Salvador Dalí
01/20/2017 at 15:36. Facebook
THIS is a Dali?? Indeed it is! It's an early, sensitive portrait of his mother, whom he adored, and lost, when young Salvador was just 16. He vowed, after cancer took his mother way too soon, that he would fulfill a promise to become the most famous artist in the world. Dali made his mother proud.
Salvador Dalí
01/20/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
A titka annak hogy mi befolyásol engem mindig is az volt, hogy ez titokban maradt. "
-Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali: The First Days of Spring, 1929
Salvador Dalí
yesterday at 15:27. Facebook
Some of Dali's brightest stars were hitched to utilitarian ends -- such as this gorgeous dinner plate featuring his lovely painting, "Dance of the Flower Maidens." Note how a central celestial face is formed from five or six birds in flight. Let's eat!
Salvador Dalí
01/18/2017 at 15:09. Facebook
"And if in time the logarithmic curve in the horns of rhinoceros -- in this time discover, this is a symbol of chastity, one of the most powerful symbols of modern times." - Salvador Dali
-Giant Rhinoceros Sculpture by Salvador Dali.
Salvador Dalí
01/18/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
F. Bozó Éva
A zöld karosszék
Az öreg test
nem szégyen.
Megöregedni,
az Élet Dicsősége.
Meg a szerencséé
mely
élted kísérte!

Rozi Mama
szelíden
ült,
a zöld karosszéken.
Kezeit
ölében nyugtatta.
Szemhéjai zárva.
Mormolta imáját,
fogyasztotta olvasóját.
Közben
végezte a dolgát.
Napi teendőjét.
Áztatta a lábát.

"Four Armchairs in the Sky"
Salvador Dali
1949
Salvador Dalí
01/17/2017 at 15:09. Facebook
Of this work, Dali immodestly proclaimed: “My strategy worked. At a certain point I decided to do paintings that would be more popular than anything in the world. My performance was marvelous. I would even go so far as to say that that painting is a thousand times better than all of Picasso’s works put together. That one single painting.”
What a difference a few years make. Dali’s iconic...
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Salvador Dalí
01/16/2017 at 15:04. Facebook
When in the 1950s collector Robert Lehman desperately longed to own an original Vermeer but couldn't acquire one, he commissioned Salvador Dali to paint a virtually exact copy of Vermeer's famous "The Lacemaker." Dali's masterful talents went to work and, well, the rest is Dalinian and Vermeerian history!
Salvador Dalí
01/15/2017 at 15:04. Facebook
Dali admired Picasso's greatness. But Salvador wasn't pleased when Pablo turned away from classic traditions of art to distinctly child-like imagery and technique. To convey his disappointment, Dali created this unflattering "portrait" of his elder countryman -- complete with floppy pecs and empty eye sockets!
Salvador Dalí
01/14/2017 at 23:41. Facebook
This is from EddyTattoo studio, Lithuania. It was sent to me after our "Avida Dollars" post.
Salvador Dalí
01/14/2017 at 15:48. Facebook
Cat lovers -- and there's a ton of them out there -- will love this! Dali was a master at taking ordinary, everyday scenes and reimagining them in dramatic new ways. Here he's transformed a bevy of furry friends into a seductive "cat lady" of sorts. Dali's inventive mind had at least 9 lives!
Salvador Dalí
01/13/2017 at 15:47. Facebook
OK, it would be cool to have a guitar signed by, say, Eric Clapton or George Harrison or B.B. King. But can you imagine having your six-string signed -- and drawn upon -- by Salvador Dali?! Some lucky strummer did, and it demonstrates that any surface at all could be, and occasionally became, an instant "canvas" for Dali's irrepressible need to create!
Salvador Dalí
01/13/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
A kíváncsi ránéz valamire, és azt kérdi: "Miért?" Az alkotó megálmodik valamit, és azt kérdezi: "Miért ne?".
Fernando Dbamária
"AVIDA DOLLARS"
Fellow Surrealist, Andre Breton had long thought Dalí's art had become too commercialized and that Dalí's growing fame threatened the unity and agenda of the surrealists. His growing disgust with Dalí's financial success as an artist led him to dub Salvador Dalí with this anagrammatic nickname, describing what he perceived as Dalí's greed for money and fame.
Photos by Philippe...
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The many eyes of Salvador Dali, how many can you identify?
Ahogy öregszem, egyre inkább látom úgy, hogy életünk tíz százalékát az teszi ki, ami történik velünk, és kilencven százalékát az, ahogyan reagálunk az eseményekre.
Charles S. Swindoll
Mr. Brainwash portrait of Salvador Dali. The spray can is obviously some nod to Andy Warhol, what do you think he is trying to say?
What would you call this work?
“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
"How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here.”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
Various Interpretations of of Alice in Wonderland..
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"Without a soul my spirit's sleeping somewhere cold
Until you find it there and lead it back home."
Evanescence
From "The Divine Comedy" by Salvador Dali.
I call this dance this???
(fill in the blank)