DALI - alchimie des philosophesJerry
I own this 10 piece limited edition signed and want to sell ..anyone know a honest dealer I can deal with?
Christ of St. John on the Cross Metal Releif Wall Hanging. Silver Patina vmtemple
How many of these were produced in silver? Were there more than one production? Are there known fakes? Did these come with a certificate of authenticity?
Hommage to Picasso by Dalipeter ferguson
Does anyone know the symbolic meaning show in dali" work "Hommage to Pacisso"? Do you know where I can find information on the Web>?
Dali Miami ExhibitionReed V. Horth
Dalí Miami is a celebration of perhaps the most extraordinary contributor to the art world of the 20th Century,
Spanish Master Salvador Dalí.
This first-of-its-kind exhibit will take place March 7th -11th in Miami’s own architectural gem, The Moore Building in our Design District. The museum-level collection will feature over 200 originals, prints, object d’art and editioned sculptures spanning the broad gamut of Dalí‘s prolific career.
Salvador Dalí is considered by many to be the “Father of Surrealism”. Not only is he one of the greatest masters of art of the twentieth century, but his innovative thinking and spectacular draftsmanship created some of the most indelible images which have become synonymous with Art itself… The Melted Clock, the Don Quijote with sword raised, the Maternal Egg, the Freudian Drawers…. All images which are quintessentially Dalínian. The broad variety of media in which Dalí was known to have works, often surprises viewers and collectors. Our collection, culled together by renowned curator Reed V. Horth, of Robin Rile Fine Art, represents some of the most prominent and historically significant works which remain under private ownership, outside of the museums in Spain and St. Petersburg, FL. This exhibition will provide viewers with an unparalleled exposure to this master on a scale unavailable outside of the major museums of the world.
The Moore Building is the perfect location for such an exhibition due to its location in the heart of Miami’s famed Design District. This historic venue was built in 1921 (the height of Dalí’s fame) and is one of the most iconic spaces in all of Miami. The truly unique building boasts four floors of arcaded spaces, totaling more than 28,000 square feet.
If you ever felt Dalí was out of touch, out of reach, and just a bit crazy…
Let us open your eyes to the truths in all these things…. and more.
“At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since”.
~ Salvador Dalí (1904-1989)
Dali Lithograph, seemingly ink, pencil, blue inkRon Russell
I have a 7" X 9" Dali lithograph, titled on the back, "Melting Watches." A gift from the late 60's. Has the number: 39408 on the back as well. Also has "PSL" on the back. Signed on bottom right side of the drawing by Dali. Have not found anything on the Internet similar. The drawing is of a melting watch on the braches of a tree, but the numbers on the watch are backward (the number 1 is missing from the face of the clock, but the other numbers are visible, and it is a close up, so the watch dominates the drawing. No horizon or other figures in the background. An ant is crawling downward between the 11 and 12 on the face of the clock. Any tips on value, validity, etc. Please help. Thank you, Ron
dali authenticationrobert colacurto
you can get it authenticated by the dali society ,joe nuzzolo or the dali archives frank hunter
value of Platinum Last Supper Relief by DaliC. Chandler
I have a Platinum Last supper relief by Dali and I'd like to know the value of it. Thank you
Salvador Dali RingPolly Rice
I know that S Dali did not create a lor of jewerly, but I do have a ring that he created. It has been in my family for years, it was given to a Great-Great Aunt by Dali, she was also an artist. Do anyone have any idea how I can find out how much this is worth?
What is Salvador Dali Worth or REALAnnmarie Mitchell
To find anything about Salvador Dali there are ONLY 2 PLACES YOU SHOULD ONLY DEAL WITH; The Salvador Dali Gallery or The Salvador Dali Society. This is the best advice I can give, this is where everybody else will go to authenticate any Salvador Dali.
Looking for.....m mullins
I am in search of one of Dali's large monumental paintings. Not to be confused with ascension or other similar works, the painting in question has Christ's spirit rising up from the cross and cradled by the hand of God. All of this double imaged in the clouds. I would appreciate if anyone might let me know the name of the painting. Thanks!
