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Salvador Dali - Visions de Quevedo

Salvador Dali Paysage avec Squelette

Paysage avec squelette (Landscape with skeleton) 

Medium : Original Drypoint Etching with stencil, in colours, 1973,   on Arches paper, signed by the artist in pencil

Note:  This was part of a suite entitled “Visions de Quevedo” or “Dalinian Fantasy”. It consisted of 6 original etchings entitled:

A (Violet) Cheval en rose (Rose coloured horse) or “Stallion of dreams”

B (Green) Silhouette en vert or “Mother and Child”

C (Red) Figure rouge avec portrait de Quevedo 

D (Orange) Paysage avec squelette (Landscape with skeleton)

E (White) Nu auc violettes (Nude with veils)

F (Yellow) Hommage a Quevedo

\Dali himself never gave titles to these prints and it is not known who did

Size: 657  x  500 mms (Paper size),  368 x 528 mms (Plate size)

Printer:  Ateliers Rigal

Published by:Jean Paul Loup

Edition: EA - There was a total edition of 700 proofs on different papers: Richard de Bas, Arches and Japan.

References:  Albert Field 75-5 - D, page 103 ;  Michler-Lopsinger Number 767

 

Salvador Dali Cheval en Rose
Salvador Dali Silhouette en Vert
Salvador Dali Figure Rouge avec Portrait de Quevedo
Salvador Dali Paysage avec Squelette
Salvador Dali Nu aux Violettes
Salvador Dali Homage a Quevedo

6 Original Drypoint Etchings with stencil, in colours, 1973,   on Arches paper, signed by the artist in pencil

Note:  The complete suite “Visions de Quevedo” or “Dalinian Fantasy”. It consists of 6 original etchings entitled:

A (Violet) Cheval en rose (Rose coloured horse) or “Stallion of dreams”

B (Green) Silhouette en vert or “Mother and Child”

C (Red) Figure rouge avec portrait de Quevedo 

D (Orange) Paysage avec squelette (Landscape with skeleton)

E (White) Nu aux violettes (Nude with veils)

F (Yellow) Hommage a Quevedo

\Dali himself never gave titles to these prints and it is not known who did

Size: 657  x  500 mms (Paper size),  368 x 528 mms (Plate size)

Printer:  Ateliers Rigal

Published by:Jean Paul Loup

Edition: EA

There was a total edition of 700 proofs on different papers: Richard de Bas, Arches and Japan.

Provenance/Authenticity: These come from the private collection of Denise Rigal who published them in 1973. She has annotated and signed these verso confirming authenticity. 

References: 

Albert Field (“The Official Catalogue of the Graphic works of Salvador Dali “) Reference: 75-5 - F, page 103 

Michler-Lopsinger - (Catalogue Raisonee of etchings & Mixed Media prints, 1924 - 1980) : Number 771