Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) is best known for his unique and striking style with an extraordinary repertoire reaching out across film, painting, photography, and sculpture. Whilst his name may be most commonly associated with Surrealism, Dalí consummately displayed mastery over such broad genres as classical, modernist, and Cubist styles. A crucial figure in art history, Dalí has inspired countless literary works and this edifying Best Of volume gives readers a fascinating insight into the life and career highlights of one of art’s most controversial and exciting pioneers.
Renowned art historian and author of a number of successful works on Turner, Warhol, Constantin Brancusi, and David Hockney, Eric Shanes is also vice-president of the Turner society and he is an advisor of the Tate Gallery. His lectures on art are highly sought after throughout the United Kingdom and across America. He is also a painter.
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