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Spectrum of Sex Appeal – 22 x 30

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Spectrum of Sex Appeal

Salvador Dali

Medium: Hand – Colored Lithograph on Arches Paper

Retail Price: $10,000.00

Paper Size: 21 5/8” x 29 5/8”
Image Size: 18” x 23”

Edition: 216/300

Information About the Lithograph

A beautiful hand signed, and numbered Dali lithograph published in 1980 by Rizzoli, Milan. Not only is the lithograph hand signed and numbered by Dali, but he has also ‘hand finished’ the lithograph. He hand-painted areas of the lithograph with gold embellishment. This makes it very special; far more valuable than just a hand signed/numbered Dali lithograph. The lithograph is printed on hand-made 100% cotton Arches paper.

The original painting was created in 1932. Huge and decaying on the beach, the rickety, propped-up figure of Sex Appeal is not a pretty sight; sex-appall might be a more appropriate term for this random collection of limbs, tenuously attached to a torso composed of sacks and ragged wrappings. The head merges into the rocks in a typical Dali double image, and the amputated and ravaged extremities suggest the aftereffects of cannibalism, an idea always closely linked with sex in Dali’s mind. According to his own account, the small boy in the sailor suit is Dali at the age of six, holding a hoop in one hand and an ossified penis in the other. The identical figure reappears 35 years later in The Hallucinogenic Toreador. A cove is a real place, close to Cadaques, which Dali had probably known from his childhood.

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Spectrum of Sex Appeal

Salvador Dali

Medium: Hand – Colored Lithograph on Arches Paper

Retail Price: $10,000.00

Paper Size: 21 5/8” x 29 5/8”
Image Size: 18” x 23”

Edition: 216/300

Information About the Lithograph

A beautiful hand signed, and numbered Dali lithograph published in 1980 by Rizzoli, Milan. Dali hand signed and numbered the lithograph. He also ‘hand finished’ the lithograph. He hand-painted areas of the lithograph with gold embellishment. This makes it very special; far more valuable than just a hand signed/numbered Dali lithograph. It is printed on hand-made 100% cotton Arches paper.

The original painting was created in 1932. Huge and decaying on the beach, the rickety, propped-up figure of Spectrum of Sex Appeal is not a pretty sight; sex-appall might be a more appropriate term for this random collection of limbs attached to a torso composed of sacks and ragged wrappings. The head merges into the rocks in a typical Dali double image, and the amputated and ravaged extremities suggest the aftereffects of cannibalism, an idea always closely linked with sex in Dali’s mind. According to his own account, the small boy in the sailor suit is Dali at the age of six, holding a hoop in one hand and an ossified penis in the other. The identical figure reappears 35 years later in The Hallucinogenic Toreador. A cove is a real place, close to Cadaques, which Dali had probably known from his childhood.

Finally, you can add this incredible artwork to your collection by contacting Art Leaders Gallery.

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