Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras - Nice Vintage Things
Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras - Nice Vintage Things
Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras - Nice Vintage Things
Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras - Nice Vintage Things
Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras - Nice Vintage Things
Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras - Nice Vintage Things
Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras - Nice Vintage Things
Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras - Nice Vintage Things

Dalí Vintage 1974 Lithograph Poster Teatro Museo Figueras

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-Lithograph Poster announcing the Salvador Dalí Exhibition in 1974 at Teatro Museo Figueras of the celebrated artist, Salvador Dalí. Marked “Manaranche Grave. Lith.” on the right, and “Printed in France by MOURLOT” at the bottom. 

-The main image is artwork from the set of 13 pieces ‘The Twelve Tribes of Israel’.

-It’s in great vintage condition. Framed ready to hang. 

-20 3/4”Wx29”H

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 About Salvador Dalí:

Salvador Dalí spent much of his life promoting himself and shocking the world. He relished courting the masses, and he was probably better known, especially in the United States, than any other 20th-century painter, including even fellow Spaniard Pablo Picasso. He loved creating a sensation, not to mention controversy, and early in his career exhibited a drawing, titled SacredHeart, that featured the words “Sometimes I Spit with Pleasure on the Portrait of My Mother.” Publicity and money apparently mattered so much to Dalí that, twitching his waxed, upturned mustache, he endorsed a host of products for French and American television commercials. Diffidence was not in his vocabulary. “Compared to Velázquez, I am nothing,” he said in 1960, “but compared to contemporary painters, I am the most big genius of modern time.”

Dalí’s antics, however, often obscured the genius. And many art critics believe that he peaked artistically in his 20s and 30s, then gave himself over to exhibitionism and greed. He died in 1989 at age 84.