15 beautiful rare prints. Giclee print on High quality acid free 220 gsm archival paper. Gives exceptional detail and colour. Each is approx 26 cm height x 21 cm width x (10.3″x 9.5″) and each picture is approx 22 cm height x 16 cm width (8.7″ x 6.3 “) The pictures will be carefully packaged in a slip case and put in a tough large envelope with hard backing so these don’t get bent. In 1969, Swiss publisher Jean Schneider commissioned Salvador Dalí to make something new and exciting out of 19th century botanical illustrations. The Surrealist artist took ten images from Pierre-Antoine Poiteaus Pomologie française: recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France (originally published in 1808; Dalí probably used the 1848 edition) and three from Traité des arbres et arbustes que lon cultive en France by Duhamel du Monceau, illustrations by Pierre-Jean Redouté. He painted over and around the engravings with watercolors, using an element of the original prints as a jumping off point for his characteristically whimsical, sexual, humorous, orthogonal-to-reality vision. The item “Set of x15 VERY RARE Salvador Dali FruitDalí Series/Botanical Art” is in sale since Tuesday, December 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “sapphiremardi1″ and is located in Melbourne. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Subject: Fantasy