Salvador Dali - Eve Spatiale
Original Bas Relief, on patinated bronze, mounted onto wood, 1976, signed by the artist with a monogram (A crowned Dali in circle) and dated 1972.
Size: (Images size) 45 x 35 cm, (Frames size) 60 x 50 cms
Weight: 13 Kgs
Edition: 150 (Numbered on the bronze)
Literature: Robert & Nicholas Descharnes : “Dali, The Hard and the soft” Sculptures & Objects - Catalogue Raisonne Number 539, page 212
Foundry: Airaindor Valsuani
Publisher: Terre des Arts
Authentification: The buyer obtains a certificate from The Metal Foundry. signed by the publisher, Nicole Langrand, for Terre des Arts and Leonardo Benative, for Airaindor Fondeur. This states that the patina is “VF” and it was made between 1990 and 1992 in the Ateliers Airaindor at Chevreuse, France. The certificate states that the present work was authorised by Demart Pro Arte who were the inheritors of the droight morale of Salvador Dali who had himself designed the work in 1972. Although the Foundry work was produced posthumously it is still considered an authentic Dali sculpture.
Noie: In 1972, Mariio Pizzorni, Collector and President of the Venezuelan foreign Exchange Company Italcambio, signed a contract with Dali for the creation of 15 watercolours which would be later adapted to bas reliefs in silver plate and bronze. This example was one of those contracted for.. They were usually made with a number of different patinas. In our example 7 different ones were employed.