Chromolithograph, signed, numbered.
Sheet size: 65 x 50 cm
Image: 40 x 32 cm
Numbered in pencil in Roman numerals:
Hand-crafted paper with fringed edges.
B.F.K Rives paper with watermark.
Very good condition In near mint condition, straight from the box. Never exposed to light, never framed. Careful shipping in a large new roll to protect the work. Small crease in the upper right corner. Please look at the photos carefully.
1927/1928 for the original.
The lithograph is from 1988.
With the characteristic inimitable blind stamp of Dali’s publisher.
Published by ateliers Jobin, Paris
Signed in facsimile in the margin
Tracked international parcel
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 work offered for sale is part of a collection, in addition to the most famous paintings and rarities by the artist, most of which are rarely or have never been seen. The collection consists mainly of lesser-known paintings and drawings from the many periods of one of the most prolific artists of our time.
Not all of these works are always the most "beautiful" in the aesthetic sense of the word, although in Dali's work, beauty is a constant. 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.
- Salvador Dali
- Title of artwork
- portrait de Maria d’Abadal
- Artist's stamp, Estate authorised facsimile signature
- 1920-1929, 1980-1989
- MLIV / MM
- As new
- Image size
- 40×32 cm
- Total dimensions
- 65×50×65 cm
- Sold with frame