copies (Here numbered 183) On Arches vellum ...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Engraving

Pegasus
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in New York, NY
A very good impression of this etching and engraving with color aquatint. Signed, dated and numbered 132/150 in pencil by Dali. Published by Argillet, Paris. From "Mythologie." Cat...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Color, Engraving, Etching, Aquatint

The horse and the wolf - Original etching, HANDSIGNED, 1974
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Paris, FR
Salvador Dali The horse and the wolf, 1974 Original drypoint etching with stencil enhancement (Atelier Rigal) Signed in pencil Limited to 250 copies (Here numbered 183) On Arches v...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Engraving

Divine Comedy Hell Canto 12 Decomposition (2 Pieces)
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: Divine Comedy Hell Canto 12 Decomposition (2 pieces) Medium: Woodcut Measurements: 10.5" x 13" each piece Condition: Excellent. This piece has been s...
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Mid-20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Woodcut

La Fontaine's Bestiary, The crow and the fox -Original etching, HANDSIGNED, 1974
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Paris, FR
Salvador Dali The crow and the fox, 1974 Original drypoint etching with stencil enhancement (Atelier Rigal) Signed in pencil Limited to 250 copies (Here numbered 183) On Arches vel...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Engraving

Surrealistic elephant - Original etching, HANDSIGNED, 1974
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Paris, FR
Salvador Dali Surrealistic elephant (or Animals Sick of the Plague), 1974 Original drypoint etching with stencil enhancement (Atelier Rigal) Signed in pencil Limited to 250 copies ...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Engraving

Surrealistic rhinoceros - Original etching, HANDSIGNED, 1974
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Paris, FR
Salvador Dali Surrealistic Rhinoceros (or Jupiter's Elephant and Monkey), 1974 Original drypoint etching with stencil enhancement (Atelier Rigal) Signed in pencil Limited to 250 co...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Engraving

Salvador Dali - Cherries - Original Hand-Signed Lithograph
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
Salvador Dali - Cherries - Original Hand-Signed Lithograph Dimensions: P. 57 x 37 cm Sheet: 75 x 56 cm Handsigned Edition: EC.d (collaborator edition "d") Excellent Condition Refer...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Salvador Dali - Don Quixote and Sancho - Original Hand Signed Etching
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
Rare Original Etching by Salvador Dali Title: Don Quixote and Sancho Signed Dimensions: 76 x 56 cm Edition of 200 on Auvergne 1980 References : Field 68-1 / Michler & Lopsinger 266
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1980s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Rhinoceros, Tribute to Albrecht DURER - Original lithograph poster (Gaspar #1503
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Paris, FR
Salvador Dali (1904-1989) Rhinoceros, Tribute to Albrecht DURER, 1971 Original lithograph Printed signature in the plate On paper 76 x 56.5 cm (c. 30 x 22 in) REFERENCE : Catalog r...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Chevalier Royal de L’Apocalypse
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Chevalier Royal de L'Apocalypse MEDIUM: Etching SIGNED: Hand Signed EDITION NUMBER: 32/100 MEASUREMENTS: 20" x 25.75" YEAR: 1972 FRAMED: No COND...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n13
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'Le Cheval et le Loup', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 22.9 x 30.8 in. (58 x 78 cm.) Edition of 250 Unframed ID: DAL2001-013 Hand-signed by author It appears reviewed in the catalog raisonné: The official catalog of the graphic works of Salvador Dalí. Albert Field. Page: 2/93. Nr. 74-1 L. ______________________________________________________ Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech was a Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver, set designer and writer of the 20th century. An artist associated with surrealism, he is one of the most important figures in 20th century art, representing the archetype of the spectacular contemporary multifaceted artist. He develops his creative activity in various fields through the most diverse cultural formulas: painting, written media, performing arts, cinema, or public appearances in the press, radio, cinema, advertising, television, etc. Master of the most refined pictorial technique, especially drawing, along with various aesthetic languages - from impressionism, cubism, purism or late ultraism with Dadaist edges to the most radical surrealism, hyperrealism, pop-art or art optical—, will absorb every influence that is useful to build its own and personal language, halfway between technical tradition and thematic avant-garde. His paranoid-critical method is his main contribution to the surrealist movement and to the history of art as a new creative model with which Dalí's theories acquire theoretical entity - thanks to the successive interpretations that the Empordà artist made of his readings of Dalí's work. Sigmund Freud—and practice, applying it as a revealing liquid of images that can be represented plastically through multiple images, anamorphisms, relational mirages, irrational and heterogeneous symbolic images, pseudohallucinations, childhood memories, atavisms, obsessive ideas, etc., and recreating a polyphonic method capable of critically relating any visual or sensitive experience. With his method, Dalí makes paranoid delirium a whole mode of expression of an art that introduces us to the concrete irrationality that inhabits every creative process, constructing not only his works, but also his own character. as an artist. In Dalí, the relationship between his work and his personal history becomes evident. Much of the most significant biographical facts for the artist are implicitly or explicitly present in the content of his work and are the explanation of his complex and contradictory personality. In 1910, at the age of 6, he was enrolled by his father in the Hispano-French school of the Immaculate Conception of Figueres, where he learned French, his future language of culture. Dalí's first contact with Impressionism occurred in 1916, when he spent some time on the outskirts of Figueres, specifically at the Molí de la Torre estate, property of the Pichot family (intellectuals and artists), where he was the collection of the painter Ramón Pichot. In 1919 he participated for the first time in a group exhibition in the halls of the Societat de Concerts, and with a group of friends from the institute founded the magazine Studium, in which he published his first writings. A year later he moved to Madrid to study at the School of Fine Arts. In 1922 he won his first prize at the Concurs-exposició d'obres d'art originals d'students, held at the Galeries Dalmau (Barcelona). This same year he attended the School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving in Madrid (Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando), and lived in the Student Residence, where he became friends with prominent personalities such as Luis Buñuel, Federico García Lorca, Pedro Garfias , Eugenio Montes, or Pepín Bello. However, a year later he was expelled from the Academy for his rebellious and revolutionary character, accused of leading a protest. It would be in 1927 when his surrealist period began, after having traveled to the Netherlands and France, meeting Flemish painters and Picasso. In Paris itself, in 1929, through Joan Miró, he came into contact with a group of surrealists headed...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper, Aquatint

