Description of the painting by Salvador Dali “Castle Gala in Púbole”

Description of the painting by Salvador Dali Castle Gala in Púbole

By the work of the great artist Salvador Dali, everyone can relate exactly as he understands his work, because each picture is not just a transfer of one or another image, but a whole story, and in some cases not one.

In this picture, some meaning is hidden, which can be attributed to the time interval during which this picture was painted. Her inspection should be carried out from top to bottom. As we can see, the sky is made in a fairly diverse palette of colors, in which yellow color is given a special place.

In the thickened haze, which is located in the central part of the picture, you can make out something similar to a set of walls and domes. Most likely, this is the church of God. Such assumptions can be made by seeing on the ground two translucent figures with wings that are trying to hold a white horse. In addition, the church theme also continues the face of the saint, which the master wrote on the left side of the canvas. Also in the distance, another person is seen, with the same white horse, who steps along the road, towards the city, from which barely visible images can be seen.

The picture has very pleasant transitions and games, along with shades and colors, you should pay attention to the right half of the field, which plays with blue and blue colors, creating a sense of depth and water space. It is impossible not to draw attention to a few trees that reach up, symbolizing the craving of all humanity for a better, brighter future.

Also interesting is the character, in the lower left corner, who is watching over all this, most likely it’s the author himself. It’s worth adding that Dali loved to depict himself or his mustache in the most unexpected interpretations and places of the picture. The picture is quite difficult to comprehend, and most of all will be interesting to lovers of abstract art.

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