From the "Don Quichotte de la Mancha" suite is this hand-printed Lithograph on Japon Imperial paper. Dali created 12 original images on stone plates for the edition, and each one reveals Dali's bizarre experimentation and intrigue with abstract expressionism. This work bears Dali's hand signature from the stone plate that was engraved by the artist before going to print. The Lithographs from this edition represent some of the earliest work in print-making by the artist, and are the rarest and most desired by collectors.

SALVADOR DALI (1904-1989) Salvador Dali's work is associated with the surrealist movement of the 20th Century. A diverse and multi-talented artist, Dali is considered one of the most collected artists today, and his works offer an incredible opportunity for enormous appreciation in value. In addition to his original works, Dali produced works on paper for reproduction using dry point, etching, woodcut, and lithography. Many of his works are held in prestigious private and public collections world-wide.

Original Limited Edition Stone Lithograph on Japon Imperial paper, 1957. Edition Size: 233, plus proofs. Paper Size: 16.25" x 12.875." Signed in the stone plate by the artist before going to print. Published by Joseph Foret. Field's Catalog Reference #: 57-1, I. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Certificate of Authenticity included.

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