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n16
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'Jinete apocalíptico', 1974 dry point, etching on paper 22.3 x 30.4 in. (56.5 x 77 cm.) Edition of 175 Unframed ID: DAL2001-016 Hand-signed by author ______________________________________________________ Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech was a Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver, set designer and writer of the 20th century. An artist associated with surrealism, he is one of the most important figures in 20th century art, representing the archetype of the spectacular contemporary multifaceted artist. He develops his creative activity in various fields through the most diverse cultural formulas: painting, written media, performing arts, cinema, or public appearances in the press, radio, cinema, advertising, television, etc. Master of the most refined pictorial technique, especially drawing, along with various aesthetic languages - from impressionism, cubism, purism or late ultraism with Dadaist edges to the most radical surrealism, hyperrealism, pop-art or art optical—, will absorb every influence that is useful to build its own and personal language, halfway between technical tradition and thematic avant-garde. His paranoid-critical method is his main contribution to the surrealist movement and to the history of art as a new creative model with which Dalí's theories acquire theoretical entity - thanks to the successive interpretations that the Empordà artist made of his readings of Dalí's work. Sigmund Freud—and practice, applying it as a revealing liquid of images that can be represented plastically through multiple images, anamorphisms, relational mirages, irrational and heterogeneous symbolic images, pseudohallucinations, childhood memories, atavisms, obsessive ideas, etc., and recreating a polyphonic method capable of critically relating any visual or sensitive experience. With his method, Dalí makes paranoid delirium a whole mode of expression of an art that introduces us to the concrete irrationality that inhabits every creative process, constructing not only his works, but also his own character. as an artist. In Dalí, the relationship between his work and his personal history becomes evident. Much of the most significant biographical facts for the artist are implicitly or explicitly present in the content of his work and are the explanation of his complex and contradictory personality. In 1910, at the age of 6, he was enrolled by his father in the Hispano-French school of the Immaculate Conception of Figueres, where he learned French, his future language of culture. Dalí's first contact with Impressionism occurred in 1916, when he spent some time on the outskirts of Figueres, specifically at the Molí de la Torre estate, property of the Pichot family (intellectuals and artists), where he was the collection of the painter Ramón Pichot. In 1919 he participated for the first time in a group exhibition in the halls of the Societat de Concerts, and with a group of friends from the institute founded the magazine Studium, in which he published his first writings. A year later he moved to Madrid to study at the School of Fine Arts. In 1922 he won his first prize at the Concurs-exposició d'obres d'art originals d'students, held at the Galeries Dalmau (Barcelona). This same year he attended the School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving in Madrid (Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando), and lived in the Student Residence, where he became friends with prominent personalities such as Luis Buñuel, Federico García Lorca, Pedro Garfias , Eugenio Montes, or Pepín Bello. However, a year later he was expelled from the Academy for his rebellious and revolutionary character, accused of leading a protest. It would be in 1927 when his surrealist period began, after having traveled to the Netherlands and France, meeting Flemish painters and Picasso. In Paris itself, in 1929, through Joan Miró, he came into contact with a group of surrealists headed...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Paper, Drypoint, Etching

