Total Dimensions: Height 15'' x Width 11''
Approximate Weight: 15 LBS
Original Reproduction: Reproduction
With this sculpture, Dalí has isolated the central image of his best-known painting and given it the same title. It is an uncomplicated form composed of a melting watch draped over the branch of a tree. In his own words Dalí explains this imagery; "Materialization of the flexibility of time and the indivisibility of time and space. Time is not rigid. It is one with space - fluid". In this sculptural form Dalí examines the human perception of time - when we are involved in enjoyable activities or in work that absorbs all our attention, `time flies`, but when we are mired in boredom, time drags. The flaccid watch no longer `keeps` time - it does not quantify its passage. Accordingly, the speed of our time depends only on us. This sculpture was cast using the "Lost Wax Method" and it is mounted on a marble base and is signed Salvador Dali.
Availability: 7 In Stock
Product Code: XN-2549
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