Salvador Dali is one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, and it's hard not to see why! He definitely was an odd person, an innovator who though outside of the box. His surreal paintings are full of mystery, pain, disturbances, and intrigue. He seems to have known human condition very well. They make you think, imagine, fantasize, analyze and get lost in his fascinating world all together. What comes to mind with each of his unusual works of art? It's all free to interpretation.
"The slave market with the disappearing bust of Voltaire"
"Illuminated by the moon"
"Honey is sweeter than blood"
"Invisible lion, horse, sleeping woman"
"Metamorphosis of Narcissus"
"Premonition of Civil War"
"Apparition of a face and fruit dish on a beach"
"Spider of the evening...hope"
"Swans reflecting Elephants"
This is his most famous peace. "The persistence of memory"
Couldn't find the name of this one. It's just too amazing to not be put up here.
The crazy, brilliant artist.
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