Dance of Time ǀ by Salvadore Dali

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Dance of Time I - Salvadore Dali 05461.png
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Dance of Time ǀ by Salvadore Dali

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H : 4’’ L : 2 1/6’’ W : 2 3/5’’
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Spanish artist, painter and sculptor, Salvador Dali is the greatest surrealist artist of the 20th century. He had a sulphurous and an inimitable style. He has created provocative and spectacular works. Dali had an incredible charisma
and an overflowing creativity. His surrealist inspiration came from the Catalonian Art Nouveau. Internationally renowned, he has always been very popular among collectors.
One of the most famous sculptures of Dali, the “Montre Molles” is at the forefront of surrealism. It comes from the well-known painting “The Persistence of Memory”, more commonly known as the “Soft Watches”. The watches question us on the insignificance of time, while confronting the hardness and softness of forms. Dali was inspired during a dinner, by the sight of a melting camembert cheese on a tray.
Today, “The Persistence of Memory” is one of the most famous works of the artist, and has given life to the “Dance of Time I” sublimated by Daum “pâte de cristal”.