A Salvador Dali "Liquid And Gaseous Television" 1975 Original Lithograph


Title: "Liquid And Gaseous Television"

Circa 1975

Origin: Spain

Width: 22"
Height: 30"

Width: 32"
Height: 40"

Style: Surrealism

Numbered: I 211/250

Maker: Salvador Dali

Excellent Original Condition

Signed in pencil by Salvador Dali

Drypoint, lithograph, and collage on white wove paper

This beautiful artwork is from the "Imaginations And Objects Of The Future" suite, 1975. Original Limited Edition Lithograph drypoint and collage with intaglio Etching by Salvador Dali

Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity by Bruce Hochman - gallery director, Salvador Dali Gallery, Inc. and author of "The Annual Print Price Guide to The Graphic Works of Salvador Dali 2012"

Artist Bio

Born: 1904, May 11, Figueres, Catalonia, Spain
Died: 1989, January 23, Figueres, Catalonia, Spain


Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí is the most famous of the surrealist painters. But to begin with, the surrealists did not include painters in their group. Surrealism was a cultural movement that began in 1920 with its center in Paris.


The group would meet in cafes and discuss psychology and social revolution. But later, visual arts played an important role in delivering the surrealist message to the public. Salvador Dalí, being an accomplished painter with an eccentric personality and a genius for marketing himself, became a foreground figure of the surrealist movement