Art dealer Stan Lauryssens made millions in modern art, but he sold only one name: Salvador DalI. The surrealist painter's work was a hot commodity for the newly rich, investors, and businessmen looking to launder their black-market cash. Lauryssens didn't mind looking the other way; he just hoped the buyers would look the other way as well. The artworks he sold came from some very shady sources. And he soon discovered that the shadiest source of all was DalI himself. The more successful Lauryssens became, the closer he got to DalI's inner circle, until he found himself living next door to the aging artist. There, while Lauryssens hid from Interpol's detectives, he learned more about DalI's secret history, the studio of artists who produced his work, and the money-making machine that kept DalI's extravagant lifestyle afloat long after his creativity began to flounder. "DalI & I" offers a behind-the-scenes view of the commerce and conspiracy that can go hand-in-hand in the art world, written by a man who has been to the top only to discover it was no different than the bottom.
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Big art for little hands - this new "Salvador Dali Colouring Book" in Prestel's new "Colouring Book" range is a beautifully produced colouring-in book. With plenty of space to colour...
Surveys the life and work of the Surrealist artist, and describes how his artistic vision transformed great works from earlier periods in art history.
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This is a Salvador Dali facsimile signed limited edition lithograph titled “Homage to Lincoln Dalivision”. It’s complete title is “Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea Which at Twenty Meters Becomes the...
Salvador Dali facsimile signed lithograph Made on archival quality paper numbered from an edition of 500. 80 x 60cm Comes with a certificate of authenticity.