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Salvador Dali was, and remains, among the most universally recognizable artists of the twentieth century. What accounts for this popularity? His excellence as an artist? Or his genius as a self-publicist? In this searching text, partly based on interviews with the artist and fully revised, extended and updated for this edition, Dawn Ades considers the Dali phenomenon. From his early years, his artistic friendships and the development of his technique and style, to his relationship with the Surrealists and exploitation of Freudian ideas, and on to his post-war paintings, this essential study places Dali in social, historical and artistic context, and casts new light on the full range of his creativity.

Product code: 9780500204764
Author: Dawn Ades
Cover: oprawa miękka
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Language: English
Liczba stron: 240
Format: 210 x 150
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