This is a revised and updated edition of Dawn Ade's single-volume study of Salvador Dali's work. What accounts for his popularity as an artist? Is it the accessibility of his imagery or his talent as a self-publicist? This book considers questions raised by the Dali phenomenon. His early years, the development of his technique and style, his relationship with the Surrealists, his exploitation of Freudian ideas, and the image which Dali created of himself as the mad genius artist are all explored in this text.
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This study of Salvador Dali's work asks what accounts for his popularity as an artist. Is it the accessibility of his imagery or his talent as a self-publicist?About the Author:
Robert Descharnes, a photographer and writer, has published studies of major artists, among them Antoni Gaudi and Auguste Rodin. Since 1950, he has been documenting and cataloguing Dali's paintings and writings, and is now considered the leading expert on the artist. Shortly before Dali's death, Descharnes was appointed by him to take charge of the rights to his works, within the Societe Demart Pro Arte B.V., of which Descharnes is president. Gilles Neret was an art historian, journalist, writer, and museum correspondent. He organized several art retrospectives in Japan and founded the SEIBU museum and the Wildenstein Gallery in Tokyo. He directed art reviews such as L'Oeil and Connaissance des Arts and received the Elie Faure Prize in 1981 for his publications. Neret is the editor of TASCHEN'S catalogues raisonnes of the works of Monet and Velazquez, as well as the author of Dali The Paintings and Erotica Universalis. He died on August 3, 2005.
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Book Description Thames and Hudson Ltd, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. revised updated subsequent edition. 216 pages. 8.25x6.00x0.75 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk050020280X
Book Description Thames & Hudson, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 050020280X
Book Description Thames & Hudson, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11050020280X