Chromolithograph, signed, numbered, listed.
Paper size: 65 x 50 cm
Numbered in pencil in Roman numerals:
Hand-crafted paper with fringed edges
B.F.K Rives paper (watermark)
In very good condition. In near mint condition, straight from the box. Never displayed, never framed. Careful shipping in a large new roll to protect the work.
The original artwork is from 1934.
1988 for the lithograph.
With the characteristic inimitable blind stamp of Dali’s publisher.
Published by ateliers Jobin, Paris
Signed in facsimile in the plate.
Tracked international parcel
Tête de mort atmosphérique sodomisant un piano à queue
Media: Oil on canvas
Dimension: 14 x 17.8 cm.
Signature: Signed and dated at the back Salvador Dalí 1934
Localisation: The Dali Museum, St. Petersburg (Floride)
Salvador Dali, is unanimously recognized as the greatest surrealist artist, one of the greatest artists of the 20th century and definitively the most charismatic. The artwork on sale is part of a collection of rarities which are not very often or even never exhibited. The collection consists mainly of paintings and lesser-known drawings from many periods of the most prolific artist of our time.
All these works are not always the most ‘beautiful’ in the aesthetic sense of the word, even though beauty is permanent in Dali’s work. They are all interesting, very exciting, each one is representing a part of the journey of this artist who has an overflowing, abundant, delusional imagination. These are all testimonies of the history of this genuine creative genius.
To be discovered. With rare exceptions, I only own one copy of each.
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Tete de mort atmosphérique sodomisant un piano à queue
- 1930-1939, 1980-1989
- Facsimile handtekening goedgekeurd door de nalatenschap, Gestempeld
- MDCCLXXXIX / MM
- Zo goed als nieuw
- Totale afmetingen
- 50×65×50 cm