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Презентация ученика 10 класса «а» Лебедина Ивана по картинам Сальвадора Дали.
Landscape Near Figueras (1910) is a painting by the Spanish artist Salvador Dalí. This is one of the earliest known works by Dalí, having been painted when he was about six years old.At the beginning of Dalís career, his primary influence was from the impressionist movement. This painting is one of the purest examples of Dalís impressionist period. Over the next ten years he would use increasingly brilliant colors and lighting until the 1920s, when he began creating cubist and surrealist compositions.Landscape Near Figueras was painted in oil over a 14 x 9 cm postcard. The sky was painted thinly, allowing part of the design of the postcard to show through. It is now part of the private collection of Mr. Albert Field in Astoria, Queens, New YorkSpanishSalvador Dalí
La persistencia de la memoria (1931) or The Persistence of Memory is the most famous painting by artist Salvador Dalí. It has been owned by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City since It was, however, on display at the Salvador Dalí Museum, in St. Petersburg, Florida, (1 February–1 June 2008). The Persistence of Memory returned to the Museum of Modern Art in June 2008 as part of the exhibition Dalí and Film, on view from 29 June – 15 September 2008.
Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936) is a painting by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí. Depicted is a grimacing dismembered figure symbolic of the Spanish state in civil war, alternately grasping upward at itself and holding itself down underfoot, a relationship morbidly prescient of Escher's later Drawing Hands (1948). The painting resides at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The painting, which was painted in 1936, is used to show the struggle of war that can sometimes be both self-fulfilling and self-mutilating at the same time. Dali was openly against war, and used this painting to show it. The boiled beans may refer to the ancient Catalan offering to the gods. The little man in the bottom left corner is a representation of the astonishing, awe-inspiring spirits contained in the souls of Anneke and Nikki van Lugo, childhood friends and muses of Dali.
The painting depicts a woman (Dalí's wife, Gala) sleeping while sunbathing naked during a calm day on rocks floating over the sea, possibly at Port Lligat.An elephant with incredibly long, extremely thin legs walks across the sea's horizon while carrying an obelisk. Near the woman float two drops of water and a small pomegranate.From a larger pomegranate comes a fish that spews a tiger from which comes another tiger, while in front of that second tiger a rifle's bayonet touches (or nearly touches) the woman's right arm.
Leda Atomica is a painting by Salvador Dali, made in The picture depicts the mythological queen of Sparta Leda, with the swan. Leda is a frontal portrait of Dalí's wife, Gala, who is seated on a pedestal with her left arm around a swan which extends his beak as if attempting to kiss her, but also as if whispering into her ear. Different objects such as a book, a set square, two stepping stools and an egg float around the main figure. In the background on both sides the rocks of Cap Norfeu, (located on the Costa Brava in Catalonia, between Roses and Cadaqués intend to define the location of the image.The painting is exhibited in the Dalí Theatre and Museum in Figueres.
To Dalí, this image was symbolic of the new physics -- the quantum world which exists as discrete particles, rather than continuous waves. It should be noted that the imagery of original Persistence of Memory can be read as a representation of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, symbolizing the warping of spacetime by gravity. In this new work, quantum mechanics is symbolized by "digitizing" the old image. The painting is currently owned by the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus) was painted in 1954 by Salvador Dalí, and depicts the crucified Jesus upon the net of a hypercube. Gala (Dalí's wife), is the figure in the bottom left, who stands looking up to the crucified Jesus. The scene is depicted in front of the bay of Port Lligat. The painting is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, USA.