Freud's Perverse Polymorph (Bulgarian Child Eating a Rat), c.1939
Item #: 13023759A
9.5" x 16" without border
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This digital pigment print is produced on a medium-weight 260 g/sm paper and coated with a semi-gloss luster finish that protects the inks and creates a vibrant look. Printed with archival inks that are designed with a lightfastness rating of more than 100 years.
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Spanish artist Salvador Dali was a groundbreaking icon of the Surrealist movement and one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. His work probed the unconscious world of thoughts, dreams and perception in fanciful and nightmarish images influenced by Freud, Cubism, Futurism and metaphysical art. Extraordinarily imaginative, Dali also sculpted, and contributed to fashion, photography and theater. Nearly photographic, Dali’s art has been called the epitome of Surrealism.
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