Picasso Portrait Surrealism Silver Spoon Brain by Salvador Dali 5.25HPN# SD06
Salvador Dali applies his unique surrealist mastery to this Portrait of Picasso which is composed of a variety of organic elements to form a composite study. Dali interprets Picasso as an alien like form with a long silver spoon extending from a braided cerebral cortex and sagging chest.
At a younger age Dali and Picasso had had a supportive relationship. By 1947, Dali's opinion of Picasso had changed as seen in this less than flattering symbolic composite where Picasso's brain extends through his mouth lapping up inspiration. A lute appears in the spoon as a symbol of a lover. Dali felt Picasso had pushed modern art astray much like the oppressive rock on the head.
- This statue is an adaptation of the Dali's 1947 painting Portrait of Picasso into three dimensional form.
- It is part of the highly collectible Parastone Mouseion 3D Collection of museum replicas.
- Made from hand-painted resin, description card included.
- Measures 5.25 in H x 3.25 in L x 1.5 in W. Weight 0.4 lbs.
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