Salvador Dali - Early paintings - 1910-1929

Dalí was expelled from the Academia in 1926, shortly before his final exams when he was accused of starting an unrest. His mastery of painting skills at that time was evidenced by his realistic The Basket of Bread, painted in 1926. That same year, he made his first visit to Paris, where he met Pablo Picasso, whom the young Dalí revered. Picasso had already heard favorable reports about Dalí from Joan Miró, a fellow Catalan who introduced him to many Surrealist friends. As he developed his own style over the next few years, Dalí made a number of works heavily influenced by Picasso and Miró.

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The Wounded Bird 1928 Desires 1928 Accommodations of Desire 1929 Desecration Descripti 1929 Illumined Pleasures 1929
The Wounded Bird
1928
Desires
1928
Accommodations
of Desire
1929
Desecration Descripti
1929
Illumined Pleasures
1929
Imperial Monument of Woma-Child. Gala. Utopian Fantasy 1929 Invisible Man. Study 1929 Playing in the Dark 1929 Portrait of Paul Eluard 1929
Imperial Monument
of Woma-Child.
Gala.
Utopian Fantasy
1929
Invisible Man. Study
1929
Playing in the Dark
1929
Portrait of Paul Eluard
1929
Profanation of the Host
1929
Sometimes I Spit with Pleasure on the Portrait of my Mother. The Sacred Heart 1929 The Ants 1929 The Enigma of My Desire or My Mother, My Mother, My Mother 1929 The First Days of Spring 1929 The Great Masturbator 1929
Sometimes I Spit
with Pleasure on the
Portrait of my Mother.
The Sacred Heart
1929
The Ants
1929
The Enigma of My
Desire or My Mother,
My Mother, My Mother
1929
The First Days of Spring
1929
The Great Masturbator
1929
The Lugubrious Game 1929  The Two Balconies 1929
The Lugubrious Game
1929
The Two Balconies
1929

 

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