Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali Follow
United States


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Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel 10 (1973)
Limited Edition (#1/250), Printmaking on Paper (29.9x21.3 in) Details


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29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali
Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel 09 - Printmaking, 29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali - Surrealism, surrealism-627, Erotic, Humor, World Culture, Pantagruel, literature, Dali, Salvador Dali, lithograph, humor, surrealism, dreams, illustration
$5,223
29.9x21.3 in
29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali
Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel 06 - Printmaking, 29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali - Surrealism, surrealism-627, Erotic, Humor, World Culture, Pantagruel, literature, Dali, Salvador Dali, lithograph, humor, surrealism, dreams, illustration
$5,223
29.9x21.3 in
29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali
Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel 03 - Printmaking, 29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali - Surrealism, surrealism-627, Erotic, Humor, World Culture, Pantagruel, literature, Dali, Salvador Dali, lithograph, humor, surrealism, dreams, illustration
$5,223
29.9x21.3 in
29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali
Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel 01 - Printmaking, 29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali - Surrealism, surrealism-627, Erotic, Humor, World Culture, Pantagruel, literature, Dali, Salvador Dali, lithograph, humor, surrealism, dreams, illustration
$5,223
29.9x21.3 in
29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali
Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel 02 - Printmaking, 29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali - Surrealism, surrealism-627, Erotic, Humor, World Culture, illustration, Pantagruel, Dali, Salvador Dali, lithograph, humor, surrealism, dreams, literature
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29.9x21.3 in
29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali
Set of four Lithographs by Salvador Dalí - Printmaking, 29.9x21.3 in ©1973 by Salvador Dali - Surrealism, surrealism-627, Erotic, Humor, World Culture, Pantagruel, literature, Dali, Salvador Dali, lithograph, humor, surrealism, dreams, illustration
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This artwork is part of the gallery Latest Artworks.

Artwork Type
Limited Edition (#1/250)
Number of copies: 250
Techniques
Lithography
Support or surface
Paper
Framing
No
Signature
Signed by artist on the front
Description

Hand-signed at the bottom right and numbered at the bottom left.

Size US: 29 9/10 × 21 3/10 in (without frame) | 40 1/5 x 27 1/2 x 1 1/5 in (with frame)
Size Europe: 76 × 54 cm (without frame) | 102 x 70 x 3 cm (with frame)

Edition: 111/250

“Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel” (Pantagruel's Comical Dreams) by Salvador Dali, 1973, lithograph of gouaches and felt pencil on Japanese paper.

The collection created by Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) consists of a series of phantasmagorical representa1 Read More

Hand-signed at the bottom right and numbered at the bottom left.

Size US: 29 9/10 × 21 3/10 in (without frame) | 40 1/5 x 27 1/2 x 1 1/5 in (with frame)
Size Europe: 76 × 54 cm (without frame) | 102 x 70 x 3 cm (with frame)

Edition: 111/250

“Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel” (Pantagruel's Comical Dreams) by Salvador Dali, 1973, lithograph of gouaches and felt pencil on Japanese paper.

The collection created by Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) consists of a series of phantasmagorical representations for the novels written in the 1530s by François Rabelais, narrating the adventures of two giants - Gargantua and his son Pantagruel - “The Horrible and Terrifying Deeds and Words of the Very Renowned Pantagruel King of the Dipsodes, Son of the Great Giant Gargantua”. This book of tall tales, commonly known as Pantagruel, is chronologically the second volume of a series that follows the outlandish escapades of a family of giants.

The Surrealists examination of the human psyche and dreams reached new apices in the works of Salvador Dalí. In his “Songes” Dalí explored a deeply erotic dimension, studying the writings of Richard von Krafft-Ebing (1840-1902) and Sigmund Freud, and conceiving what he called the “paranoiac-critical method” to abet his creative process.
This sort of illustration on one-dimensional fields of color offers a sense of animation common to storytelling comics. “Les Songes” prove that Dalí was fearless and unapologetic. Even in the most vile, obscene subject matter—Dalí manages to find the sophistication in its humor. When it comes to Dalí, nothing is out of bounds.

- Printmaking by Salvador Dali (United States), Lithography on Paper. Its dimensions are 76x54 cm. The artist's signature is present on the artwork. This artwork is part of the gallery Latest Artworks.

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