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n15
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'Le Coche et le Mouche', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 22.9 x 30.4 in. (58 x 77 cm.) Edition of 250 U...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper, Aquatint

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'Homage to the horse (The white stallion – Huldigrung an das Pferd)', ca.1970-1989 dry point on japanese paper 22.3 x 30.4 in. (56.5 x 77 cm.) Editio...
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper

Salvador Dali, Le Girafe en Feu (Giraffe Afire) from Le Jungle Humaine
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Chatsworth, CA
This piece is a lithograph from the original ink drawing with added color. It is from Dali's suite of 6 lithographs entitled "Le Jungle Humaine", which he created in 1976. This piece...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n11
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La Cerf Malade', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 30.6 x 22.9 in. (77.5 x 58 cm.) Edition of 250 Unfram...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper, Aquatint

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n12
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La Cerf se voyant dans l’eau', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 30.6 x 22.7 in. (77.5 x 57.5 cm.) Editi...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper, Aquatint

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n14
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'Les Animaux Malades de la Peste', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 22.9 x 30.4 in. (58 x 77 cm.) Editio...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper, Aquatint

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n7
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La Cour du Lion', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 30.6 x 22.7 in. (77.5 x 57.5 cm.) Edition of 250 Unframed ID: DAL2001-007 Hand-signed by author It appears reviewed in the catalog raisonné: The official catalog of the graphic works of Salvador Dalí. Albert Field. Page: 2/93. Nr. 74-1 J. ______________________________________________________ Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech was a Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver, set designer and writer of the 20th century. An artist associated with surrealism, he is one of the most important figures in 20th century art, representing the archetype of the spectacular contemporary multifaceted artist. He develops his creative activity in various fields through the most diverse cultural formulas: painting, written media, performing arts, cinema, or public appearances in the press, radio, cinema, advertising, television, etc. Master of the most refined pictorial technique, especially drawing, along with various aesthetic languages - from impressionism, cubism, purism or late ultraism with Dadaist edges to the most radical surrealism, hyperrealism, pop-art or art optical—, will absorb every influence that is useful to build its own and personal language, halfway between technical tradition and thematic avant-garde. His paranoid-critical method is his main contribution to the surrealist movement and to the history of art as a new creative model with which Dalí's theories acquire theoretical entity - thanks to the successive interpretations that the Empordà artist made of his readings of Dalí's work. Sigmund Freud—and practice, applying it as a revealing liquid of images that can be represented plastically through multiple images, anamorphisms, relational mirages, irrational and heterogeneous symbolic images, pseudohallucinations, childhood memories, atavisms, obsessive ideas, etc., and recreating a polyphonic method capable of critically relating any visual or sensitive experience. With his method, Dalí makes paranoid delirium a whole mode of expression of an art that introduces us to the concrete irrationality that inhabits every creative process, constructing not only his works, but also his own character. as an artist. In Dalí, the relationship between his work and his personal history becomes evident. Much of the most significant biographical facts for the artist are implicitly or explicitly present in the content of his work and are the explanation of his complex and contradictory personality. In 1910, at the age of 6, he was enrolled by his father in the Hispano-French school of the Immaculate Conception of Figueres, where he learned French, his future language of culture. Dalí's first contact with Impressionism occurred in 1916, when he spent some time on the outskirts of Figueres, specifically at the Molí de la Torre estate, property of the Pichot family (intellectuals and artists), where he was the collection of the painter Ramón Pichot. In 1919 he participated for the first time in a group exhibition in the halls of the Societat de Concerts, and with a group of friends from the institute founded the magazine Studium, in which he published his first writings. A year later he moved to Madrid to study at the School of Fine Arts. In 1922 he won his first prize at the Concurs-exposició d'obres d'art originals d'students, held at the Galeries Dalmau (Barcelona). This same year he attended the School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving in Madrid (Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando), and lived in the Student Residence, where he became friends with prominent personalities such as Luis Buñuel, Federico García Lorca, Pedro Garfias , Eugenio Montes, or Pepín Bello. However, a year later he was expelled from the Academy for his rebellious and revolutionary character, accused of leading a protest. It would be in 1927 when his surrealist period began, after having traveled to the Netherlands and France, meeting Flemish painters and Picasso. In Paris itself, in 1929, through Joan Miró, he came into contact with a group of surrealists headed...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper, Aquatint