Title of a Dali that I have Karen Bush
I was left a Salvador Dali picture of a pair of outstetched hands, which are holding 2 figures. It is signed and numbered.. I would like to know the name of the work and when it was created.. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Karen
Remember when you buy a Dali to insist on a 3rd party authenticity and a 3rd party appraisal. A legitimate gallery would offer this for free. You can contact me with questions about Dali 1-888-888-DALI
Don Quixote by Salvador DaliEllie Miles
Who knows the value of a authenticated original etching of Don Quioxote. Rearing up on horse with a man laying on ground beneathe
Fake Dali lithoKeith
See my earlier comments. (Dali 3 Horses / Horse of Spring). I have recently been told by an art consultant that this is fake art. The real title being Ballet Tristan. The art-gallery/antique "dealer" in Utrecht, Netherlands would not give a lifetime guarantee nor a certificate of authenticity. Obviously.
Dali 3 horses (Horse of Spring?)Keith
I have a signed Dali litho (of 300) entitled Horse of Spring (or Ballet of Horses?) It depicts 3 horses heads turning to stone and stairs leading up to a tower. There is an abandoned car in the tree at the top and the sea in the background. Anyone familiar with this piece? What is it called? Thanks.
The Last Supper wall hanging sculptureMichael Pilch
I am looking for more information on "The Last Supper" wall hanging sculpture by Dali. I have found this piece in several different galleries, but I never get the full story behind the piece. Does anyone have any details about it?
Does anyone out there in Daliland have any information concerning collages done by Dali. I have one that depicts a guitar player in front of a glass of soda. The scene reminds me of the old coffe houses with the player making his living by passing the hat. The collage includes cloth, ink, watercolor, paint, laid on board. In the lower right,of this 15x22 work is the inscription "le esperito of California" L.A. U.S.A. no date is given. Comparison of the handwriting and signature compares very well.Any help is needed and appreciated.
Salvador Dali Kathy Burris
Does Dali have a series called "Kingdom of Gala" I have a pencil signed Two Nudes but I don't think that is the correct name. It looks as though it is in the same vein at the "Kingdom of Gala" The gallery did not mark it correctly when I bought it years ago. Any help would be great. Thank you!
Dali and PrintsCB
General statements about Dali prints:
1. Dali signed blank paper for Levine & Levine to satisfy a US Judeges order. He signed the contract in the US, got paid and said it was time to back to Spain. L&L took Dali to court to prevent him from leaving the country until the work for the contract was complete.
Judge's compromise was for Dali to sign enough blank paper to satisfy the contract. Levine & Levine can account for every sheet signed. Pics of U.S. Marshalls with Dali signing the paper are in Meredith Etherington-Smith book.
2. Dali never signed blank paper unless ordered to do so by a judge(see above). In his exhaustively researched biography of Dali, author Ian Gibson states without reservation that Dali signing blank paper is a myth.
3. Dali fakes came about because Dali could no longer sign his name and West Coast galleries were making too much money on Dali prints to allow them to stop. So these galleries got together, bought 35mm slides of Dali paintings from museum gift shops and made lithos from the slides, then forged a signature. This creates an easy rule of thumb: If the print is of a Dali painting, the print must be fake. (There are a few exceptions.)
4. Two publishers in particular almost always produced fakes after the real prints. Their flaw is that they did not have all the plates and many that they did have were well worn. A comparison of the image on the print to a photo from a catalogue raisonne will show the differences. In particular, in the 'Portrait of Picasso' fake the plate with the head of Alexander the Great is missing.
4. Open edition prints were sometimes legitimately made after limited edition runs, especially on the small pieces from Schneider, like Don Quixote, El Cid, WAshington, etc, The open edition prints are easy to tell because they contain a Dali signature within the image that was used to cover the hole made when the plate was initially destroyed by drilling holes in it.
There is much more to this. The Bottom line is that with a little knowledge, Dali prints are probably the safest on the market to buy for the experienced buyer. They have been scrutinized so much over the past 20 years that market is pretty clean except for the obvious fakes.
Dali and certificates etc.
