- A limited edition Salvador Dali print from the 'Dali’s Horses' series of prints, produced circa 1970 - 1972.
- Signed and numbered by the artist.
Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989) was a Spanish surrealist painter best known for his bizarre artworks.
He was a leader of the Surrealist Movement. The Persistence of Memory (1931), which shows soft, melting pocket watches on a beach, is one of the defining works of the style. Dali also created surrealist sculptures including Lobster Telephone, which features a plastic lobster attached to the handset.
He remains a hugely influential figure in the art world.
A limited edition colour lithograph from the "Les Chevaux Daliniens" or “Dali’s Horses” series of 25 embossed, coloured lithographs that were produced c.1970-1972.
Entitled 'Le Cheval du Printemps' ("The Horse of Spring").
Signed "Dali" to the lower margin and numbered "190/250" in pencil on BFK Rives paper.
Measures 540 by 395mm and is unframed.
A wonderful limited edition signed print from one of the 20th century's most important artists.
Provenance: ex Stanley Gibbons.
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