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print cromolithograph n3
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La conquête du cosmos. Dali martien muni d’un double microscope holo-électronique', ca.1970-1989 cromolithograph, dry point on paper Rives BFK 300 g...
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n6
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'L’Elephant et le singe de Jupiter', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 22.9 x 30.8 in. (58 x 78 cm.) Edition of 250 Unframed ID: DAL2001-006 Hand-signed by author It appears reviewed in the catalog raisonné: The official catalog of the graphic works of Salvador Dalí. Albert Field. Page: 2/93. Nr. 74-1 B. ______________________________________________________ Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech was a Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver, set designer and writer of the 20th century. An artist associated with surrealism, he is one of the most important figures in 20th century art, representing the archetype of the spectacular contemporary multifaceted artist. He develops his creative activity in various fields through the most diverse cultural formulas: painting, written media, performing arts, cinema, or public appearances in the press, radio, cinema, advertising, television, etc. Master of the most refined pictorial technique, especially drawing, along with various aesthetic languages - from impressionism, cubism, purism or late ultraism with Dadaist edges to the most radical surrealism, hyperrealism, pop-art or art optical—, will absorb every influence that is useful to build its own and personal language, halfway between technical tradition and thematic avant-garde. His paranoid-critical method is his main contribution to the surrealist movement and to the history of art as a new creative model with which Dalí's theories acquire theoretical entity - thanks to the successive interpretations that the Empordà artist made of his readings of Dalí's work. Sigmund Freud—and practice, applying it as a revealing liquid of images that can be represented plastically through multiple images, anamorphisms, relational mirages, irrational and heterogeneous symbolic images, pseudohallucinations, childhood memories, atavisms, obsessive ideas, etc., and recreating a polyphonic method capable of critically relating any visual or sensitive experience. With his method, Dalí makes paranoid delirium a whole mode of expression of an art that introduces us to the concrete irrationality that inhabits every creative process, constructing not only his works, but also his own character. as an artist. In Dalí, the relationship between his work and his personal history becomes evident. Much of the most significant biographical facts for the artist are implicitly or explicitly present in the content of his work and are the explanation of his complex and contradictory personality. In 1910, at the age of 6, he was enrolled by his father in the Hispano-French school of the Immaculate Conception of Figueres, where he learned French, his future language of culture. Dalí's first contact with Impressionism occurred in 1916, when he spent some time on the outskirts of Figueres, specifically at the Molí de la Torre estate, property of the Pichot family (intellectuals and artists), where he was the collection of the painter Ramón Pichot. In 1919 he participated for the first time in a group exhibition in the halls of the Societat de Concerts, and with a group of friends from the institute founded the magazine Studium, in which he published his first writings. A year later he moved to Madrid to study at the School of Fine Arts. In 1922 he won his first prize at the Concurs-exposició d'obres d'art originals d'students, held at the Galeries Dalmau (Barcelona). This same year he attended the School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving in Madrid (Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando), and lived in the Student Residence, where he became friends with prominent personalities such as Luis Buñuel, Federico García Lorca, Pedro Garfias , Eugenio Montes, or Pepín Bello. However, a year later he was expelled from the Academy for his rebellious and revolutionary character, accused of leading a protest. It would be in 1927 when his surrealist period began, after having traveled to the Netherlands and France, meeting Flemish painters and Picasso. In Paris itself, in 1929, through Joan Miró, he came into contact with a group of surrealists headed...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Aquatint, Paper