It is with much regret that I must tell you that I have heard the following (Hear say)the following. Mr Dali DID sign many we do not know how many blanks. Sheets meant for printing his work but signed before the work was done. By doing so he lost count. Production over runs became the norm. What was supposed to be 100/100 became 450/100. If you include HS hors series = grease pieces. or HC for the printing house never more than 10[[%]] of the run. Any thing more than 120/100 is tragic. Original plates not destroyed, signed paper = overruns that have and will be hard to prove. Certificates of authenticity signed by who. Provenance? Even legitimate galleries are duped. So Mr Dali is suspect and so are some of his prints.
So if you have a Dali you must go to the most unblemished most legitimate expert and have a good certificate created as well as a seal attesting the Dali stamped on the back of the print. Then get it notarized.
IMHO Art lover.
Dali-Brightly Colored Ceramic Tilesjoan
I bought 6 ceramic tiles which are brightly colored with the dali signature in the designs. One is looks like jazz instruments, another a peace graphic, another looks like a starfishish creature...any chance that these were authorized by Dali?
Dali - Homage to PicassoQueenie
I have two signed & #'d prints purchased around 1982 from Beverly Hills Art Gallery - one is Hawaiian Fisherman, the other Homage to Picasso. Are these likely to be fakes?
Fake or .........Wayne K.
I recently acquired A signed and numbered 1984 lithograph called "Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean" ("Lincoln in Dalivision"). It is numbered HC85/100. It is stamped "1984 MAGUI FRANCE S.A." Another stamp reads "REG. U.S. COPYRIGHT" "OFFICE AND PROTECTED BY U.S. LAWS." It has a signature but can't verify that it is Dali's.
Does anyone know about this eddition?
I have a Magui print, ink and watercolor dated March 1984. 6th in a series of 100. Please tell me this isn't a fake...
Christ of Saint JohnJoe Nuzzolo
Christ of Saint John is a famous fake. -Joe Nuzzolo, The Salvador Dali Society
Winged HorseJoe Nuzzolo
There are no authentic hand signed editions by Dali done after 1980, with the exception of Christ of Gala a double image of Christ on the cross, your work was issued after Dali's death on January 23,1989- Joe Nuzzolo, The Salvador Dali Society,
Last SupperJoe Nuzzolo
The original painting of the Last Supper is in the National Gallery in DC. You probably have a poster of this work. -Joe Nuzzolo, The Salvador Dali Society
Hawaiian FishermanJoe Nuzzolo
Hawaiian Fisherman is a famous Dali fake. If you have any others, let me know or send me pictures and I will evaluate them for you for free. I run the Salvador Dali Society.
Can anyone tell me the value of a Dali Litho., pencil signed,about 1982, titled "Hawaiian Fishermen"
Is an etching just as valuable as a print /lithograph/drawing etc?
value of Dali lithographjc
I have a Dali signed lithograph titled "CORNUCOPIA LASSER" from 1974. It is marked 7/7 and I would like to know what range of value it may have. One thing, though, the certificate of authentication was lost a long time ago.
lost artmario vitale
I have four zinc dies named winter,spring summer and fall made in the 1970sby the great tool and die maker peter J. Rosa for mr dali.these were never picked up or paid for by mr Dali....
seeking any inforosy
The Dali Flower Clock, c)1972 that am searching for info about...Any Collector
out there know of this
piece; it was a 300-peice
edition...for example where
was it created, etc...And
who was EA (the apprentice?
the printer?? Thanks-
lithograph salvador dalishanen ruppel
I bought a litho from a frame dealer. It is of a tunnel and 2 horse heads with water in the back ground and a castle with a tree with an old 1930's car hanging from the tree. It appears to have dali's signature, but I am unable to verify or find out the name of this piece of art. I have pictures I could send. Can someone help?
ID of original printJudith Beltz
Over 20 yrs. ago I purchased an original Dali print of Don Quixote and Sancho P. with 5 windmills in the distance, a dark cloud upper right and 3 yellow flowers lower right. It is numbered on the bottom left 146/200 and is signed on the lower right. I do not have a title for this work. I thought it might be part of the La Mancha portfolio but do not see it there. Does anyone have an idea?
I am needing to know the value of some Dali etchings left to me. They have on the back a cetificate of authenticty from Investors Art Guild, but an internet search produced no results for that name. I have a set of four etchings said to be artist proof 7x5 signed in lower right facing corner with the penciled initials AP in the left facing corner. Any help appreciated. Thank you!
