Salvador Dali Art

Salvador Dali Art

Dali, Salvador (May 11, 1904, Figueres, Spain - January 23, 1989, Figueres, Spain), one of the greatest Spanish painters of all time, and one of the most important figures in the history of the modern art movement. Both Dali's extraordinary talent and odd personality helped him to rise above the rest of the Surrealists of the 20th century. Dali greatly popularized Surrealism in Europe and the U.S. with his unique painting styles and unusual ideology. His artwork and influences can be seen almost everywhere around the world. His explicit and controversial Surrealist paintings are some of the most famous, and infamous, paintings of the 1900's, and his rebellious and independent attitude towards art and politics set him aside from other painters, leaving a mark on Surrealist painting forever.

Few artists have had a greater impact on 20'th art than Salvador Dali. He is widely acknowledged to be a pioneer - and the living embodiment - of Surrealist art, a bold movement that emerged in Europe in the 1920's and flourished for generations thereafter, embracing not only fine art but literature, music, philosophy, psychology, and even popular culture. Surrealism, art movement that explored and celebrated the realm of dreams and the unconscious mind through the creation of visual art, poetry, and motion pictures. Among surrealism's most important contributions was the invention of new artistic techniques that tapped into the artist's unconscious mind.

Dali's surrealistic paintings depict dream imagery and everyday objects in unexpected forms, characterized by meticulous draftsmanship and realistic detail, with brilliant colors heightened by transparent glazes. Dali's striking images, such as the melting clock and the burning giraffe, have become icons of Western culture. The very word surreal has entered our vernacular, with a connotation that is still quite close to that intended by Dali and fellow surrealists. To them, the surreal is that which is beyond the ordinary and the conventional, that which is strange and bizarre, lying just below the surface, challenging our normal sense of the real. In our modern, technological world, in which assumptions and credos that for centuries were taken for granted are crumbling before the onslaught of science and liberation movements, in which physical reality itself seems to be dissolving into a black hole of ambiguity and relativism - Dali's surrealist perspective has become increasingly appropriate.

For Dali this perspective was more than an art style or a philosophy; it was his modus operandi. Dali expressed surrealism in everything he said and did. He was not just unconventional and dramatic; he was fantastic, shocking, and outrageous! He was an artist who loved to stir up controversy, to instigate scandal and upheaval. Dali worked hard to establish an image of an excentric and paranoid genius. For Dali it was all part of his adopted role as agent provocateur to the bourgeoisie, his ongoing mission to undercut our safe, complacent view of what is real. Salvador Dali remains one of the great artistic innovators of all time. Like Picasso, Matisse, Miro and Chagall, his place at the pinnacle of modern art history is assured.

