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La persistencia de la memoria (The Persistence of Memory), Salvador Dali, 1931

Nurses Rock!

end of world war II. A sailor was so happy that he grabbed an unknown nurse in Times Square and gave her a kiss. This famous kiss was captured by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt and published in Life Magazine

He stopped drawing in color, and none of his figures had faces. Instead there was a scribble or mist, as if he saw everyone with the potential for great evil, and if so they deserved no recognition. The only person who he ever drew without an ominous cloud was Smith, the ginger boy who stumbled into his house one night.

an art of self destruction. it is the tendency of self-protection that pushed the pain-haunted pina to put so many self-embracing hand movements in her dance

Jajaja :( Por eso  toca uno  al  mes  xd  Nahh,  mas bien  compro  comida :3 pic.twitter.com/PY8anwGpBh

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Undoubtedly the most famous Surrealist painting in history, The Persistence of Memory is Salvador Dali’s iconic ode to time. The dripping clocks reflect the inner workings of Dali’s subconscious and convey a simple (albeit complexly delivered) message: time as we know it is meaningless.

7 Famous Surrealist Artists And Their Most Iconic Paintings

This famous surrealist painting by Salvador Dali reminds me of transcendentalism because the melting clocks symbolize all things returning to nature in the fading of society.

There are some days when I think I'm going to die from an overdose of satisfaction - Salvador Dali

"There are some days when I think I'm going to die from an overdose of satisfaction." - Salvador Dali (Photo by Philippe Halsman)

Just Dance - Low Self-Esteem Edition lol

This picture symbolizes how the witches control Macbeth. The witches utilize Macbeth as a puppet by tricking him with their prophecies.

Famous Artists, Dali, Picasso, and Van Gogh, Dissected for MASP Art School Ad Campaign

Dali, Van Gogh and Picasso Dissected. To promote the MASP art school a Brazilian ad company has created a campaign showing what famous painters Dali, Picasso and Van Gogh have inside them. This matches the style of the particular artist.

Dalì is happy to see me.

He looks like Salvador Dali. Who's Salvador Dali you ask? Well stop looking at this picture and do your research. He is just one of the many very important artist you'll need to know. Write a page paper on him to better appreciate him!

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