Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) was a Spanish surrealist artist known for his eccentric and imaginative artworks. While primarily celebrated for his paintings, Dalí also created sculptures that reflected his unique artistic vision. His sculptural works often feature surreal and dreamlike elements, such as melting clocks and distorted figures, characteristic of his larger body of work. Dalí’s sculptures explore themes of time, memory, and the subconscious mind, inviting viewers into a surreal and fantastical world where reality is distorted and fragmented.

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