Salvador Dalí: masterpieces from the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum
Harry N. Abrams, Publishers in association with the Salvador Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Fla., 1996 - Art - 128 pages
Salvador Dali, the renowned Surrealist painter, was a notoriously flamboyant figure in the art world for the greater part of the 20th century. Here, 40 of his masterpieces have been selected from the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, the most comprehensive collection of the work of the great Catalan artist. Illuminating the colorplates are extensive commentaries by art historian Kenneth Wach. 71 illustrations, 10 in full color.
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Preface and Acknowledgments
Academy of San Angelus artist associations background Barcelona beach Breton Bunuel Cadaques Caresse Crosby Catalan composition Cubist Dali and Gala Dali paints Dali publishes Dali retrospective exhibition Dali's Dali's father dated lower left dated lower right Domenech drawing Edward James exhibition is held exhibition is shown family home famous Figueres figure film foreground forms Freud Freudian Gala Eluard Gala Salvador Dali Giorgio de Chirico interest Joan Miro Juan Julien Levy Gallery landscape later ln this painting lnternational Surrealist Exhibition London Lorca ltalian Madrid Max Ernst Millet's Modern Art Oil on canvas painting's paranoiac-critical method Paris patron Paul Eluard photographs Picasso pictorial Port Lligat Publishes his article Ramon Pichot Rene Magritte Reynolds Morse Salvador Dali Museum San Fernando scene sexual shadows shape Signed and dated solo exhibition Spain suggested Surrealism Surrealist group exhibition symbolic Teatro-Museo Dali Vicomte de Noailles visible signature visual writings York young Dali