Salvador DALI (1904-1989). Les Songes drolatiques... - Lot 13 - Le Floc'h

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Salvador DALI (1904-1989). Les Songes drolatiques... - Lot 13 - Le Floc'h
Salvador DALI (1904-1989). Les Songes drolatiques de Pantagruel by François Rabelais, 1973. Series of twenty-five lithographs in colors on Japon nacré paper, without title page, each one signed and numbered 61/250 (some breaks, light stains to some). Presented in the red cloth slipcase of the edition, title printed in black on the front (small scratches). Dimensions : Subjects : Height. : 67 cm - Width : 48 cm - Leaves : Height : 75 cm - Width : 53 cm 75 cm - Width : 53 cm Reference : Michler and Löpsinger 1398 to 1422. The purchase invoice from Art et valeur, 38 avenue de Friedland in Paris, dated November 23, 1973 and a certificate of authenticity by lithography issued by André Schoeller are attached. The Songes drolatiques written by François Rabelais tells the adventures and vices of two giants - Gargantua and his son Pantagruel. Surrealist artist, interested in the representation of the unconscious and the dream, inspired by the aesthetics of medieval engravings, Salvador Dali delivers a unique interpretation, tinged with eroticism, humor and fantasy. Expert : Mrs Sylvie COLLIGNON
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