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Contents

  1. Portrait of Lucia (Retrato de Lucia), 1918
  2. Still Life, 1918
  3. Old Man of Portdogue, 1920
  4. Portrait of Joaquim Montaner (Allegory of a Sailor), 1920
  5. A Seated Man and a Dancing Couple, 1921
  6. Back View of Cadaques, 1921
  7. Man Holding Up a Baby as Though He Were Drinking from a Bottle, 1921
  8. Nymphs in a Romantic Garden, 1921
  9. Romeria (Pilgrimage), 1921
  10. Self-Portrait (Figueres), 1921
  11. Self-Portrait with the Neck of Raphael, 1921
  12. The Garden of Llaner (Cadaques), 1921
  13. The Picnic, 1921
  14. Young Girls in a Garden, 1921
  15. Bathers of Llane, 1923
  16. Cadaques (Seen from the Tower of Creus), 1923
  17. Cubist Self-Portrait with La Publicitat, 1923
  18. Figures in a Landscape at Ampurdan, 1923
  19. Landscape near Madrid, 1923
  20. Nude in a Landscape, 1923
  21. Self-Portrait with L'Humanitie, 1923
  22. The Sick Child (Self-Portrait in Cadaques), 1923
  23. Young Girls, 1923
  24. Bather, 1924
  25. Pierrot and Guitar, 1924
  26. Port Alguer, 1924
  27. Portrait of Ana Maria, 1924
  28. Portrait of Luis Bunuel, 1924
  29. Puristic Still Life, 1924
  30. Still Life, 1924
  31. Female Nude, 1925
  32. Figure at a Window, 1925
  33. Girl from the Back, 1925
  34. Nude in the Water, 1925
  35. Pierrot Playing the Guitar, 1925
  36. Portrait of Ana Maria (Cadaques), 1925
  37. Portrait of Maria Carbona, 1925
  38. Portrait of My Father, 1925
  39. Seated Monk, 1925
  40. Still Life, 1925
  41. Thought, 1925
  42. Venus and a Sailor, 1925
  43. Venus and a Sailor (Homage to Salvat-Papasseit), 1925
  44. Venus with Cupids, 1925
  45. Cubist Figure (Figura Cubista), 1926
  46. Figure on the Rocks, 1926
  47. Figure on the Rocks (Penya Segats), 1926
  48. Girl's Back, 1926
  49. Homage to Erik Satie, 1926
  50. Honey Is Sweeter Than Blood, 1926
  51. Portrait of a Girl in a Landscape (Cadaques), 1926
  52. Rocks at Llane (Landscape near Cadaques), 1926
  53. Still Life with Two Lemons, 1926
  54. The Basket of Bread, 1926
  55. The Girl of Figueras, 1926
  56. Apparatus and Hand, 1927
  57. Harlequin, 1927
  58. Head of a Woman, 1927
  59. Still Life by the Light of the Moon, 1927
  60. Bird, 1928
  61. Little Cinders (Senicitas), 1928
  62. Rotting Bird, 1928
  63. Surrealist Composition, 1928
  64. Symbiotic Woman-Animal, 1928
  65. The Bather (Beigneuse), 1928
  66. The Donkey's Carcass, 1928
  67. The Spectral Cow, 1928
  68. Accomodations of Desire, 1929
  69. Illumined Pleasures, 1929
  70. Imperial Monument to the Child-Woman, 1929
  71. Lugubrious Game, 1929
  72. Man with Unhealthy Complexion Listening to the Sound of the Sea (The Two Balconies), 1929
  73. Phantasmagoria, 1929
  74. Portrait of Paul Eluard, 1929
  75. Profanation of the Host, 1929
  76. The Enigma of Desire, My Mother, My Mother, My Mother, 1929
  77. The Great Masturbator, 1929
  78. The Invisible Man, 1929
  79. Invisible Sleeping Woman, 1930
  80. Portrait of Mr. Emilio Terry (Unfinished), 1930
  81. Premature Ossification of a Railway Station, 1930
  82. The Average Bureaucrat, 1930
  83. The Bleeding Roses, 1930
  84. The Fountain, 1930
  85. The Great Masturbator, 1930
  86. Vertigo, 1930
  87. William Tell, 1930
  88. Diurnal Illusion with the Shadow of a Grand Piano Approaching, 1931
  89. Gradiva Finds the Anthropomorphic Ruins, 1931
  90. Le Spectre et le Fantome, 1931
  91. Partial Hallucination, Six Apparitions of Lenin on a Grand Piano, 1931
  92. Shades of Night Descending, 1931
  93. Solitude, 1931
  94. Symbiosis of a Head of Seashells, 1931
  95. The Dream, 1931
  96. The Old Age of William Tell, 1931
  97. The Persistence of Memory, 1931
  98. They Were There, 1931
  99. Vegetable Metamorphosis, 1931
  100. Woman Sleeping in a Landscape, 1931
  101. Agnostic Symbol, 1932
  102. Angelus, 1932
  103. Anthropomorphic Bread, 1932
  104. Catalan Bread, 1932
  105. Eggs on the Plate Without the Plate, 1932
