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Salvador Dali Conquête du Cosmos – The caduseus of Mars nourished by the ball of fire of Jupiter, 1974

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About the work
  • Medium

    Print : lithography, etching

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    39.4 x 27.6 inch

  • Support

    Print on Arches paper

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 195 copies
    1 remaining copy

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Hand-signed by artist

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    Part of Series of 12 original etchings and colored lithographies edited by Jean Lavigne Paris.

    Science has always been a passion for Salvador Dali, and since the launch of the Soviet man-made satellite into orbit in 1957, the great task for humanity to conquer outer space has been posed. This revolutionary step in the history of science led Dali to dream of cosmic landscapes and inspired him to create this set of prints.
    While watching the series "Conquest of the Cosmos", the viewer can spot iconic symbols of Dalinian art, such as the melted watch, crutches, the burning giraffe, butterflies, and many more.

    Reference: “The Official Catalog of the Graphic Works of Salvador Dali” by Albert Field.
    Ref. 74-12- K- pages 98. Published by The Salvador Dali Archives.
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Salvador Dali

Spain Born in: 1904 Bestsellers Masterpieces

Salvador Dalí, in full Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí y Domenech, was born May 11, 1904, in Figueras, Spain, and died on January 23, 1989. This Spanissurrealist painter and printmaker was known for his explorations of subconscious imagery.


As an art student in Madrid and Barcelona, Dalí absorbed a number of artistic styles and displayed unusual technical dexterity as a painter. It was not until the late 1920s that two events brought about the development of his mature artistic style. First, his discovery of Sigmund Freud's writings on the erotic significance of subconscious imagery. Second, his affiliation with the Paris Surrealists, a group of artists and writers who sought to establish a “greater reality" of the human subconscious over reason. To evoke images from his subconscious mind, Dalí partook in self-induced hallucinatory states, a process he described as “paranoiac-critical". 


Upon Dalí establishing this method, his painting style matured at an extraordinary rate. Thanks to René Magritte and Joan Miró, from 1929 to 1937, Dalí had produced the artworks that had earned him the title of the world's best-known Surrealist artist. He depicted a dream world in which commonplace objects are juxtaposed, deformed, or otherwise metamorphosed in a bizarre and irrational manner.


The famous artist dabbled in other media as well. Alongside Spanish director Luis Buñuel, Dalí made two Surrealist films—Un Chien Andalou (1928; An Andalusian Dog) and L'Âge d'Or (1930; The Golden Age)—that are similarly filled with grotesque but highly suggestive images. Dalí also wrote books; perhaps the most interesting and revealing being The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí (1942-44).


By the late 1930s, Dalí switched to painting in a more academic style under the influence of the Renaissance painter Raphael. By doing so, he was consequently expelled from the Surrealist movement. Thereafter, he spent much of his time designing theatre sets, fashionable shop interiors, jewelry, as well as exhibiting his genius for flamboyant self-promotional stunts in the United States, where he lived from 1940 to 1955.


From 1950 to 1970, Dalí painted many works with religious themes, although he continued to explore erotic subjects, childhood memories, and themes surrounding his wife, Gala. Despite their technical accomplishments, Dalí's later paintings are not as highly regarded as his earlier works. 

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Salvador Dali, Conquête du Cosmos – The caduseus of Mars nourished by the ball of fire of Jupiter
Salvador Dali, Conquête du Cosmos – The caduseus of Mars nourished by the ball of fire of Jupiter