Salvador Dali

Cat.Rais. Descharnes: The Hard and the Soft, Sculptures & Objects, pg. 238 ref. 613

The sculpture illustrates the divine trinity of Christianity. The big thumb represents the strength and superiority of God the Father; all life emerges from it in the form of young branches. Next to him stands the Son of God in human form; life and confidence also sprout from him. The Holy Spirit is represented by the winged angel.

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