Hand Signed Salvador Dali Lithograph
In this quintessential rendering, after a 1941 Salvador Dali painting, one envisions the ruined countenance of a skeletal face; the large drawn mouth, serving as a gateway to the plains and vast terrain of the future that lies ahead. The growing cypress tree represents the life of man. The original of this work, an oil on canvas, entitled Ruin with Head of Medusa and Landscape, was executed for Edna Woolman Chase, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue magazine, in 1941.
This lithograph bears Salvador Dali's original signature in pencil and is signed and verified as authentic on the reverse by Dali Archivist Albert Field.
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