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Apparition of face and fruit dish on a beach


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“Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach” is precisely the name of this painting by the famous and whimsical artist #SalvatorDalì
What we highlighted in red is evidently a #face that Dalì doesn’t make visible at first glance but that he “hides” through the #fruit bowl
In the #painting there are four compositions: the still life, represented by the fruit dish placed on the table; the face; the #landscape full of characters with their #stories and finally the element that we are going to describe…
The probably least obvious, but also what we could consider almost the protagonist of the scene: the dog. If you look carefully beyond the fruits, you will notice the bloodhound that merges with the landscape below, for example, the #eye is a tunnel in the rocks and its #collar is a bridge formed by arches
Now, looking at the #work as a whole, fruits in the bowl may appear to be part of the face’s hair while the cup is perfectly integrated with the back of the dog.


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⇒ Date: 1938

⇒ Material: Oil on Canvas

⇒ Dimensions: 114.8 cm × 143.8 cm (45.2 in × 56.6 in)

Site: Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.