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DALI For pricing inquiries contact AFA Gallery | Email: info@afanyc.com | Phone: 212.226.7374


“Each morning when I awake, I experience again a supreme pleasure. That of being Salvador Dalí” — Salvador Dalí


S A LVA D O R DA L I Born in 1904 in Figueres, Spain, Salvador Dalí was an iconic 20th century surrealist best known for his unique and extraordinary ability to transform his dreams into artistic works. Recognized for his striking and bizarre imagery, Dalí possessed an elevated imagination exploring the subconscious. Dalí’s artistic repertoire included sculpture, painting, photography, multimedia work and surrealist films. Exploring different styles spanning from impressionism to Renaissance works, his artistic style exhibited his profound respect for tradition and embrace of the pure, boundless creativity of the modern avant-garde. Credited with the innovation of the artistic philosophical concept known as “Paranoiac-Critical Method,” he believed in the “irrational understanding based on the interpretive critical association of delirious phenomena.” Dalí’s raw creativity, eccentricity and technical virtuosity shocked the world, making him one of the most controversial and paradoxical artists of his time. Fascinated with Sigmund Freud and the significance of the subconscious, he developed his hyper-realistic style gaining artistic inspiration by accessing his subconscious and making his dreams a reality. He sought to release the creative potential of the subconscious as inspiration for his dream-like fantastical compositions for which he is revered today. Renowned for his flamboyant personality and grandiose manner in both his personal and professional career, Salvador Dalí challenged and broke conventions. Even decades after his death, his ingenious work never fails to awe.

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Flora Dalinae 1968

Flora Dalinae by Salvador Dali is a suite of 10 original dry point prints published in 1968 in an edition of 200. This 22 x 30� print, titled Chrysanthemum Frutescens, is numbered 100/200, hand-embellished, and signed by Salvador Dali. It has been authenticated by the premier Dali expert, Bernard Ewell.

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Chrysanthemum Frutescens


Nudes Suite 1970

This suite of 8 lithographs by Salvador Dali was published in 1970 in an edition of 120 signed prints. Each lithograph measures 22 x 30 inches. This matched numbered suite is 116/120 and has been authenticated by Bernard Ewell, who determined that this collection was in good condition, with only minor sun damage that is primarily visible at the mat line.

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Nu a la Fenetre


A la Plage


Couples Nus


Femme Nu de Dos


Le Nu a la Guitare


Nu au Sopha


Nu du Bras Leve


Nu Endormi


L e s S o n g e s D r o l a t i q u e s d e Pa n t a g r u e l 1973 Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel by Salvador Dali is a collection of 25 black and white lithographs published in 1973 in an edition of 50. These prints illustrate the story of The Life of Gargantua and of Pantagruel, a five book series written in the 16th century by Francois Rabelais. Each print in this matched n umbered portfolio on Japon paper is signed by Salvador Dali, measures 30 x 21.25 inches, and is each numbered 45/50. The portfolio is accompanied by an authentication by Bernard Ewell, who determined that this collection had some water damage. Since then, the prints have been professionally restored, rendering them back to their original condition.

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Untitled 1


Untitled 2


Untitled 3


Untitled 4


Untitled 5


Untitled 6


Untitled 7


Untitled 8


Untitled 9


Untitled 10


Untitled 11


Untitled 12


Untitled 13


Untitled 14


Untitled 15


Untitled 16


Untitled 17


Untitled 18


Untitled 19


Untitled 20


Untitled 21


Untitled 22


Untitled 23


Untitled 24


Untitled 25


L a B e s t i a i re d e l a Fo n t a i n e 1974

La Bestiaire de la Fontaine Dalinise by Salvador Dali is a suite of 12 original dry point prints in an edition of 250 published in 1974. They were printed in Paris and hand-embellished with watercolor. Each print in the matched numbered collection is signed by Salvador Dali, measures 30 x 32 inches, and is numbered 96/250. The suite is accompanied by an authentication by Bernard Ewell. He has appraised these prints to be in good condition aside from minor water damage, which altered neither the images nor the signature, and affected the value of the pieces only slightly.

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l’Eléphant et le Singe de Jupiter


La Cour du Lion


Le Cerf Malade


Le Cerf Voyant dans l’Eau


Le Chene et le Roseau


Le Cheval et le Loup


Le Cheval s’Etant Voulu Venger du Cerf


Le Corbeau et le Renard


Le Portrait de la Fontaine


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SALVADOR DALI  

A collection of limited edition original prints by Salvador Dali from AFA Gallery's April 2018 exhibition.

SALVADOR DALI  

A collection of limited edition original prints by Salvador Dali from AFA Gallery's April 2018 exhibition.

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