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Condition: like new
size / dimensions: 29.5 in. x 21.5 in.

"Ivanhoe Suites" Signed and numbered Lithographs by Salvador Dali

Payment method will be discussed upon purchase.

MAKE AN OFFER on the entire "Ivanhoe Suite". All REASONABLE offers will be considered. I do not wish to break up the suite since they have the same number indicating a suite.

From the "Ivanhoe Suite". Original Limited Edition Lithographs by Modern Master Salvador Dali. Hand signed and numbered by the artist

"Ivanhoe Suites" Lithographs (four pieces all numbered 124 of 150). All matted and framed in a brass frame.

"Sir Wilfred of Ivanhoe": Hand Signed by Dali, Limited Edition Art Lithograph
Price: $5,000 This piece can be found in "The Official Catalog of "The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Albert Field, on page 132 image 78-8A, and in the "Annual Print Price Guide To The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Bruce Hochman 2012 edition, page 150.

"The Overseer": Hand Signed by Dali, Limited Edition Art Lithograph
Price: $5,000 This piece can be found in "The Official Catalog of The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Albert Field, on page 132 image 78-8B, and in the "Annual Print Price Guide To The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Bruce Hochman 2012 edition, page 150

King Richart": Hand Signed by Dali, Limited Edition Art Lithograph
Price: $5,000 This piece can be found in "The Official Catolog of The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Albert Field, on page 132 image 78-8C, and in the "Annual Print Price Guide To The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Bruce Hochman 2012 edition, page 150

There is currently an offer for this piece on e-Bay for $7,700.

Rowena: Hand Signed by Dali, Limited Edition Art Lithograph
Price: $5,000 This piece can be found in "The Official Catalog of The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Albert Field, on page 132 image 78-8D, and in the "Annual Print Price Guide To The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali" by Bruce Hochman 2012 edition, page 150.

These four Original, Limited Edition lithographs were purchased by7 me as a "Suite", by the title name, on a time payment plan and I took possession of two prints at a time. Each delivery had a different Certificate of Authenticity. They have stayed together with me since purchase in 1981. Purchase, not only four individual pieces of Art by the world reknound, and controversial artist, Salvador Dali, but a piece of Art history! Dali died in Figueras on January 23, 1989.

The Lithographs are are not shown framed due to glare created by the plexiglass frame face. the prints were not removed from the frames to take photos for the purpose of this Ad. The images were taken Offline. I can e-mail additional photos including photos of all the prints in their frames. The frames are gold-tone aluminum and inconsequential to this offer. I have included photos of signature and numbers on the prints, photos of the frame and photos of Certificates of Authenticity. These Lithograph have been stored in a conditioned, dark closet most of the time I have owned them. Excellent condition, little exposure to light and no fading! Except for theirage, they are like new.

Artist: Salvador Dali
Date: 1977
Printer: Siena Studios
This Edition Limited to: 150
Type Paper: Japon
Size: approximately 21.5 in. x 29.5 in. not including frame.
Certificates of Authenticity Numbers: 012641 and 013137
Each Lithograph is numbered 124/150 indicating that they were issued as a "Suite" and signed by the Artist
Print is in the original frame behind plexiglass. Double Matted

Despite all that was written by and about him, Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dali remained a mystery as a man and as an artist. A blend of reality and fantasy characterized both his personal life and his artwork. In the Catalonian town of Figueras, near Barcelona, Dali was born on May 11, 1904. His family encouraged his early interest in art; a room in the family home was the young artist's first studio. In 1921, Dali enrolled at the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid. Although Dali did very well in his studies, he was expelled from school because of his eccentric dress and bizarre behavior.
It was at this time that Dali came under the influence of two forces that shaped his philosophy and art; Sigmund Freud's theory of the unconscious, and Surrealism's unconscious dream imagery. It was under the influence of the surrealist movement that Dali's style crystallized into the disturbing blend of precise realism and dreamlike fantasy that became his hallmark. Against desolate landscapes he painted unrelated and often bizarre objects. These pictures, described by Dali as "hand-painted unconscious dream forces", were produced by a creative method he called "paranoiac-critical activity". Dali's most characteristic works also showed the influence of Italian Renaissance masters, the mannerists, and Italian metaphysical painters Carlo Carra and Giorgio de Chirico.
During World War II, Dali and his wife, Gala, took refuge in the US, before returning to Spain. His international reputation continued to grow, based as much on his showy lifestyle and flair for publicity as on his prodigious output of paintings, graphic works, book illustrations, and designs for jewelry, textiles, and stage sets. Dali died in Figueras on January 23, 1989
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