Salvador Dali
by Jessica Hodge

A few pages of biography and photographs followed by many color reproductions of Dali's paintings.

He tried to illustrate dreams in his Freudian-Surrealistic paintings. Later he became obsessed with optical illusions and atomic physics, and he tried to illustrate them in bizarre paintings.

He was a nut who had great skills. It is too bad he didn't paint more beautiful subjects.

Year Read: 2000


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