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The 1000++ Artworks of media Oil and containing the word salvador dali, oil, surrealism, animals, asia, body

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Salvador Dali - The Burning Giraffe, 1937The Burning Giraffe, 1937Salvador Dali

The Burning Giraffe (1937) is a painting by the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí. Dalí painted Burning Giraffe before his exile in the United States which was from 1940 - 1948. Although Dalí declared himself apolitical— 'I am Dalí, and only that'—this painting shows his personal struggle with the ba...

 
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Salvador Dali - Sleep, 1937Sleep, 1937Salvador Dali

Dali’s “Sleep” of 1937 deals with a Freudian theme of the world of dreams that has fascinated the Surrealists who believed that the freedom of the subconscious within sleep could be tapped into and then realized creatively in their art. This painting is an attempt to duplicate the dream world into c...

 
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Rene Magritte - The false mirrorThe false mirrorRene Magritte

The False Mirror is an allegorical Surrealist painting, also referred to as 'magical realism. The painting is typical of Magritte's work as he tends to defy the viewer's normal insight. The painting is of an eye, without a face or a body, just an eye spread across the canvas, the viewer feels confro...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Rene Magritte - False MirrorFalse MirrorRene Magritte

The False Mirror is an allegorical painting done by Mr. Magritte in the Surrealist art form during his Surrealist period in Paris. The style of this type of art work has also been referred to as “magical realism.” It was completed in 1928. The use of this particular body part is telling in that it ...

 
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Frida Kahlo - Self-Portrait with MonkeysSelf-Portrait with MonkeysFrida Kahlo

This is the self-portrait in which Frida includes her pet monkeys. This painting was produced during her most prolific period, the early 1940s, in which she created several self-portraits. The background is one of tropical plants which is a common background theme used in many of her paintings. In t...

Collection of Jacques - Natasha Gelman (Mexico City, Mexico)
 
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Salvador Dali - The Enigma of Desire, My Mother, 1929The Enigma of Desire, My Mother, 1929Salvador Dali

'The Enigma of Desire' was the first work sold by the Goemans Gallery during Dali's first one-man exhibition there in 1929. Just as he was painting this canvas, Dali found a religious chromolighograph on which he wrote: 'Sometimes I spit with pleasure on my mother's portrait, had a quite psychoanaly...

 
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Salvador Dali - The Endless Enigma, 1938The Endless Enigma, 1938Salvador Dali

Inside this painting are six separate images, interwoven and laid atop one another.This composition is probably the best example of paranoiac-critical activity in operation in the paintings done by Dal. He is not satisfied with pursuing a double image but succeeds in accumulating and making rise si...

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid, Spain)
 
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Salvador Dali - Burning GiraffeBurning GiraffeSalvador Dali

Dali had claimed to be apolitical but Burning Giraffe, which was painted before his exile to the United States, can reveal many personal struggles that he may have had with his country, as the Spanish War of 1937 prevailed. The two female figures in the image are held up by crutches, the one in the ...

 
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo - AirAirGiuseppe Arcimboldo

The Four Elements is a series of paintings by Italian artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo in 1566 during the Renaissance. They were commissioned by Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor. The portraits display figures in profile formed by different animals or objects. Earth is represented by land animals, Air by ...

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Salvador Dali - Crucifixion (Hypercubic Body)Crucifixion (Hypercubic Body)Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali paints a non-traditional and surrealist interpretation of Christ’s Crucifixion. Here, Christ is depicted on a “polyhedron net of a tesseract” or a hypercube, a four-dimensional figure. It was at this time that Dali was fascinated with nuclear science and we can see him continuously inc...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
 
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Salvador Dali - Autumn CannibalismAutumn CannibalismSalvador Dali

As with many artists, Dali was to depict war and conflict in several of his major works. Autumn Cannibalism was painted in 1936, the year the civil war began in Spain. The painting is an evocative interpretation of the horror and destruction of war, and also comments on the devoring nature of sexual...

Tate Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
 
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Salvador Dali - The Apotheosis of Homer, 1944-45The Apotheosis of Homer, 1944-45Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali was considerably influenced by Greek mythology from a young age, as his father would tell him of these fantastical creatures; this most likely had an impact on Dali’s surrealist works where he creates mystical worlds of his own. In his painting The Apotheosis of Homer, he portrays Home...

Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst (Munchen, Germany)