Salvador Dalí (1904-1984) is a Spanish painter. He is considered one of the main representatives of surrealism and one of the most famous painters of the 20th century. Influenced very young by impressionism, he then sought his style by drawing on different artistic movements. He found his own style from 1929, when he became a full-fledged surrealist and invented the paranoid-critical method. Like all surrealists, these predilection subjects are Unconditional Love and Woman, The Unconscious and Dreams and All Paranormal Phenomena. Dali is also a talented writer who has known how to be the artist of his own fable. It was therefore naturally that he wanted to illustrate the Fables de la Fontaine with his extravagant bestiary as well as the fundamental work of La Divine comedy by Dante, one of the founding masterpieces of literature.
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