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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.

Framburg Venus 4779 Foyer chandelier 24"W x 36"H with 98" extension. 6-60 Watt candle clear. Shown in mahogany bronze with antique brass accents on inner strapping. Made in the USA. #HPmkt

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-----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.

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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