Salvador Dalí

1904-1989 Figueres/Catalonia

“Return, Return Shulamite” from Song of Songs of Solomon, 1971

 

etching with pochoir, heightened with gold

on wove paper by Arches (France), from 1971

signed by hand and numbered 151/250 (in pencil)

from the series: Cantique des Cantiques (the Song of Solomon)

catalog of Works Michler/Löpsinger 479c.

printed by David and Jacomet, Paris, edited by Leon Amiel, New York

sujet 48 x 34 cm, sheet 56.5 x 37.6 cm

at the edge of the graphic are slight framing marks from the older framing (see photo), otherwise very good condition

size with new passe-partout and frame (Nielsen) behind glass 75 x 55 cm

provenance: Cambridge, United Kingdom private collection

 

“Return, Return Shulamite” is a poetic piece by Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) from the series Cantique des Cantiques (The Song of Songs of Solomon) from the year 1971. The Song of Songs is a book of the Old Testament. It is a collection of tender, partially explicit erotic love songs, in which the search and find, the longing and mutual praise of two lovers is described. Salvador Dalí interpreted the love songs in his series Cantique des Cantiques (composed of twelve illustrations in total) in a unique way.

 

The Spanish painter, graphic artist, sculptor, writer and designer Salvador Dalí (1904-1989 Figueres/Catalonia) was one of the leading representatives of Surrealism. His dreamy, influenced by the unconscious works are now in international museums and private collections.

 

price: 1,700 €