Salvador Dalí Hechos importantes



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Salvador Dalí

Hechos importantes

  • Nació en el año 1904 y murió en el año 1989.
  • Su estilo más notable era el surrealismo.
  • Trató de captar los sueños en su arte.
  • Le influyó mucho el psicoanálisis de Freud.
  • Penetró la subconsciencia para unirla con la realidad externa para crear una superrealidad.

Hechos importantes

  • Mucho de su arte está basado en las memorias de su niñez.
  • Se ve frecuentemente las muletas, los frijoles, y los huevos.
  • Tenía miedo de los saltamontes (grasshoppers)

La Persistencia De La Memoria

Battle over a dandelion

Retrato de Picasso

Visión del infierno

Clothed Automobile

The Horseman of Death, 1935

Paranoiac-Critical Solitude, 1935

The Triangular Hour, 1933

Autumn Cannibalism 1936

Night and Day Clothes, 1936

La Cabeza de Mae West

Visión de la guerra

El Unicornio Contento

El Hombre Invisible

Marilyn Monroe

Fifty Abstract Paintings Which as Seen from Two Yards Change into Three Lenins Masquerading as Chinese and as Seen from Six Yards Appear as the Head of a Royal Bengal Tiger

Meditative Rose

Birth of a Divinity

Portrait of Gala

Red Orchestra

Rock ‘n Roll

The Disintegration of Persistence of Memory

Galatea of the Spheres

Raphaelesque Head Exploding

The Temptation of Saint Anthony

Design for "Destino", 1947

Portrait of Picasso, 1947

The Three Sphinxes of Bikini, 1947

Four Armchairs in the Sky, 1949

The Eye, 1945

Soft Self-portrait with Grilled Bacon, 1941

Decor for "Romeo et Juliet", 1942

The Flames, They Call, 1942

Untitled - for the campaign against venereal disease, 1942

Baby Map of the World, 1939

Sleep, 1937

Swans Reflecting Elephants, 1937

Woman with a Head of Roses, 1935

Premonición de la Guerra Civil

Ant Face

Shirley Temple, 1939

Two Pieces of Bread, Expressing the Sentiment of Love, 1940

The Burning Giraffe, 1937

Metamorphosis of Narcissus, circa 1937

The Enigma of Hitler, circa 1939

Freud’s Perverse Polymorph (Bulgarian Child Eating a Rat), 1939

Giant Flying Demi-Tasse with Incomprehensible Appendage Five Meters Long, circa 1944-45

The Last Supper

Tuna Fishing

St. George and the Dragon

Bed, Chair and Bedside Table Ferociously Attacking a Cello

La Fertilidad

El Bigote de Dalí

Dalí Desnudo

Don Jose Nieto Velazquez from Las Meninas

La Virgen de Guadalupe

Illumined Pleasures

Invidibe Sleeping Woman

La Infanta

Man with His Head Full of Clouds

Man with Unhealthy Complexion Listening to the Sound of the Sea

Michelangelo Head with Drawers

Myself at the Age of Ten When I Was the Grasshopper Child

Persistence of Fair Weather

Symbiotic Woman-Animal

The Average Bureauocrat

The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus

The Sleeping Smoker

The Infanta Margarita of Velazquez Appearing in the Silhouette of Horsemen

William Tell




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