n 1969 Dali created a series of 11 drypoint etchings with hand coloring entitled Les Hippies. The inspiration for this suite came from photographs taken in India by his longtime friend and publisher, Pierre Argillet. The etchings reveal the superb, spontaneous and consummate technique of the artist at the peak of his maturity. Outlandish, surrealist characters or situations appear in these 11 images through intricate whirls and golden halos.
Salvador Dali's illustrations for Montaigne's Essays
Ballerina in a Death’s Head - Salvador Dali Plus
Salvador Dali - Faust, 1969-- I've never seen a Dali drawing, only his paintings. Pretty cool.
Bryans hosiery ad by Salvador Dali
Salvador Dalí - The Song of Songs of Solomon is a series of 12 etchings that demonstrate Dalí's interest in religious themes and stories of the Old Testament. "Return, Return, Shulamite" portrays the verse "Return, return, O Shulamite; return, return, that we may look upon thee: what will yee see in the Shulamite? as it were the company of two armies" (Song of Solomon 6:13, King James Version).
Salvador Dali, The Sun
Salvador Dali >> Untitled (Angel surréaliste), circa 1969 | (huile, reproduction, copie, tableau, oeuvre, peinture).
Dali - Picasso: a ticket to glory n 1974 Salvador Dali created a portfolio entitled “After 50 Years of Surrealism”. This portfolio serves as a documentation of important moments and events in the artist’s life, and can furthermore be seen as homage to Andre Bretón’s Surrealist Manifesto, written 50 years earlier in 1924. Bretón’s manifesto proposed a radical and systematic revision of received values, and a revaluation of the unconscious as a source of all artistic inspiration.