Salvador Dalí - Modern Rhapsody 1957 Series: The Seven Arts Surrealism shows imagination of the subconscious and often about myths. This specific painting emerges strange and symbolic figures that provide a sense of absurd and crazy fantasy
This showcases surrealism artwork done by Salvador Dalí. This artwork is called the ‘Lobster Telephone’. During the surrealism period, there were no planning and it was art, fashion, and feelings that were unplanned and "beyond the real".
The Persistence of Memory - Salvador Dali Completion Date: 1931 Style: Surrealism Genre: symbolic painting Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: x 33 cm Gallery: Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
"This is Salvador Dali's "Elephant's which is my inspiration for a story for a Dali-themed anthology. The melting clocks on the desert are much better known, and offer more obvious story ideas, but this image is strange and wonderful," a pinner wrote.