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18 in x 18in | 45.7 cm x 45.7 cm

Original Artwork


Among my favourite artists...

The surrealist Breton had long thought Dalí's art had become too commercialized and that Dalí's growing fame threatened the unity and agenda of the surrealists so he used the anagrammatic nickname "Avida Dollars," describing what he perceived as Dalí's greed for money and fame.

Though no longer associated with the Surrealists, Dalí never abandoned his Surrealist pursuits entirely."

You can recognize the Dali's long legs elephant, painting this words with his tail, like a joke. 

 Acrylic painting on canvas, varnish. Main character painted with brushes, no stencil.

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