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Salvador Dalí 'Gladiolus Cum Aurium Corymbo Expectantium'

Salvador Dalí 'Gladiolus Cum Aurium Corymbo Expectantium'

Salvador Dalí (1904-1989)
Gladiolus Cum Aurium Corymbo Expectantium (Pirate's Gladioli)
From the suite Surrealistic Flowers, 1972
Photolithograph and etching on Arches Paper
Edition 312/350 
Signed 'Dali' and editioned in pencil along lower edge
Published by Editions Graphiques Internationales
Printed by Ateliers Rigal and Draeger Freres, ParisFull sheet: 29-5/8 x 21-3/4 inches

In 1972, Salvador Dalí released 15 color lithographs of “Surrealist Flowers,” featuring many of his most famous symbols. In one print, the petals of white lilies morph into melting clocks. In another, a bouquet of tulips sprouts actual lips. The suite also features roses covered in drawers, anemones growing forks, and gladioli wearing hoop earrings (as shown). 

Michler & Lo¨psinger, 541.
Bruce Hochman OS has kindly confirmed the authenticity of this work.

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