Salvador Dali

Cat.Rais. Descharnes: The Hard and the Soft, Sculptures & Objects, pg. 247 ref. 635

The soft clock on the fork of a branch is one of Salvador Dali’s most famous motifs. Here it resembles a bust, the clock is the crowned head. On the left is Venus as a sign of the immortality of female beauty and art, the angel symbolizes divine eternity.

Original bronze edition, conceived in 1977 and first cast in 1984, personally authorized by Dali.

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