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Le Vitrail (Painted Window)

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Individual Etchings: Le Vitrail (Painted Window)

Salvador Dali – Pierre Argillet Collection

In addition to the numerous series within the Argillet Collection, Dali created 21 individual copper etchings between 1960 and 1972.

Product Information:

  • Framed Size: 18 1/4″ x 22 1/4″
  • Paper Size: 15″ x 11″
  • Signed Etching on Japon
  • Edition Number: 140/250
  • Certificate of Authenticity & Gallery Appraisal

Catalogue Raisonne:

  • Dali: The Argillet Collection #334, pg 53.
  • The Official Catalogue of Salvador Dali by Albert Field #68-1, pg 135
  • Dali: Catalogue Raisonne of Etchings and Mixed Media Prints, 1924-1980 by Prestel #216 pg 334.

Information on Le Vitrail and the Pierre Argillet Collection

Dali’s work was heavily influenced by the theme of death the brevity of human existence. As a Surrealist, he relied on various symbols to further explore his themes. For example, a common symbol among many of his works was a crutch. Dalí used the crutch to symbolize the need for emotional and physical support at various parts of one’s life. In Le Vitrail, the crutch represents death and comfort in old age.

Many more symbols are used throughout Le Vitrail. The dark angelic figure furthers the theme as the embodiment of the angel of death. However, Death isn’t portrayed as evil but as a peaceful, thoughtful entity. This is evident through the figure’s relaxed pensive posture – a representation of Auguste Rodin’s The Thinker.

The Argillet Collection of Salvador Dali Drawings and Original Etchings is a collaboration between Surrealist Salvador Dali and art collector and publisher Pierre Argillet. This collection demonstrates the highest standards of quality, superb draftsmanship, and artisanship. As a result, this body of work is possibly the finest work produced by Dali during his career. Between 1934 and 1974, the two men subsequently created and published nearly 200 works. Ultimately, many of which have been displayed in some of the best known museums around the world.

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Individual Etchings: Le Vitrail (Painted Window)

Salvador Dali – Pierre Argillet Collection

In addition to the numerous series within the Argillet Collection, Dali created 21 individual copper etchings between 1960 and 1972.

Product Information:

  • Framed Size: 18 1/4″ x 22 1/4″
  • Paper Size: 15″ x 11″
  • Signed & Numbered Etching on Arches
  • Edition Number: 140/250
  • Certificate of Authenticity & Gallery Appraisal

Catalogue Raisonne:

  • Dali: The Argillet Collection #334, pg 53.
  • The Official Catalogue of Salvador Dali by Albert Field #68-1, pg 135
  • Dali: Catalogue Raisonne of Etchings and Mixed Media Prints, 1924-1980 by Prestel #216 pg 334.

Information on Le Vitrail and the Pierre Argillet Collection

Death and the brevity of human existence heavily inspired Dali’s work. As a Surrealist, he relied on various symbols to further explore his themes. For example, a common symbol among many of his works was a crutch. Dalí used the crutch to symbolize the need for emotional and physical support at various parts of one’s life. In Le Vitrail, the crutch represents death and comfort in old age.

The dark angelic figure furthers the theme as the embodiment of the angel of death. However, Dali portrays the entity as peaceful and thoughtful rather than evil. This is evident through the figure’s relaxed pensive posture – a representation of Auguste Rodin’s The Thinker.

The Argillet Collection of Salvador Dali Drawings and Original Etchings is a collaboration between Surrealist Salvador Dali and art collector and publisher Pierre Argillet. This collection demonstrates the highest standards of quality, superb draftsmanship, and artisanship. As a result, this body of work is possibly the finest work produced by Dali during his career. Between 1934 and 1974, the two men subsequently created and published nearly 200 works. Ultimately, many of which have been displayed in some of the best known museums around the world.

Price: $5,500.00

Free Domestic Shipping
Please contact the gallery for international shipping rates.

Contact Gallery
248-539-0262

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