Dali Calendar, Wall, Andrews McMeel
More than fifteen years after his death, Salvador Dali continues to be one of the world's most popular artists. To many, his work defines Surrealism, and according to Alan Riding of the New York Times, "among twentieth-century artists, his renown is probably only exceeded by Picasso's."
2004 marked the centennial of Dali's birth and signaled a resurgence of interest in the Surrealist master. Drawn from the Salvador Dali exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this calendar includes works from the artist's long and varied career, from his Cubist-influenced beginnings, through Surrealist domination, to his later, lesser-known works. · This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Andrews McMeel.
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