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Spanish-born painter Salvador Dali (1904-1989), describing himself as descended from the Moors and therefore passionate about the gilded, excessive and luxurious, was just as unique in his eccentric personal behavior as in his art. Best known for his immediately identifiable, 1931 melting clocks painting entitled "The Persistence of Memory," Dali's early influences included Cubism and Dadaism. His formal training in Madrid lasted about four years until, just before graduation from the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, he was expelled for causing unrest. At this time, he traveled to Paris and met his idol, Pablo Picasso, who had already been made aware of Dali's unique talents by fellow Spanish painter Joan Miro. He was also introduced to several of Miro's Surrealist friends.

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Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Logician Devil"
$500.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Logician Devil
Inferno - plate 27
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing.

This impression is a special decomposition, printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1963 by Les Heures Claires in a much smaller edition than the total edition of 4765. During the printing process, multiple wood blocks were used for each color separation. Deluxe suites were issued by the publisher containing a few decomposition proofs -- this particular proof shows the print in it's nearly finished state. Proofs such as this are rare and are sought after by collectors.

The image measures 9 3/4 x 7 inches (247 x 180 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Guiding Angel"
$400.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Guiding Angel
Purgatory - plate 2
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing.

This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1963 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 9 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches (245 x 190 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "Divine Impenetrability"
$350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy Divine impenetrability
Paradise - plate 22
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing.

This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1963 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 9 1/2 x 7 3/8 inches (242 x 187 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Punishment of Vanni Fucci"
$350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Punishment of Vanni Fucci
Inferno - plate 24
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing.

This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1963 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 1/4 inches (255 x 183 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "Ugolino and Ruggieri"
$350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy Ugolino and Ruggieri
Inferno - plate 23
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing.

This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1963 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 6 3/4 inches (255 x 170 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "Cacciaguida sees Dante's exile in God"
$350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy Cacciaguida sees
Dante's exile in God
Paradise - plate 17
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing.

This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1963 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 9 1/2 x 6 5/8 inches (247 x 175 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Wood and the Suicide"
$350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Wood and the Suicide
Inferno - plate 13
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing.

This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1963 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 1/4 inches (255 x 185 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Black Cherub"
$350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Black Cherub
Inferno - plate 20
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing.

This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1963 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 inches (255 x 180 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
   
 

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