Description of the painting by Salvador Dali “Dovetail”

Description of the painting by Salvador Dali “Dovetail”

Description of the painting by Salvador Dali Dovetail

For all art lovers, Daly is associated with abstractionism, and his next painting called “Dovetail” is no exception. The artist again uses the allegorical genre to convey to the canvas his ideas, emotions and feelings.

The canvas is written in oil and remarkable because it is not only one of Dali’s unique masterpieces, but also because it was the last canvas painted by a great artist. Work on him was carried out in the castle, which was later bought and presented to the only woman he had loved all his life, but this is not a little bit now.

In this picture, the artist uses the cello, as a kind of animated form of feeling, attributing to her the symbolism of spirituality and sublimity, and not the ordinary function of an ordinary musical instrument. It should be noted that Dali in all his recent works, not excluding this cello, speaks exclusively of sadness and sadness.

The cello in this picture is not in vain inscribed precisely in the swallowtail, as it bears something from the vulnerable human feeling or the affected ego. It is worth noting that it is the depth of the poetic content that is the main and decisive factor in any writing of graphic work, especially when this work is performed as an explanatory theory of disaster.

This picture explains the unique combination of two such far and at the same time close points of contact between beauty and pain, not ideality and perfection. Thanks to such a deep semantic stuffing, any picture of this artist becomes especially interesting and deep.

Do not forget about Dali’s mustache, which he portrays in his many paintings, such a trademark, not for nothing is depicted in the center of the canvas, this suggests that the artist is at the very center of all emotional experiences.


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