20th century, Spain - Hand painted polystone - Good condition
Tristan and Isolde, 1944, depicts the Spanish Salvador Dali's vision of the 12th century legend of the adulterous love affair between the Cornish knight Tristan and the Irish princess Iseult (or Isolde). Tristan was a knight of the Round Table, who fell in love with Isolde, the future wife of his uncle, after they had both mistakenly taken a love potion. The tale is a tragic one with Tristan dying of despair and Isolde subsequently committing suicide. Dali painted it while collaborating with choreographer Leonide Massine for the ballet "Mad Tristan," inspired by Wagner's opera "Tristan and Isolde."
In this lot we present two official figures produced with permission of Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation. Designed exclusively for the ballet Mad Tristan inspired by the opera "Tristan and Isolde" by Richard Wagner.
Discontinued figures. Not possible to buy in stores nowadays.
Isolda size: 10 x 8 x 11 cm.
Tristan size: 9 x 8 x 14 cm.
Material: hand painted polystone.
Total weight: 410 grams.
Good condition with very minimal signs of the passage of time. Please take a good look at the 20 detailed pictures of description.
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