Proportionally Exaggerated Surreal Abstract Bronze Female Figure Sculpture Statue Dali

SKU: XN-2567
1 in stock

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 14.5" X Width 9"
Marble Dimensions:9" X 5"
Height without base:14"
Weight:12 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

Salvador Dalí, born on May 11, 1904, and passing away on January 23, 1989, was a prominent Spanish (Catalan) artist acclaimed for his significant contributions to 20th-century art. Renowned for his surrealistic creations, he displayed a remarkable command of draftsmanship, creating visually stunning, unusual, and captivating imagery. Dalí's artistic style often reflected the influence of Renaissance masters, showcasing his exceptional painterly skills and technical finesse. Among his most celebrated works is "The Persistence of Memory," a masterpiece completed in 1931, which has come to epitomize his distinct style and imaginative prowess. However, Dalí's creative pursuits extended beyond painting, encompassing a diverse range of artistic endeavors such as film, sculpture, and photography. His multidimensional approach to art solidified his position as one of the most influential and revolutionary artists of his time. Salvador Dalí's legacy remains an enduring testament to the power of artistic expression and the boundless possibilities of the human imagination. His contributions continue to inspire and resonate with audiences worldwide, leaving an indelible mark on the art world and cultural landscape.