Among us walks Hawkeye: After the Kree-Skrull war, the Goliath jute fruce wears off and Clint Barton resumes his regularly scheduled identity, albeit in a tribal hippie getup. In other news, Mars - er, Ares needs violence (he'll hit on Venus later on). Cover and interiors by Barry (Windsor) Smith (and you thought Conan was a barbarian).
Salvador Dalí (1904 - 1989), Vénus de Milo aux tiroirs, inscribed Dalí and numbered 3/5, painted bronze and ermine pompons, height: 98cm., 38 5/8 in. Executed in plaster in 1936 and cast in bronze in 1964 in an edition of 6 plus 4 artist's proofs.
Venus De Milo with Drawers, 1936 - bronze with plaster-like mount and fur tassels - - 98 x 32.5 x 34 cm - - Rotterdam, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen - Dalí designed the drawers and his friend Marcel Duchamp made the sculpture. I want this!
-----O Coloso de Nerón----- Ó principio a estatua representaba ó emperador Nerón e decoraba a súa casa. Cando morreu o seu sucesor Vespasiano transformouna na do deus do sol cambiándolle a cabeza. Anos máis tarde o emperador Hadriano decidiu trasladala para construir nese lugar o templo de Venus e Roma (ó fondo á dereita) e mandouna levar á praza do Coliseo onde lle colocou unha base de 15 m. de alto. O conxunto elevábase ata case 50 m, a altura do Coliseo.
Venus Bronze Gleam | $98.95 The adjustable hook-and-loop straps help offer a custom fit. The Venus is built on the same stable, rocker outsole found on Alegria's Classic clog style that is engineered to roll naturally reducing heel and central metatarsal pressure. The flat bottom makes it easy to walk in while encouraging proper posture and normal gate. The anatomically correct footbed forms to your foot to redistribute weight more evenly.
Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Vénus de Milo aux tiroirs. Height: 73cm. Arguably Dali's most important work, this was originally conceived in 1936 with his friend Marcel Duchamps. Dali draw drawers on a photograph of the historical "Venus" in a Freudian reference to how our history is kept deep within our psyche. www.robinrile.com