4 December 2007
Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904-1989)
signed and with foundry mark 'Dalí/Perseo SA' (on top of the base) and numbered '308/350' (on the side of the base)
bronze with a gold and brown patina
54 cm. high (incl. the stone base)
Conceived in 1975 and cast in 1984 in an edition of 350 and 35 artist's proofs.
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R.& N. Descharnes, Dalí- The hard and the soft - Spells for the magic of form - Sculptures and objects, Azay-le-Rideau, no. 651, p. 253 (ill. of another cast).
To be sold with a certificate of authenticity from I.A.R. Art Resource Ltd., dated 21 September 2007.
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