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n9
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'Le Singe et le Léopard', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 30.8 x 22.7 in. (78 x 57.5 cm.) Edition of 25...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Paper, Aquatint

Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n8
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La Cour du Lion', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 30.8 x 22.9 in. (78 x 58 cm.) Edition of 250 Unframed ID: DAL2001-008 Hand-signed by author It appears reviewed in the catalog raisonné: The official catalog of the graphic works of Salvador Dalí. Albert Field. Page: 2/93. Nr. 74-1 C. ______________________________________________________ Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech was a Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver, set designer and writer of the 20th century. An artist associated with surrealism, he is one of the most important figures in 20th century art, representing the archetype of the spectacular contemporary multifaceted artist. He develops his creative activity in various fields through the most diverse cultural formulas: painting, written media, performing arts, cinema, or public appearances in the press, radio, cinema, advertising, television, etc. Master of the most refined pictorial technique, especially drawing, along with various aesthetic languages - from impressionism, cubism, purism or late ultraism with Dadaist edges to the most radical surrealism, hyperrealism, pop-art or art optical—, will absorb every influence that is useful to build its own and personal language, halfway between technical tradition and thematic avant-garde. His paranoid-critical method is his main contribution to the surrealist movement and to the history of art as a new creative model with which Dalí's theories acquire theoretical entity - thanks to the successive interpretations that the Empordà artist made of his readings of Dalí's work. Sigmund Freud—and practice, applying it as a revealing liquid of images that can be represented plastically through multiple images, anamorphisms, relational mirages, irrational and heterogeneous symbolic images, pseudohallucinations, childhood memories, atavisms, obsessive ideas, etc., and recreating a polyphonic method capable of critically relating any visual or sensitive experience. With his method, Dalí makes paranoid delirium a whole mode of expression of an art that introduces us to the concrete irrationality that inhabits every creative process, constructing not only his works, but also his own character. as an artist. In Dalí, the relationship between his work and his personal history becomes evident. Much of the most significant biographical facts for the artist are implicitly or explicitly present in the content of his work and are the explanation of his complex and contradictory personality. In 1910, at the age of 6, he was enrolled by his father in the Hispano-French school of the Immaculate Conception of Figueres, where he learned French, his future language of culture. Dalí's first contact with Impressionism occurred in 1916, when he spent some time on the outskirts of Figueres, specifically at the Molí de la Torre estate, property of the Pichot family (intellectuals and artists), where he was the collection of the painter Ramón Pichot. In 1919 he participated for the first time in a group exhibition in the halls of the Societat de Concerts, and with a group of friends from the institute founded the magazine Studium, in which he published his first writings. A year later he moved to Madrid to study at the School of Fine Arts. In 1922 he won his first prize at the Concurs-exposició d'obres d'art originals d'students, held at the Galeries Dalmau (Barcelona). This same year he attended the School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving in Madrid (Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando), and lived in the Student Residence, where he became friends with prominent personalities such as Luis Buñuel, Federico García Lorca, Pedro Garfias , Eugenio Montes, or Pepín Bello. However, a year later he was expelled from the Academy for his rebellious and revolutionary character, accused of leading a protest. It would be in 1927 when his surrealist period began, after having traveled to the Netherlands and France, meeting Flemish painters and Picasso. In Paris itself, in 1929, through Joan Miró, he came into contact with a group of surrealists headed...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print drypoint n10
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La Chêne et le Roseau', 1974 Serie: Le Bestiaire de La Fontaine dry point, aquatint on japanese paper 30.9 x 22.7 in. (78.4 x 57.5 cm.) Edition of 2...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print cromolithograph n1
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La conquête du cosmos. Le Caducée de Mars alimenté par la boule de feu de Jupiter', ca. 1970-1989 cromolithograph, dry point on paper Rives BFK 300 ...
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print cromolithograph n2
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La conquête du cosmos. Philosophe écrasé par le Cosmos', ca.1970-1989 cromolithograph, dry point on paper Rives BFK 300 g. 39.2 x 27.6 in. (99.5 x 7...
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Spanish Artist hand signed limited edition original art print cromolithograph n4
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Miami, FL
Salvador Dali (Spain, 1904-1989) 'La conquête du cosmos. Vision planétaire et scatologique', ca.1970-1989 cromolithograph, dry point on paper Rives BFK 300 g. 39.2 x 27.4 in. (99.5 x...
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Paper, Drypoint

