Sono - Placa Cerâmica - Dali

Produto n.º: 507
Preço (sem IVA): 81,30 €
Preço (com IVA): 100,00 €

Sleep (Sono)

Artist: Salvador Dali
Orientation: Horizontal
Size: Placa cerâmica com reprodução de um quadro do famoso pintor surrealista, com 10,5x10,5 cm (moldura com 26x26 cm)

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Reproduction of a famous Dali painting, Sleep. Apparently, Dali regarded sleep as a monster supported by crutches. Originally done in 1929, today it has been carefully recreated detail-by-detail, color-by-color to near perfection in order to preserve the sentiment and splendor of the original.

Flamboyant and groundbreaking Spanish artist Salvador Dali is considered one of the 20th century's greatest artists. An icon of the Surrealist movement his blend of eccentric perspectives and controversial influences resulted in wildly imaginative, unforgettable dreamscapes that are uniquely Dali. Inspired by Freud, Dali accessed his subconscious to create more intense artistic expression. Creatively prolific, he produced 1,500 paintings, along with sculptures, drawings, films, clothing and jewelry. As a member of the surrealist movement, Salvador Dali's works are characterized by meticulous draftsmanship and realistic detail.

Fine Art Gallery


With registered offices at Rua de Gil Vicente 86-A – Coimbra, Portugal, Albuquerque e Lima is a limited company, registered with Coimbra Register of Companies.


 With a share capital of 15,500 Euros, its interests lie in the fields of Human Health and Art. With regard to Art, its corporate purpose consists in the promotion, sale and dissemination of artworks in the fields of painting, sculpture and design. With regard to Health, its corporate purpose is the pursuit of activities in the field of human medicine.


Within the field of Medicine, the company has interests in Forensic Traumatology, Orthopedics and Assessment of Bodily Injury. Its medical activities take place at Rua de Tomar, nº 2 - Coimbra, Portugal (Medical/Legal Expert Report Centre).


 The company’s Art Gallery, located at Rua de Gil Vicente 86-A – Coimbra, Portugal, is the venue for most of Albuquerque e Lima’s art-related activities. 

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