Salvador Dali  The Artist, The Man and The Myth PDF download by Rose Bourne

Salvador Dali The Artist, The Man and The Myth

Dolores Rose Bourne
Publication date: April 2012
Digital Book format: PDF (DRM-Free)


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This e-book will help you discover even more about Dali’s life than you had known in the past. You may have thought you had read everything about his life but wait ...

Dali’s outrageous behavior, his ghosts from the past plus the passion for his art creations will take you on a journey of new discovery into the life of Salvador Dali!

You will discover ...
* events in his early childhood that helped shape his eccentric personality
* a journey into Gala’s early life before she met Dali
* how Gala marketed the Dali persona
* the Dali Trademarks
* how he conquered New York and Hollywood
* the creation of The Divine Comedy and La Sacra Biblia
* how Dali handled public appearances
* the range and the anatomy of Dali’s works

This first ediiton ebook is comprised of 147 pages and 28 chapters filled with unique Dali artworks.

As you read this e-book you will discover the genius of the man as well as the image he wanted to portray to the public. The question you may be asking “Was Dali crazy?”

This book will help you discover that Dali was as crazy as a fox. You will identify his superb draftsmanship and become aware of his technique that reveals the workmanship of an old master.

As you read the chapters you’ll also discover that Dali was a genius but also loved to play the role of a clown. You won’t be able to place the artist or his works in any particular category. Salvador Dali’s life was like one of “double image paintings” where first you see one thing and upon looking again you see something different.

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