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Salvador Dali: 1904-1989 (Big Series Art) by Robert Descharnes (2001)

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Being a choice of the work of the Spanish surrealist, together with an extensive running biography. It serves as a fine summary of Dali's life and work. ( )
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This lively biography presents the infamous surrealist in full color and in his own words.

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Translated from German Cover title: Dali

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