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William Crow Aug 21
Visit the Salvador Theatre-Museum in Figueres, Spain. This is the largest surrealistic object in the world.
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Jackie De Burca Aug 19
"I am not a Surrealist; I am Surrealism. Surrealism is not a party or a label; it is a state of mind, unique, to each his own, that can be affected by no party line, taboo, or morality. It is the total freedom to be and the right to absolute dreaming." @QuartoExplores
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Salvador Dali Aug 23
Dawn, Noon, Sunset and Dusk, 1979
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Salvador Dali Aug 20
Stage Curtain for the Ballet 'Cafe De Chinitas', 1943
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Allan Davidson Jul 20
No sense asking why there's a phone box next to the barbecue pit, why wouldn't there be? Surreal.
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Tim Trutone 10h
Perfect grey day for a French film. I love this movie. Haven't watched it in forever. It was inspiration for a song I wrote many years ago. Director was super tight with and made many great films.…
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Salvador Dali Aug 22
Ballerina in a Death's Head, 1939
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Mordecai Jul 3
Salvador (1904 - 1989) Departure for the great journey ,(1960-64).
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Salvador Dali Aug 21
Dreams on a Beach, 1934
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Salvador Dali Aug 21
The Lacemaker (after Vermeer), 1955
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Do Lectures Aug 8
Have no fear of perfection. You’ll never reach it.
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I Love Dali Jul 25
RT : RT : So they're exhuming ... With a little luck the grave will only hold a model lobster, a watch, and penny farthing
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Kali Aug 19
Hanging out with friends in Dali
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Salvador Dali Aug 17
Birth of a New World, 1942
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Salvador Dali Aug 23
The Pyramids and the Sphynx of Gizeh, 1954
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Nit_Twit Aug 1
Mpofu, perhaps u need some help? See below, PowerPoint 101 👇
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Salvador Dali Aug 23
Study for the Set of the Ballet 'Tristan Insane', 1944
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Dan Howard Aug 14
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Gisela R. Jul 30
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Salvador Dali Aug 23
The Invisible Man, 1933
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