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About the Work
"Liquid and Gaseous Television" is a hand-signed etching with collage, created in 1973 by Salvador Dalí, and it is part of the Imaginations and Objects of the Future series. The Imaginations and Objects of the Future series was born of the concerted effort of a Chicago-based gallerist to convince Dalí to do a set of prints about the future. It was proposed on three separate occasions over a period of years before Dalí agreed to the undertaking. The arrangement included the creation of ten new paintings from which the prints would be produced. The paintings were loaned to Dalí’s Teatre-Museu Dalí in Figueres, Spain for a period of two years and then sold.
The Imaginations and Objects of the Future series consists of ten lithographs, five of which have collage elements. Liquid and Gaseous Television is one of the works featuring collage. Dalí’s television of the future eliminated the need for a physical devise of any kind: The image size is 27.75 x 20.5-inch. The framed size is 41.75 x 34.25-inch. The artwork ships framed, signed and with a certificate of authenticity.
About the Artist
Spanish Artist Salvador Dalí was a Surrealist icon best known for his articulate skill and exquisite works of art. Dalí is among the most versatile and prolific artists of the 20th century, partially due to his explorations of subconscious imagery. He practiced sculpting, printmaking, fashion, advertising, filmmaking and more. His flamboyant personality and mischievousness contributed to his rise to becoming an international celebrity, however, his mastery of art is arguably his most distinct attribute.