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Tuna Fishing, 1967 by Salvador Dali (1904-1989, Spain) | Oil Painting Replica Salvador Dali | WahooArt.com

Artworks , Tuna Fishing , 1967 By Salvador Dali
Tuna Fishing, 1967 by Salvador Dali (1904-1989, Spain) | Oil Painting Replica Salvador Dali | WahooArt.com
Artworks , Tuna Fishing , 1967 By Salvador Dali

"Tuna Fishing, 1967"

Salvador Dali - Oil

This painting is location in the Paul Ricard Foundation. Made as a homage to the 19th century painter from France, Jean-Louis-Ernest Meissonier, “Tuna Fishing” is considered to be one of Dali’s final remaining masterpieces. Dali has stated his intentions around this painting as a will to unify the entire spectrum of all phenomenon, thereby forming a singular point of convergence for everything. He intended for the scenes of violence to personify acts of mortality in the grander scheme of the universe. “The Tuna Fishing” combines all the different techniques that he dabbled in time to time through the last four decades of his career. Some of these techniques include Action Painting, Pointillism and Pop Art, while his signature brand of surrealism dominated the work. While portraying a mass slaughter of fishes, this painting is also dominated by images of Dionysian figures, Hellenistic icons, Gladiatorial battles as well as cinematic aesthetics.






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