St. George and The Dragon
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: St. George and The Dragon MEDIUM: Lithograph SIGNED: Hand Signed EDITION NUMBER: 227/250 MEASUREMENTS: 30" x 22" YEAR: 1973 FRAMED: No CONDITION...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Surrealist Salvador Dali Large Pochoir Etching Drypoint Lithograph Chariot Rider
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Surfside, FL
Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) – Spanish painter, graphic artist and sculptor. Drypoint with etching and pochoir on Japon paper "Elijah and the Chariot," 1975, (Horse and rider) from the "Our Historical Heritage" suite. Pencil signed along the lower right and numbered 53/250 along the lower left. Literature: Field 75-4 J Framed; Height: 29 in x width: 35 in. Mat opening 19.5 X 25.5. The Spanish artist’s extensive oeuvre not only includes watercolors, drawings and sculptures but also tapestries; here a fine example from the limited edition ‘The Twelve Tribes of Israel’ The tapestry was created after an etching by Salvador Dalí from 1973 with the title ‘The Tribe of Judah’, which the artist created as part of a suite to mark the 25th anniversary of the State of Israel, and in which he represented the twelve tribes of Israel. This vintage French tapestry is an impeccable textile re-creation of a rare Dali etching. This is a flat weave Aubusson style tapisserie. The edition size was 500. The tapestry is inscribed with woven ‘Salvador Dalí’ lower right Genre: Surrealism Subject: people, architecture rendering Medium: textile Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Salvador Dali is considered as the greatest original artist of the surrealist art movement and one of the greatest masters of art of the twentieth century. Dali began to study art at the Royal Academy of Art in Madrid. He was expelled twice and never took the final examinations. His opinion was that he was more qualified than those who should have examined him. In 1928 Dali went to Paris where he met the Spanish painters Pablo Picasso and Joan Miro. He established himself as the principal figure of a group of surrealist artists grouped around Andre Breton, who was something like the theoretical "schoolmaster" of surrealism. Years later Breton turned away from Dali accusing him of support of fascism, excessive self-presentation and financial greediness. By 1929 Dali had found his personal style that should make him famous - the world of the unconscious that is recalled during our dreams. The surrealist theory is based on the theories of the psychologist Dr. Sigmund Freud. Recurring images of burning giraffes and melting watches became the artist's surrealist trademarks. Along with Rene Magritte his is considered the greatest of the Surrealists. His great craftsmanship allowed him to execute his paintings in a nearly photo realistic style. No wonder that the artist was a great admirer of the vintage Italian Renaissance painter Raphael. Meeting Gala was the most important event in the artist's life and decisive for his future career. She was a Russian immigrant and ten years older than Dali. When he met her, she was married to Paul Eluard. In 1933 Salvador Dali had his first one-man show in New York. One year later he visited the U.S. for the first time supported by a loan of US$500 from Pablo Picasso. To evade World War II, Dali chose the U.S.A. as his permanent residence in 1940. He had a series of spectacular exhibitions, among others a great retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He has worked in paining, sculpture, tapestry, Daum glass and prints. Dali became the darling of the American High Society. Celebrities like Jack Warner or Helena Rubinstein gave him commissions for portraits. His artworks became a popular trademark and besides painting he pursued other activities - jewelry and dated clothing designs for Coco Chanel or film making with Alfred Hitchcock. In 1948 Dali and Gala returned to Europe, spending most of their time either in their residence in Ligate/Spain or in Paris/France or in New York. Dali developed a lively interest in science, religion and history. He integrated things into his art that he had picked up from popular science...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Etching, Lithograph

