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El Mito Tragico De El Angelus De Millet / The Tragic Myth Of The Angelus By Millet [Paperback]

El Mito Tragico De El Angelus De Millet / The Tragic Myth Of The Angelus By Millet [Paperback]

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Item description for El Mito Tragico De El Angelus De Millet / The Tragic Myth Of The Angelus By Millet by Salvador Dali, Oscar Tusquets & Robert Descharnes...

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Describes the famous "paranoid-critical" method created by Dali, the analysis of the tragic myth involving the death of a son, and the confirmation of the hypothesis that behind Millet, he hid an erotic artist.

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Pages   184
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 8.25"
Weight:   0.6 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jan 30, 2004
Publisher   TusQuets
ISBN  8483109344  
ISBN13  9788483109342  


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More About Salvador Dali, Oscar Tusquets & Robert Descharnes


Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Salvador Dali was born in 1904 in Figueres, Spain. In his teens, he exhibited his work at home and in the town's municipal theater before leaving for Madrid's Academy of Arts. In his last year there, he was expelled for announcing that none of the faculty was competent to judge his work. After moving to Paris, he befriended Pablo Picasso and Andre Breton, moved in with the woman who would become his wife of nearly 50 years (though she was Paul Eluard's wife when he met her) and began work on the paintings for which became best known, such as "The Persistence of Memory," which he described as "hand-painted dream photographs." Over the course of his career, he also made sculpture, designed jewelry, illustrated books and collaborated with filmmakers such as Bunuel and Hitchcock. The most famous of all the Surrealists, he died in Figueres in 1989.

Salvador Dali was born in 1904 and died in 1989.

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