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Salvador Dalí sketches Don Quixote in 1960, as part of his sketches of five Spanish immortals – Quixote, Cervantes, El Cid, El Greco, and Ve...

Salvador Dalí sketches Don Quixote in 1960, as part of his sketches of five Spanish immortals – Quixote, Cervantes, El Cid, El Greco, and Ve...

Salvador Dali walking his pet anteater

Just Salvador Dali walking his pet anteater. (1969, Paris)

Salvador Dali and Francois-Marie Banier, Paris, 1963, photo by Alecio de Andrade. This is not a photo of the young Yves St Laurent with Dali, as most everyone seems to believe.

Salvador Dali and Francois-Marie Banier, Paris, 1963, photo by Alecio de Andrade. This is not a photo of the young Yves St Laurent with Dali, as most everyone seems to believe.

Previous Pinner- Salvador Dali - I really like how the artist manages to depict the ever lasting change of the earth through designing a painting of a mountain/cliff with the structure of a human face. He does this to reference how much humans have changed and redesigned the world we live in to suit our ways of life.

Previous Pinner- Salvador Dali - I really like how the artist manages to depict the ever lasting change of the earth through designing a painting of a mountain/cliff with the structure of a human face. He does this to reference how much humans have changed and redesigned the world we live in to suit our ways of life.

Salvador Dalí, “Santiago El Grande,” 1957. Oil on canvas, 160 1/2 x 120 in. Beaverbrook Art Gallery, New Brunswick. The stunning composition ! with all the tricks of the Dali's of the end of the 50s.

Salvador Dalí, “Santiago El Grande,” 1957. Oil on canvas, 160 1/2 x 120 in. Beaverbrook Art Gallery, New Brunswick. The stunning composition ! with all the tricks of the Dali's of the end of the 50s.

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