Salvador Dalí
03/26/2017 at 16:41. Facebook
Do you agree that some of Dali's best works were those done for things like the theatrical play, "Labyrinth," for which this "naughty" painting of the same name, featuring an exceptionally buxom female, was created?
Salvador Dalí
03/25/2017 at 16:40. Facebook
Some Dali book authors believe the cloth draped on the beach-like table (or table-like beach) in his 1938 "Transparent Simulacrum of the Feigned Image" doubles as a bird in flight. Do you agree? Or are these critics for the birds?
Salvador Dalí
03/25/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
Fülei az égig értek,
s ha úgy hozta kedve,
a tikkadtan tűző napot
meg-meglegyezgette.

Ormányát ha fölemelte,
túllendült az égen,
kinyújtani így se bírta,
csak oldalvást, srégen.

Hasa alatt felhők úsztak,
madarak repültek,
s a fáradt éji csillagok
a nyakába ültek.

Dali: Celestial Elephant
Salvador Dalí
03/24/2017 at 22:12. Facebook
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Salvador Dalí
03/24/2017 at 16:40. Facebook
Master of gooey clocks and flaming giraffes, Dali also painted drop-dead lovely portraits, such as this stunning one of fashion icon & socialite C.Z. Guest. Do you see another Dali original in this photo as well?
Salvador Dalí
03/23/2017 at 16:40. Facebook
A 26-year-old Dali -- conflicted about his sexuality, his parental relationship and other concerns -- painted "William Tell." Did he go too far in revealing the scissor-wielding man with his genitalia exposed?
Salvador Dalí
03/23/2017 at 07:10. Facebook
Aludj karomban
aludj nyugodtan
álmodj szépet
virágos rétet
gyöngyöket
labdát
kirakós kockát
suttogó erdőt
rózsaszín kendőt

aludj kislányom
fátyol az álom
királyfi hozza
szívedet kincsem
bearanyozza.
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Salvador Dali: Mystery of Sleep
Salvador Dalí
03/22/2017 at 20:54. Facebook
Salvador Dalí
03/22/2017 at 20:40. Facebook
What do you think?
Salvador Dalí
03/22/2017 at 16:39. Facebook
Did you know this stereoscopic work of Dali painting Gala reflected in a mirror is the only work he painted that features a mirror? Or that Dali designed an actual mirror in the 1970s?
Salvador Dalí
03/21/2017 at 16:39. Facebook
Dali loved to retouch existing photos to "Surrealize" them! Here he adds a tree and, most importantly, a woman whose long dress is formed by the swath cut through the water. Amazing, or what!
Salvador Dalí
03/21/2017 at 07:01. Facebook
Teremtő Uram a Mennyekben!
Adj nekem erőt, hogy irányítani tudjam lovamat.
Adj nekem gyengéd kezet, és tiszta gondolatokat.
Add, hogy megértsem őt, és ő is megértsen engem.
Te valami különös szeretettel töltötted meg szívemet ezek iránt
a teremtmények iránt, s én igérem neked, hogy ezt soha nem tévesztem szem elől.
Lelkemet megajándékoztad az irántuk való mély tisztelettel, ami
nem hogy...
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Being offered for sale:
We are going to be posting a new work of art every week in the upper left corner, above the name "Salvador Dali." That work will be for sale. In this case it is "The Lucky Number of Dali" a limited edition lithograph from 1965 hand signed by Salvador Dali. If you would have interest in owning this work, send me an email,
joe@dali.com
What's your view of Dali when his technique was a bit sketchy/"splashy" -- such as in this depiction of the Holy Trinity -- versus the ultra-tight photographic quality of most of his catalog?
Dali was a showman nonpareil! Should he have promoted himself so flamboyantly -- such as his "blood-stained" hands here before his "Tuna Fishing" masterwork -- or gone the way of less ostentatious "starving artists"?
Isn't it difficult to dispute that Salvador Dali was virtually if not literally as technically skilled as the Old Masters? Check out the gold satin garments in this lovely portrait and his iconic "Crucifixion". Magnificent, yes?
Mikor kinézek az ablakon,
jó lenne tengerre nézni,
és nem a szemközti házra.
De az én ablakom nem nyílik tengerre,
közelemben folyik a Duna,
de nem a szemem előtt.
És mikor kinézek az ablakon,
a pizsamakabátos szomszédot látom,
ő meg engem.
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Salvador Dali: Figure at a Window
Happy Saint Patrick's Day
Marc Chagall, Green Lovers, 1915