Hot Cast Salvador Dali Abstract Modern Art Elephant Bronze Sculpture Figurine NR

EuropeanBronzeSKU: AL-425

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Sale price$249.00$124.50
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Description

Condition: This sculpture is in a perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:
Height 4.5" X Width 5"
Marble Dimensions:5" X 3"

Height without base:4"
Weight:3 LBS
Inventory:19AL4252491

Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domenech, the 1st Marques de Dalí de Pubol, left an indelible mark on the world of art. Born on May 11, 1904, in Figueres, Spain, Salvador Dalí rose to prominence as a prominent Spanish surrealist painter. A masterful draftsman, he is renowned for his surreal creations that captivate with their striking and eccentric imagery. Dalí's artistic prowess was significantly influenced by Renaissance masters, a connection that is evident in his exceptional painterly skills. Among his most iconic pieces, "The Persistence of Memory," completed in 1931, stands as a testament to his creative genius. Beyond painting, Dalí's artistic exploration extended to film, sculpture, and photography, often collaborating with fellow artists across various mediums.

Dalí's creative spirit was enriched by his unique perspective and imaginative fervor. He attributed his affinity for opulence, excess, and Oriental attire to a self-proclaimed "Arab lineage," tracing his ancestry to the Moors. This unconventional thinker was known for his penchant for the unusual and grandiose, a trait that extended to both his artwork and his personal behavior. Sometimes, his attention-grabbing antics garnered more attention than his artistic creations, a fact that both admirers and critics acknowledged.

The bronze statue bearing his name pays homage to Dalí's extraordinary legacy. Crafted through the revered lost wax method, this sculpture is a testament to his enduring influence. Signed by the artist himself, Salvador Dali, it stands as a tribute to his exceptional vision and contribution to the realm of art.

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