Salvador Dali, painter in surrealism

Salvador Dali, the painter who attracted the most attention in the first exhibitions of Surrealism. Dali was portraying the foggy events, objects and creatures of a strange world in his paintings, far from any form of logic. In the desert landscapes, giraffes were burning, naked women and male bodies were able to stand up, de-sticks, or only with supports. Bunch of clusters of twigs, which were softened like laundry, were hanging on the tree branches. On the beaches, the sewing machines settled on the cliffs, and they were incompatible with the decor. Salvador Dali side-to-side with the most incongruous, most incompatible, unpredictable things, opening the gates of imagination. It could really be expected that such a distant aesthetics would use a technique unrelated to the reality. He was on the contrary. Surrealists ’chose a realism based on 100 percent realism and classical traditions.

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