Rhinoceros
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Rhinoceros MEDIUM: Etching SIGNED: Hand Signed PUBLISHER: Michelle Broutta, Paris EDITION NUMBER: 97/150 MEASUREMENTS: 35.4" x 25" YEAR: 1971 F...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Saint Martin
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Saint Martin MEDIUM: Etching SIGNED: Hand Signed PUBLISHER: Jean Schneider, Basel/Berggruen, Paris EDITION NUMBER: Epreuve d'artiste MEASUREMENTS:...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Sainte Lucie
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Saint Lucie MEDIUM: Etching SIGNED: Hand Signed PUBLISHER: Michelle Broutta, Paris EDITION NUMBER: 268/450 MEASUREMENTS: 35.5" x 25" YEAR: ...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Dalinean Horses Horace’s Chimera
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Dalinean Horses Horace's Chimera MEDIUM: Lithograph SIGNED: Hand Signed PUBLISHER: Simeon Wajntraub & Jacques Carpentier EDITION NUMBER: 170/250 M...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Album Rhinoceros
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Album Rhinoceros MEDIUM: Etching SIGNED: Hand Signed PUBLISHER: Jean Schneider, Basel EDITION NUMBER: EA MEASUREMENTS: 14" x 11" YEAR: 1968 FRAM...
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Hamadryades Mimetiques Arborescentes
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Hamadryades Mimetiques Arborescentes MEDIUM: Etching SIGNED: Hand Signed EDITION NUMBER: EA MEASUREMENTS: 19.3" x 12.4" YEAR: 1971 FRAMED: No CO...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Apocalyptische Reiter (Apocalyptic Rider)
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Hollywood, FL
ARTIST: Salvador Dali TITLE: Apocalyptische Reiter (Apocalyptic Rider) MEDIUM: Etching SIGNED: Hand Signed EDITION NUMBER: 166/175 MEASUREMENTS: 22" x 30" YEAR: 1974 CONDITIO...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Le Caducee de Mars Alimente par la Boule de feu de Jupiter
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in San Francisco, CA
Artist: Salvador Dali (Spanish surrealist, 1904-1989) Title: Le Caducee de Mars Alimente par la Boule de feu de Jupiter Year: 1974 Medium: Etching with embossing and color lithograph...
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching, Lithograph

Don Quichotte, Surrealist Lithograph by Salvador Dali
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Long Island City, NY
The famed Don Quixote riding alongside a walking Sancho Panza. The horse theme was frequently used by Dali throughout his career. The horse is seen as a symbol of beauty and elegance...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Le Picador, Surrealist Lithography by Salvador Dali
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Long Island City, NY
A picador rides in on a horse, lance in hand, to enrage a bull we cannot see. The horse theme was frequently used by Dali throughout his career. The horse is seen as a symbol of beau...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

La Licorne (The Unicorn), Surrealist Lithograph by Salvador Dali
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Long Island City, NY
A woman with flowing gold hair kneels before a unicorn. The horse theme was frequently used by Dali throughout his career. The horse is seen as a symbol of beauty and elegance as wel...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Le Cheval du Printemps (The Horse of Spring), Lithograph by Salvador Dali
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Long Island City, NY
A close portrait of a horse wearing a laurel crown with the rays of the sun emanating from behind its head. The horse theme was frequently used by Dali throughout his career. The hor...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

L'Ouraboros, Surrealist Lithograph on Parchment by Salvador Dali
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Long Island City, NY
Dalí's Ouroboros is more naturalistic than his other prints in Alchimie des Philosophes, and its features are similar to an eel or sea serpent. It is cut into many pieces, though the...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph, Parchment Paper

Salvador Dali, American Trotting Horses No. 2, Lithograph with collage
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: American Trotting Horses No. 2 Date: 1971 Portfolio: Currier & Ives as Interpreted by Salvador Dali Medium: Litho...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Mixed Media, Lithograph

St Georges et le Dragon, Surrealist Etching by Salvador Dali 1974
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Long Island City, NY
Salvador Dali was a Spanish painter, printmaker, and sculptor heralded as the father of surrealism. This piece features the fabled story of Saint George gallantly slaying a dragon. T...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Stencil, Etching

