Spania Figueres6 The Dali Theatre-Museum3

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YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION HERE: https://ma-planete.com/pps/websiteview/catid_45/id_510710/title_Spania-Figueres6-The-Dali-Theatre-Museum3/ SLIDESHARE LINK: https://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/spania-figueres6-the-dali-theatremuseum3 The town is the birthplace of artist Salvador Dali, and houses the Dali Theatre-Museum, a large museum designed by Dali himself which attracts many visitors. Population (2018) 46,381. The present day Dali museum is located in the building that was once the Municipal Theatre of Figueres, originally built in 1849. The various collections of the Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí include all types of works of art: paintings, drawings, sculptures, engravings, installations, holograms, stereoscopes, photography, etc. Of them, some 1,500 are on exhibition at the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres.

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3 FIGUERES Dalí Theatre-Museum

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The Dalí Theatre-Museum, designed by the artist himself, houses one of the best Dalí collections of art in the world, featuring not only paintings and drawings, but also three-dimensional installations and sculptures. This is also where the artist is buried. Aside from Salvador Dalí's works, there are works by other artists that the painter invited to be exhibited in his museum, such as Antoni Pitxot and Evarist Vallès, accompanied by other artist from the painter's own private collection, such as El Greco, Marià Fortuny, Modest Urgell, Ernest Meissonier, Marcel Duchamp, Gerard Dou and Bouguereau. In various galleries of the Theatre-Museum we can also find works by John de Andrea, Wolf Vostell, Meifrén and Ernst Fuchs

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Since 1984, Evarist Vallès has a permanent room with a sample of its work in painting and sculpture, at the Gala Salvador Dalí Theater-Museum Evarist Vallès (1923-1999)

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Evarist Vallès (1923-1999)

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Evarist Vallès (1923-1999)

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Evarist Vallès (1923-1999)

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Evarist Vallès (1923-1999)

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Evarist Vallès (1923-1999)

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In accordance with Dalí's specific request, a second-floor gallery is devoted to the work of his friend and fellow Catalan artist Antoni Pitxot, who also became director of the museum after Dalí's death

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The anthropomorphic face that leads to the Antoni Pitxot section Antoni Pitxot (1934-2015)

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Antoni Pitxot (1934-2015)

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Antoni Pitxot (1934-2015)

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Antoni Pitxot (1934-2015)

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Antoni Pitxot (1934-2015)

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Gerrit Dou (1613-1675) the prayer of the spinner Stained glass designed by Jacques Grüber (1870-1936) Dali’s portrait by Sebastián Cestero

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Face of Mae West Which Can Be Used as an Apartment Mae West Room is a sculptural installation (1974) based on artist’s original painting “Il volto di Mae West” 1930. Seen from a special place the room’s furniture transfers to a face of actress

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A door handle Butterfly lamp

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Fifty abstract paintings which seen from two metres change into three Lenin’s disguised as Chinese and seen from six metres appear as the head of a royal tiger” Multiple-faced mask

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The bust of the woman balancing a loaf of bread on her head, onto which has been placed a sculptural version of Millet’s Angelus

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The bust of the woman balancing a loaf of bread on her head, onto which has been placed a sculptural version of Millet’s Angelus

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Study for The Hallucinogenic Toreador 1969

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Venus of Milo with Drawers 1964

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The Poetry of America 1943

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Hairy Venus that, like a Spring, Nurses a Cupid (After “Aphrodite” by Scopas ) 1976

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Venus à la giraffe, 1973 

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The Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres, Spain calls itself “the largest surrealistic object in the world”. Dalí said, “This museum must not be seen as a museum, it is gigantic surrealist object, where everything is coherent and nothing escapes my meaning.”

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When it falls, it falls 1972

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Experimenting optical illusion art: Gala's Foot (Stereoscopic work) 1974

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Dalí Seen from the Back Painting Gala from the Back Eternalized by Six Virtual Corneas Provisionally Reflected by Six Real Mirrors 1973

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The Palace of the Wind Room (N15) – can be named as the most significant hall in all the museum. The name of the room is borrowed by Salvador Dali from Catalan poet who calls the Emporda area The Wind Palace due to the north wind Tramontana that appears in this place. This room was created by Dali as his home – where he invites all the visitors

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Galatea of the Spheres 1952 Moreover in this room were exhibited Dali’s artworks for the first time – in 1917 two paintings of young Salvador Dali participated in the exhibition that took place in the Municipal Theatre of Figueres. So the room N15 is a combination of the hall, the bedroom, the workshop and the gallery. Visitors are attracted to this hall by huge oil painting on the ceiling – Dali & Gala are flying away

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Details of the ceiling

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Wind Palace Pencil sketch of Gala

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Homage to Newton (the small variant) Dix Recettes d’Immortalite

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Perseus Hommage to Benvenuto Cellini Ceiling detail

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The bedroom

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The artist's bad and tapestry “The Persistence of Memory” and gilded gorilla skeleton with reproduction of the head from 'The ecstasy of Saint Theresa’

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tapestry “The Persistence of Memory”

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All the furniture, as a bed in the bedroom, the canapé, the easel, the Turkish shoe-cleaner box – were bought from antique stores and modified by Salvador Dali

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Dalí /Rafael, a prolonged revery 01 November 2018 - 31 December 2019 The loan from the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid to the Dalí Theatre-Museum of the Raphael painting Madonna of the Rose to the Dalí Theatre-Museum from the Museo del Prado, as part of the exhibition project "On Tour through Spain", organized by the Prado in commemoration of the museum's bicentenary was the starting point of the exhibition Dalí -Raphael, a Prolonged Reverie.

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Exploding raphaelesque head 1951 Scottish National Gallery Of Modern Art (Modern One)

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The Ascension of Saint Cecilia 1955

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Salvador Dali Rafael, Santa Caterina d'Alexandria, c. 1507. The National Gallery, Londres

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The Ascension of Saint Cecilia 1955 (fragment)

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Madonna of the Rose (details)

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Madonna of the Rose (detail)

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Salvador Dali Preparatory drawing for the painting 'The Tuna Fisherman' The title Dalí /Rafael, a prolonged revery comes from Dalí's 1948 treatise on painting, 50 Secrets of Magic Craftsmanship, in which he pays tribute to the art of painting and its techniques.

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Dalí /Rafael, a prolonged revery

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Untitled Saint Peter's Basilica Explosion of Mystical Faith in the Midst of a Cathedral

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Untitled Saint Peter's Basilica Explosion of Mystical Faith in the Midst of a Cathedral (fragment)

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