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Johan Hagemeyer (American, born Netherlands, 1884–1962). Salvador Dali, Carmel, 1944. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Estate of Johan Hagemeyer, 1962 (62.684.15) #mustache #movember

Salvador Dali ~ 1944 ~ Johan Hagemeyer (American, born Netherlands, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Estate of Johan Hagemeyer, 1962

'Bleeding World' by Salvador Dali, 1953, The Silversmith Carlos Alemany and Ertman INC, New York.

'Bleeding World' by Salvador Dali, 1953, The Silversmith Carlos Alemany and Ertman INC, New York.

Salvador Dali by Irving Penn, 1947.

Irving Penn's Extraordinary Portrait Photographs

Irving Penn's, Corner Portrait, Salvador Dali, New York, 1947 for Vogue Magazine. Copyright of The Irving Penn Foundation.

“I do not understand why, when I ask for grilled lobster in a restaurant, I'm never served a cooked telephone.”

Salvador Dali Artist: George Platt Lynes (American, East Orange, New Jersey New York) Date: 1939 Medium: Gelatin silver print with applied pigment Dimensions: x cm x 5 in.) Classification: Photographs Rights and Reproduction:© Estate of George Platt Lynes

"Salvador, Brazil" by lilith1521 ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Lele Sadoughi, Alternativa, Barneys New York, Gucci, Oscar de la Renta, Sisley, oscardelarenta, gucci, ruffles and Brazil

"Salvador, Brazil" by lilith1521 ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Lele Sadoughi, Alternativa, Barneys New York, Gucci, Oscar de la Renta, Sisley, oscardelarenta, gucci, ruffles and Brazil

Undoubtedly the most famous Surrealist painting in history, The Persistence of Memory is Salvador Dali’s iconic ode to time. The dripping clocks reflect the inner workings of Dali’s subconscious and convey a simple (albeit complexly delivered) message: time as we know it is meaningless.

7 Famous Surrealist Artists And Their Most Iconic Paintings

This famous surrealist painting by Salvador Dali reminds me of transcendentalism because the melting clocks symbolize all things returning to nature in the fading of society.

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