Salvador Dali - Le Cerf from Le Bestiaire de la Fontaine - Signed Engraving
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
SALVADOR DALI Le Cerf se voyant dans l'eau from Le Bestiaire de la Fontaine 1974 Hand signed by Dali Edition: /250 The dimensions of the image are 22.8 x 15.7 inches on 31 x 23.2 in...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Aquatint

Salvador Dalí­, "Le Chateau de Gala", original etching, hand colored, signed
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Chatsworth, CA
Salvador Dalí Le Chateau de Gala (Gala's Castle) from After 50 Years of Surrealism Original etching, hand colored 1974 Image size: 15 3/...
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1970s Modern Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Etching

Cybernetic Lobster Telephone (Imagination & Objects), Salvador Dali
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) Title: Cybernetic Lobster Telephone (Imagination & Objects of the Future Portfolio) Year: 1975 Medium: Lithograph ...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph, Mixed Media

Caballero, Surrealist Lithograph by Salvador Dali
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: Caballero Year: 1968 Medium: Lithograph on Arches, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 75/125 Image: 30.25 x 22 inches Paper Size: 40 x 32 inches Fram...
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1960s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Lithograph

Le Téléphone (Lobster Telephone) /// Surrealism Salvador Dali Engraving Modern
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Title: "Le Téléphone (Lobster Telephone)" Portfolio: Hommage à Leonardo da Vinci (Great Inventions) *Signe...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Intaglio, Etching, Engraving

Salvador Dali, Le Cerf Malade Signed Etching Engraving, Color Lithograph Pochoir
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Surfside, FL
An original signed drypoint etching with color pochoir by Spanish artist Salvador Dali titled "La Cerf Malade", depicting a stag deer, from the Portfolio: Le Bestiaire de la Fontaine. Hand signed in pencil and hand numbered. Limited edition in Roman numerals. Image size: 22.5" x 15.5". Sheet size is about 31 X 23 inches Le Bestiaire de la Fontaine Dalinisé, Robert Mouret, Editiones des Maîtres Contemporains, Paris, 1974 (M. & L. 653-664) (Reference: Albert Field, page 93 image 74-1F.) signed and numbered intaglio drypoints with pochoir in colors, hors-texte, on Arches, there were also editions of 250 on Japon and 120 on Auvergne numbered in Roman numerals. Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989 )is considered as the greatest original artist of the surrealist art movement and one of the greatest masters of art of the twentieth century. Dali began to study art at the Royal Academy of Art in Madrid. He was expelled twice and never took the final examinations. His opinion was that he was more qualified than those who should have examined him. Surreal Art In 1928 Dali went to Paris where he met the Spanish painters Pablo Picasso and Joan Miro. He established himself as the principal figure of a group of surrealist artists grouped around Andre Breton, who was something like the theoretical "schoolmaster" of surrealism. Years later Breton turned away from Dali accusing him of support of fascism, excessive self-presentation and financial greediness. By 1929 Dali had found his personal style that should make him famous - the world of the unconscious that is recalled during our dreams. The surrealist theory is based on the theories of the psychologist Dr. Sigmund Freud. Recurring images of burning giraffes and melting watches...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Color, Drypoint, Etching

Salvador Dali - Le Cerf from Le Bestiaire de la Fontaine - Signed Engraving
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
SALVADOR DALI Le Cerf Malade from Le Bestiaire de la Fontaine 1974 Hand signed by Dali Edition: /250 The dimensions of the image are 22.8 x 15.7 inches on 31 x 23.2 inch paper Refer...
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1970s Surrealist Salvador Dalí Animal Prints

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Drypoint, Aquatint

Salvador Dalí animal prints for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Salvador Dalí animal prints available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of animal prints to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of blue, green and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Salvador Dalí in etching, engraving, lithograph 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 animal prints, so small editions measuring 12 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Leonor Fini, Marino Marini, and Graham Sutherland. Salvador Dalí animal prints prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $668 and tops out at $106,920, while the average work can sell for $4,600.
Questions About Salvador Dalí Animal Prints
  • 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.
  • 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.

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