  106. Portrait of the Viscountess Marie-Laure de Noailles, 1932
  107. Suez, 1932
  108. Surrealist Architecture, 1932
  109. Surrealist Object Gauge of Instantaneous Memory, 1932
  110. The Average Fine and Invisible Harp, 1932
  111. The Birth of Liquid Desires, 1932
  112. The Birth of Liquid Fears, 1932
  113. The Meeting of the Illusion and the Arrested Moment (Fried Eggs Presented in a Spoon), 1932
  114. Ambivalent Image, 1933
  115. Apparition of My Cousin Carolineta on the Beach at Rosas, 1933
  116. Average Atmospherocepalic Bureaucrat in the Act of Milking a Cranial Harp, 1933
  117. Gala and the Angelus of Millet Preceding the Imminent Arrival of the Conical Anamorphoses, 1933
  118. Geological Destiny, 1933
  119. Necrophilic Fountain Flowing from a Grand Piano, 1933
  120. Soft Watches, 1933
  121. Sugar Sphinx, 1933
  122. The Architectural Angelus of Millet, 1933
  123. The Dream Approaches, 1933
  124. The Enigma of William Tell, 1933
  125. The Mysterious Sources of Harmony, 1933
  126. The Phantom Cart, 1933
  127. The Triangular Hour, 1933
  128. Atavism at Twilight, 1934
  129. Atavistic Vestiges After the Rain, 1934
  130. Enigmatic Elements in the Landscape, 1934
  131. Figure and Drapery in a Landscape, 1934
  132. Fossil Cloud, 1934
  133. Masochistic Instrument, 1934
  134. Meditation on the Harp, 1934
  135. Moment of Transition, 1934
  136. Paranoiac Astral Image, 1934
  137. Persistence of Fair Weather, 1934
  138. The Ghost of Vermeer of Delft Which Can Be Used As a Table, 1934
  139. The Invisible Harp, 1934
  140. The Javanese Mannequin, 1934
  141. The Sense of Speed, 1934
  142. The Signal of Anguish, 1934
  143. The Tower, 1934
  144. The Weaning of Furniture-Nutrition, 1934
  145. Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet's Angelus, 1935
  146. Face of Mae West Which May Be Used as an Apartment, 1935
  147. Mediumnistic-Paranoiac Image, 1935
  148. Paranoiac-Critical Solitude, 1935
  149. The Angelus of Gala, 1935
  150. The Horseman of Death, 1935
  151. Woman with a Head of Roses, 1935
  152. Ant Face, 1936
  153. Apparition of the Town of Delft, 1936
  154. Autumn Cannibalism, 1936
  155. Minotaure 8, 1936
  156. Morphological Echo, 1936
  157. Sun Table, 1936
  158. Surrealist Composition with Invisible Figures, 1936
  159. The Anthropomorphic Cabinet, 1936
  160. The Dream Places a Hand on a Man's Shoulder, 1936
  161. The Great Paranoiac, 1936
  162. Three Young Surrealistic Women Holding in Their Arms the Skins of an Orchestra, 1936
  163. White Calm, 1936
  164. Metamorphosis of Narcissus, 1937
  165. Sleep, 1937
  166. Swans Reflecting Elephants, 1937
  167. The Burning Giraffe, 1937
  168. The Invention of the Monsters, 1937
  169. Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach, 1938
  170. Beach with Telephone, 1938
  171. Imperial Violets, 1938
  172. Impressions of Africa, 1938
  173. Spain, 1938
  174. The Endless Enigma, 1938
  175. The Image Disappears, 1938
  176. The Sublime Moment, 1938
  177. The Transparent Simulacrum of the Feigned Image, 1938
  178. Philosopher Illuminated by the Light of the Moon and the Setting Sun, 1939
  179. Telephone in a Dish With Three Grilled Sardines at the End of September, 1939
  180. The Enigma of Hitler, 1939
  181. Daddy Longlegs of the Evening... Hope!, 1940
  182. Lady Louis Mountbatten, 1940
  183. Old Age, Adolescence, Infancy (The Three Ages), 1940
  184. Slave Market with the Disappearing Bust of Voltaire, 1940
  185. The Face of War, 1940
  186. Two Pieces of Bread, Expressing the Sentiment of Love, 1940
  187. Honey is Sweeter than Blood, 1941
  188. Soft Self-Portrait with Grilled Bacon, 1941
  189. The Scenery for Labyrinth, 1941
  190. The Sheep, 1942
  191. Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man, 1943
  192. The Poetry of America, 1943
  193. One Second Before Awakening from a Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate, 1944
  194. Tristan and Isolde, 1944
  195. Galarina, 1945