My family has just inherited a signed and certified Dali purchased in 1973 that is #257/300, the print has the famous watch, butterlies, and rock formation. Does anyone know the name?
Dali's Diamondhead LithographRobin Thumann
I would like to know if anyone would recommend a colorist who does high quality work on Dali Lithographs? The vivid colors on one of my Dali pieces has faded due to sunlight and I'd like to restore it.
Dali metal platesDavid
I received two gold colored, framed metal plates, one is El Cid and one is Don Quixote, from my mother in law. I have seen all kind of prints of these two on paper, but never etched into metal plates. Does any one have any information on them?
Seeking Dali TitleJennifer
Searching for a title for a Dali piece.
Large green leaves, tree like with a human heart in the middle, vine stems resemble veins. Colors: Green, Orange. About 3.5' x 2'.
Any help identifying this piece would be greatly appreciated!
Dali print of Plaza Mayor, Madridjohn
I remember seeing a Dali print, etching or lithograph of Madrid's Plaza mayor in a gallery in Munich in the early 80's and regret never purchasing it. Now I'm having trouble finding any reference to it. Can anyone help, know the name or a place to search??? Thanks
How do I tell if a wood engraving is orginal or not? Is there and easy way?
Does anyone know about a Dali litograph from the "pentagruel" series?
The litograph is a limited ed. (250)+50 editions - signed by pencil.
Supposedly this particular painting is nr. 96 out of 250 and dated 1973 I believe.
Anoyone with any tips are welcome to mail me
Dali gold pendant and chainVicki
We have cast gold pendant/sculpture and bar link chain. It was purchased in Spain in the late 70's or early 80'0's. It is numbered, with original certificate. Does anyone know about this item?
Dali lithographsKathryn Dionne
Does anyone know the title of a Dali lithograph that features a stuck bull, some butterflies, maybe Don Quixote on a stick horse, done in shade of orange and yellow. It is not of the matador series. I've not been able to find a picture of it on the net anywhere.
Did Dali sketch his artwork?Donna Payne
I would be so greatful if someone could settle this question. Did Salvador Dali sketch his artwork before he painted it or finished it? I know he was a great draftsman. Thank you.
salvador daliKathy Clark
I have just purchased a dali of the divine comedy, purgatory 18, supposedly signed 3 ways, 1st in the right hand corner by Dali in pencil (not colored)secondly by EA, and thirdly on the back of the piece by the person who "commissioned dali". How do I know if this is real or a fake. I was told that there are 105 of these pieces.
Kissing Tulips with added ink drawingMike
I have a lithograph by Dali titled "Kissing Tulips" numbered 106/350. A friend told me that this print has extra ink work added by Dali (apparently drawn at the signing). The sketch does appear to be "on top"of the print. I've never seen this sketch on any pictures I've seen of Kissing Tulips. The ink drawing is of a long legged flaming giraffe, a horizon line, and 2 converging vertical lines. Any information on this work would be appreciated Thanks
Crypt Designed by DaliAmy
In Campbell County, Virginia, in a small community called Sherwill, near Concord, there is a monument designed by Dali for his friend and benefactor, Owen Cheatham, founder of Georgia Pacific. Few people know of its existence. Owen, his brother and several other family members are buried there. Does anyone have any additional information on this monument? Could there be a design drawing on file somewhere?
Christ of St. John of the CrossMichael Lombard
Reply to James Julin – His comment 03/11/2006:
RE: Christ of St. John of the Cross
The original Dali oil “Christ of St. John of the Cross” is at the Glasgow Museum, Scotland. Lee Catterall, “The Great Dali Art Fraud”, Barricade Books, Inc., cc 1992, provides an interesting commentary about the lithographs and cast bas-reliefs. The lithographs are printed on two different types of paper and a second edition on lambskin. Catterall believes these works are not authentic, but who knows. I have the lambskin lithograph and a bronze bas-relief. We enjoy the pieces whatever their authenticity – and the story about how the works came about is very interesting.
Full signatureJamie McCann
I have been hearing about 10 sets of the complete Devine Comedy series (all 101 paintings)have been found that feature Salvador Dali's full-signature, not just "Dali".
If you have any knowledge about the authenicity-or the fraudulency--of such a set, I would like to hear from you.