Salvador Dalí, (1904 – 1989 Catalonia) Spanish Surrealist painter, printmaker and sculptor, influential for his explorations of the subconscious. He is known for his surrealistic paintings, but his venture into sculpture was equally captivating. With dreamlike creations that blur reality, from his iconic melting clocks to distorted figures and unexpected combinations, his unconventional approach revolutionized the medium. Dali’s sculptural works continue to enchant, inviting us to explore the depths of the human psyche and the boundless possibilities of the imagination.  His unconventional approach to sculpting challenged traditional sculptural techniques and paved the way for innovative approaches within the medium.

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