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Salvador Dali Prints Are In High Demand

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Many people greatly admire the painter and collect Salvador Dali prints.  He is well known for his Surrealism works, even though he has created works that were considered part of the movements known as Cubism and Dadaism.  Many people are familiar with his work.  This is why there is great demand for copies of it. 

He was born in 1904 and continued his work until his death in 1989.  Many of the Salvador Dali fine art prints that are made today are of some of his more famous works of art, such as “The Persistence of Memory”, “Swans Reflecting Elephants”, and “The Hallucinogenic Toreador” to name only a few.  Many of these are highly requested and in great demand still today. 

While the Salvador Dali prints are in high demand, he is known for many other types of work.  He left behind a great deal of various pieces in many types of artistry.  Some of them include watercolor paintings, drawings, sculptures, and even some performance pieces.  He made some films and he left behind some creative photography.  He was a multifaceted artist who found an outlet for his creativity in multiple different types of mediums. 

Perhaps one of the most exciting aspects of Salvador Dali prints is the fact that even though he is no longer alive, he still has signed all of them.  Before he died, he signed, literally, hundreds upon hundreds of sheets so that his art reproductions that were made would all have his signature posthumously.  Therefore it is possible to buy a copy that has been dated and numbered with his signature upon it just as if he were still alive. 

He brought many things to the artistic table from his massive imaginative and creatively talented mind.   He liked to depict things that were unrealistic, using realistic things.  He painted a lobster that was not really a lobster, but a phone.  He painted clocks that were seemingly melting away.  This was his genius at work. 

Other Salvador Dali prints that are available would be great replicas of well-loved paintings, such as “Down the Rabbit Hole” and “The Pool of Tears”. 

He had a way of seeing things with such imagination, but his gift was that he could translate that imagination and creativity in a way that allowed him to share it with many others.  It is almost like being able to look inside the mind of the artist.  That is how viewing his paintings and his other types of media have been described. 

The fact that he began with one art movement and then went on to do many others shows that he had a real curiosity for learning new things.  He had a desire to continue to offer what he had learned and give it back to the world through his works of art and drawings.  Even through the use of watercolors, he found a way to connect with those who followed and loved his work.  He will continue to be followed by the generations to come, just as it should be.

 


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