  196. Giant Flying Demi-Tasse with Incomprehensible Appendage Five Meters Long, 1945
  197. Melancholy, 1945
  198. My Wife, Naked, Looking at her Own Body, 1945
  199. Portrait of Mrs. Isabel Styler-Tas, 1945
  200. The Eye, 1945
  201. The Temptation of Saint Anthony, 1946
  202. Dematerialization Near the Nose of Nero, 1947
  203. Portrait of Picasso, 1947
  204. Portrait of Mrs. Mary Sigall, 1948
  205. The Elephants, 1948
  206. Leda Atomica, 1949
  207. The Madonna of Port Lligat (First Version), 1949
  208. Dali at the Age of Six, 1950
  209. Landscape of Port Lligat with Homely Angels and Fisherman, 1950
  210. The Madonna of Port Lligat, 1950
  211. Christ of Saint John of the Cross, 1951
  212. Raphaelesque Head Exploding, 1951
  213. Asummpta Corpuscularia Lapislazulina, 1952
  214. Galatea of the Spheres, 1952
  215. Nuclear Cross, 1952
  216. Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus), 1954
  217. Dali Nude, 1954
  218. Gala Contemplating the Corpus Hypercubicus, 1954
  219. Rhinocerotic Disintegration of Illissus of Phidias, 1954
  220. Soft Watch at the Moment of First Explosion, 1954
  221. The Colossus of Rhodes, 1954
  222. Young Virgin Auto-Sodomized by Her Own Chastity, 1954
  223. The Last Supper, 1955
  224. Nature Morte Vivante (Living Still Life), 1956
  225. Saint Surrounded by Three Pi-Mesons, 1956
  226. Santiago El Grande, 1957
  227. Meditative Rose, 1958
  228. Metamorphosis of Hitler's Face into a Moonlit Landscape with Accompaniment, 1958
  229. Moonlit Landscape with Accompaniment, 1958
  230. The Ascension of Christ, 1958
  231. Velazquez Painting the Infanta Margarita with the Lights and Shadows of His Own Glory, 1958
  232. Portrait of Reinaldo Herrera Marquis De Torre Casa, 1959
  233. The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, 1959
  234. The Virgin of Guadalupe, 1959
  235. Woman Undressing, 1959
  236. Woman Undressing (Study), 1959
  237. Birth of a Goddess, 1960
  238. The Cosmic Athlete, 1960
  239. The Ecumenical Council, 1960
  240. Macrophotographic Self-Portrait with the Appearance of Gala, 1962
  241. The Battle of Tetuan, 1962
  242. Desoxyribonucleic Acid Arabs, 1963
  243. Fifty Abstract Paintings, Three Lenins as Chinese, Head of a Royal Bengal Tiger, 1963
  244. Galacidalacidesoxyribonucleicacid, 1963
  245. Portrait of My Dead Brother, 1963
  246. Landscape with Flies, 1964
  247. Portrait of Mrs. Ruth Daponte, 1965
  248. The Railway Station at Perpignan, 1965
  249. Still Life with White Cloth, 1969
  250. Portrait of John Theodoracopoulos, 1970
  251. The Hallucinogenic Toreador, 1970
  252. Ceiling of the Hall of Gala's Chateau at Pubol, 1971
  253. The Daughter of the West Wind, 1972
  254. Dali from the Back Painting Gala from the Back Eternalized by Six Virtual Corneas Provisionally Reflected in Six Real Mirrors, 1973
  255. Gala's Foot (Left Panel), 1974
  256. Aurora's Head, After Michelangelo (Figure on the Grave of Lorenzo Di Medici), 1977
  257. Dali Lifting the Skin of the Mediterranean Sea to Show Gala the Birth of Venus, 1977
  258. Dali's Hand Drawing Back the Golden Fleece in the Form of a Cloud to Show Gala Completely Nude, Very Far Away Behind the Sun, 1977
  259. Nike, Victory Goddess of Samothrace, Appears in a Tree Bathed in Light, 1977
  260. The Happy Unicorn, 1977
  261. Cybernetic Odalisque, 1978
  262. Dark Tapeworms, 1978
  263. Gala's Christ (Left Component), 1978
  264. A Soft Watch Put in the Appropriate Place to Cause a Young Ephebe to Die and Be Resuscitated by Excess of Satisfaction, 1979
  265. Searching for the Fourth Dimension, 1979
  266. Apparition of the Visage of Aphrodite of Cnide in a Landscape, 1981
  267. The Path of Enigmas, 1981
  268. The Pearl, 1981
  269. The Towers, 1981
  270. Tower, 1981
  271. After the Head of Giuliano di Medici, Florence, 1982
  272. Exploded Head, 1982
  273. Mirror Women, Mirror Heads, 1982
  274. The Three Glorious Enigmas of Gala, 1982
  275. Warrior, 1982

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