Dali Was A Surrealist With Absolute Discipline And Scientific, Renaissance Style Perspective


Dalí, art historians say, was “very deliberate” in his art – and sketches of unfinished works also show how he combined complex mathematical calculations with artistic license in his finished paintings. – The Observer (UK)


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