Dalinean Horses Bucephale (Alexandre's Horse)
Print : Lithograph
12.0h x 16.0w x 0.0d inches
- Signed Artist-Signed & Numbered
- Edition Size AP
- Framing Framed & Matted
Dali worked on the suite from 1970 to 1972, he drew inspiration from well known stories and the most influential artists in art history. Dalí himself returned again and again to the horse theme throughout his long career. Its beauty of line and form, its natural symbolism of raw animal power and elegance were natural attractions for him.
Fully aware of the symbiotic relationship of the horse to man and its enormous contribution to human culture in terms of mobility and productivity, Dalí considered this unique animal a perfect launching point for his prodigious imagination. This lithograph comes framed and signed by the artist as well as an Artist Proof (It is abbreviated E.A., French for "epreuve d'artist").