Lithograph - Plate-signed - Edition of 4980 - Stamped by the publishers - 1983
|Title of artwork:||Chevalier Romain (The Roman Cavalier)|
Salvador DALI - Chevalier Romain (The Roman Cavalier)
Lithograph on Vélin d'Arches paper
Plate-signed from the 1983 edition of 4980.
Copyright of the SPADEM + stamp of the publishers
Dimensions 36.5 x 56.5 cm
Color lithograph from the edition of 4980 published by Armand & Georges Israel in 1983.
This edition was printed during the lifetime of Salvador Dali and with his consent.
Printed on thick pur chiffon Vélin d’Arches, this lithograph is in mint condition, plate-signed outside the image and has an embossed seal stamped by the publishers Armand & Georges Israel. It features the copyright from the S.P.A.D.E.M (ex ADAGP) on the lower left corner and the title is printed in the lower right corner.
The lithograph will be sold with a certificate of authenticity and shipped using FedEx.
The lithograph is extracted from the 18 lithographs portfolio « Les Chevaux de Dali » (The Horse of Salvador Dali). Those 18 lithographs were created after 25 gouaches paintings that Salvador Dali painted during 1971. The horse theme was frequently used by Dali throughout his career. The horse is seen as a symbol of beauty and elegance as well as a symbol for strength and rawness. This portfolio is an homage to the animal itself and all the symbols it represents in modern culture, mythology and history of humanity and art.
This suite of works is referenced in « The Official Catalog of the Graphic Works of Salvador Dali » [Albert Fields].
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