Folle, Folle, Folle, Minerva, Crazy / Crazy, Crazy Minerva

Image Size: 20.75" x 16.38" ( 53cm x 42cm )
Actual Size: 29.75" x 21.25" ( 76cm x 54cm )
Medium: etching
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 Folle, Folle, Folle, Minerva / Crazy, Crazy, Crazy Minerva  by Salvador Dali is from the  Memories Of Surrealism suite which consists of  12 hand-signed lithographs with etching  printed in color. Minerva was the Roman goddess of wisdom and knowledge. She emerged into the world bearing her mothers weapons and armor from a cleft in the head of her father the God Jupiter who had swallowed the Titanus Metis who was bearing his child Minerva.  In Greek mythology Minerva was known as Athena the virgin goddess of  poetry, music, commerce, medicine, wisdom, crafts, and magic. . Folle, Folle, Folle Minerva – Crazy, Crazy, Crazy Minerva is a photolith of an original gouache with collage + original etching (lithograph by Jobin, etching by Rigal) Signed in pencil by the artist and numbered AIII/XXV. Published by Transworld Art. In very good condition.

Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marquis of Dalí de Púbol (11 May 1904 – 23 January 1989), was a Spanish surrealist artist of Catalan ethnicity born in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain. One of the most famous artists that has ever lived Dali was a prolific creator working in many mediums such as painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, writing , multi media , photography and film making to name a few. He had an eccentric personality and with his exceptional skill as a draftsman and his unusually imaginative view of the world Dali captured the attention of the public wherever his work was displayed. He created his own personal philosophy which he called paranoid critical a state in which one could simulate delusion while still maintaining one’s sanity which influenced the Surrealist movement. Dali’s world of tapping into the unconscious using symbolism filled with themes from religion, death, eroticism and decay has fascinated even those who were not frequent art lovers. Dali was a great showman and loved being adored by his public. But needless to say he had the talent to sustain his popularity even after his death.