Size: 20.5 x 28.75 inches
Artist: Salvador Dali
During his career, Salvador Dali focused on cubism, futurism, as well as metaphysical painting work, until in 1929 he joined the group of surrealists - an art movement he became strongly connected to. Most of his works show a sort of dream sequence with hallucinatory characters. His major contribution to the Surrealist movement is called the "Paranoiac-Critical Method" which is a form of mental exercise of accessing the subconscious parts of the mind to have an artistic inspiration. He used this method to realize the dreams and imagination he had in his mind, changing the real world from the way it was to how he wanted to see it.
Teatro Museo Figueras is the Dali Theatre-Museum in the artist's hometown of Figueres in Catalonia, Spain. It (and everything in it) was entirely conceived and designed by the artist so as to offer visitors a real experience and draw them into his unique and captivating world. This poster celebrates the museum's inauguration in 1974. Unlined and in great condition, it would look beautiful framed in a child's bedroom, bathroom, or even office!