Salvador Dali's Surreal Artist

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Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dali y Domenech or more commonly known as Salvador Dali was born on May 11, 1904 in Figueras, Spain. He was a surrealist painter and printmaker was known for his subconscious and peculiar imagery. He attended a famous art university in Madrid. As he was studying art he practiced many different styles of art. As he was studying art he practiced subconscious imagery. He was also exhibited his work in many areas, lectured, and wrote about art in a very young age. In order for him to paint, he often put himself in hallucinatory states, so that he could images for him to work with (Salvador)
In 1929, Salvador Dali became part of a surrealist movement. He was the most visible and extraordinary artist among the members of the movement. He also met Gala Eluard the same year, who later became his wife. Salvador Dali had her modeled in many of his art pieces too. In 1939 he separated himself from the Surrealist movement. He fled to the United States the following year because of war, along with his wife. There he practiced his art skills as well. In fact, he started experimenting with different kind of art as well (About). He had also other kinds of art, rather than painting, such as creating theatre sets, designing interiors, creating ornaments, and making his famous self-promotional stunts (Salvador). Another big achievement of him was creating a museum of his art work in 1974 in Figueras (About).
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