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Salvador Dalí

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Salvador Dali was encouraged to pursue his art from an early age, and eventually continued his studies in Madrid at the Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid. Dal began his apprenticeship as an artist with the impressionist painter Ramón Picho in Figueres in 1922 and studied there until his expulsion in 1926.

During his formative years in the Spanish capital, Dal lived in the Residencia de Estudiantes where he became friends with Luis Bunuel and Federico Garca Lorca and later went to Hollywood and worked on other films with such renowned directors as Alfred Hitchcock and Walt Disney.

Dali enjoyed using many different materials to create art, including painting, sculpture and film. He is best known for his striking and whimsical imagery in his surrealist works, which are often associated with the influence of Renaissance masters. His extensive artistic repertoire included film, sculpture and photography in collaboration with a range of artists from a wide variety of media.

In the late 1930s, Dali switched to painting in a more academic style influenced by the Renaissance artist Raphael, his ambivalent political views alienated his surrealist colleagues during the rise of fascism, and was ultimately expelled from the group.

After that he spent most of his time designing theater sets, fashion stores interiors and jewelry, and showed his genius in flamboyant self-propelled stunts in the United States where he lived from 1940 to 1955. During this period he wrote a number of works in which Picasso was influenced.

He painted many paintings there and later exhibited at the Julian Levi Gallery in New York. In the winter of 1940-41, Dali spent time at the Hampton Estate, the residence of Karess Crosby (Karess Crosby) in Caroline County, Virginia, where he worked on various projects, including autobiography and Paintings for the next exhibition.

The Spanish artist Joan Miro, a catalan ally of the surrealists, even asked his Parisian dealer to visit Dalis’s paintings during his visit to Figueres. Dali came to Paris to film the film Un Chien Andalou (Andalusian Dog) which Spanish director Luis Bunuel, whom Dali knew from school, filmed from a script he worked on with Dalihad.

In 1916 he also discovered modern painting during a summer vacation in Cadaqués with Ramon Pichot, a local artist who regularly traveled to Paris; the following year, Father Dalis organized an exhibition of his charcoal drawings at his family home.

He had his first public exhibition at Teatro Municipal in Figueres in 1919 where he will return decades later, the apparatus and the hand (1927), which contained the symbolic images and landscape of dreams that became Dal’s inimitable pictorial signature. He used this method throughout his life, most often in such paintings as The Persistence of Memory (1931) and Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936 ). His most famous work was completed in August 19

In 1931, Dalí wrote one of his most famous works, The Persistence of Memory [63], in which he developed the surreal image of softly melting pocket watches, an artistic direction in which artists created fabulous scenes and showed situations that were bizarre or impossible. in the real life.

When Dal was in Paris, he also directed a film called Un Chien Andalou (Andalusian Dog) with director Luis Buuel, the first surreal film that did not have a plot, but only a series of scenes, only slightly related to each other.

The preservation of memory, perhaps Dalis’s most famous painting, made a splash in New York in January 1932, when gallery owner and first surrealist champion Julien Levy proclaimed it “10 x 14 inches of Dali dynamite” and his image was destroyed.

Dala embodied the idea that life is the greatest art form and extracted it with such an unforgiving passion, purity of mission and unwavering commitment to exploring and establishing its various interests and crafts that it is impossible to ignore his revolutionary influence on the art world. His desire to continually and without apology to transform both the concepts of surrealism and psychoanalysis on a worldwide visual platform but also the permission of people to embrace themselves in all their human glory, warts.

Salvador Rafael Aniceto Dali Cusi (1872-1950) [12] was a bourgeois lawyer and notary public, [13] a Catalan anticlerical and federalist atheist whose strict disciplinary approach was softerened by his wife Felipa Domenech Ferres (1874-1921)), [ 14], who encouraged the creative endeavors of his sons. Dal attended the Municipal School of Painting in Figueres in 1916 and discovered modern painting on a

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