Dali, like Renaissance artists, refused to be restricted to one unique form of expression, that of painting. This is a comprehensive guide to Dali's jewels which spans almost thirty years, and includes essays on his life and work, his commitment, motivations and inspirations and presents conceptual sketches of the jewels before they were made.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - BeaverMeyer - LibraryThing
Dali's pictures are grotesque and fascinating. My only complain is that this book is too big to fit on a regulation bookshelf. Read full review