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Reproduction of the lizard located in Park Güell, in Barcelona,...
A design that reproduces the Gaudí 1:1000 scale, subdivided into...
Reproduction of the lizard located at the stairs of the Park Güell...
Original design and amazing form with a very special different handle.
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Get envolved in the enigmatic and oneiric world of the controversial Catalan artist Salvador Dalí. Discover one of the most popular works of his career: The Persistence of Memory.
In one of the parks that the city of Barcelona dedicated to the artist Joan Miró, one of the great urban sculptures of this great artist can be found. A tour around this thought-provoking and colourful sculpture introduces us into the world of this Catalan artist.
Halfway up the Barcelona Ramblas, artist Joan Miró carried out one of his most urban works. A large mosaic of lively colour that blends with the people and colours that daily walk up and down this popular walkway creates a marvellous and different perspective in the urban landscape.
Discover the work of one of the most revolutionary artists of the 20th century and enjoy the first works of art of the cubist movement considered as the starting point of contemporary art.
An ordered and complete tour of the Theatre-Museum that Dalí designed in Figueres. Numerous photographs with comments, historical dates, biographical notes, curiosities and an explanatory map of the venue are all in this guide.
Dalí conceived his Theatre-Museum as a building full of surprises and special effects. This guide shows us the secrets of the artist’s last grand creation, providing us with the clues and keys to gain access to his personal world, imaginative and full of touches of humour.
Among the coves of Cap de Creus stands the secret refuge of Salvador Dalí and his muse Gala. It is a unique residence, full of surprises and untypical decorations constructed by the unbounded imagination of the genius. It is a journey to the very heart of the artist in a magnificent natural setting, which inspired the majority of his masterpieces.
From what is known as the Dalí triangle, the castle of Púbol is the most austere and is linked to the last creative stage of the artist. It is the place Dalí offered to his dame, as a tribute. A place of isolation, evocative of the past, with a proustian atmosphere, in a search for a lost world, and subjective projection.
“When designing jewels, as in all my art, I create what I love” (Salvador Dalí).From 1941 to 1958 Dalí designed a collection of jewels and followed the whole creation process associated with Ertman and Alemany, two jewellers who had settled in New York.
Salvador Dalí turned the Empordà landscape into a symbol of surrealism. The Catalan painter’s work is inseparable from his birthplace. The best evidence of this we have in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres, the house in Portlligat and the castle in Púbol. Three sides of the triangle in which a large part of the brilliant artist’s daily life took place.
Salvador Dalí extended his fascinating imaginary language to all areas of art, and it was where he reflected his overflowing and overwhelming personality, making him one of the main artistic references of all time. This book provides a thorough overview about the most important works of the artist's life.
Picasso is undoubtedly one of the most versatile artists of the twentieth century. The strength of his work, pure creative energy, is both a valuable and influential legacy. This book focuses on the artist's evolution through his works that, from his youth to maturity, are exhibited in the Picasso Museum of Barcelona.