Salvador Dalí was a Spanish surrealist painter, writer, and member of the surrealist movement. Dalí’s paintings are characterized by meticulous draftsmanship and realistic detail, with brilliant colors heightened by transparent glazes. Dalí designed and produced surrealist films, illustrated books, handcrafted jewelry, and created theatrical sets and costumes. Among his writings are ballet scenarios and several books. Dalí lived as an ascetic at the Chateau de Púbol and in the Museum of Figeras after the death of his wife, Gala, in 1982 and died on January 23rd, 1989.
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