Tag Archives: Salvador Dalí


Features Retrospective
February 1960

Salvador Dalí on Henri Cartier-Bresson

The Surrealist weighs in on four photos Read More


News Retrospective
Diego Velázquez, The Toilet of Venus, ca. 1647-51, oil on canvas. 
© THE NATIONAL GALLERY, LONDON.

April Retrospective: Don’t Be Seduced by Señor Dalí!

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More


Features
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Benatov: The Man Behind the Bronzes

The foundry outside Paris of Leonardo Benatov has made a specialty of producing posthumous editions of work by artists such as Degas, Dalí, and Rodin. His casting techniques have been praised. But scholars have questioned the legitimacy of the sculptures his foundry turns out Read More


News
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ARTnews Wins 2013 Silurians Excellence in Journalism Award

A prize for our extensive investigation into the production of posthumous Dalí bronzes Read More


News Retrospective
Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, detail, c. 1503-06, oil on poplar. MUSÉE DU LOUVRE, PARIS.

She Has a Hot Smile: Dalí on the Mona Lisa Attacks

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More


Looking at Art
Devorah Sperber, After Vermeer 2, detail view, 2006, 5,024 spools of thread, stainless-steel ball chain and hanging apparatus, clear acrylic viewing sphere, metal stand. COURTESY OF THE ARTIST.

Girl with a Hoop Earring: Fun with Vermeer

Two beloved Vermeers have left Holland for a stint in the U.S. They’ll find their descendants stripped by Dalí, bedecked in toilet-paper rolls, and reincarnated by Cindy Sherman Read More


Investigations
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The Dalí Sculpture Mess

The market for Salvador Dalí’s sculptures remains plagued by misinformation, unauthorized editions, ownership disputes, and some outright fraud. Questionable works are still flooding the market Read More


Profiles
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Why All Ingres Is Erotic

Every drawing Ingres made was an overture, every painting a consummation. Read More


Features

The 10 Most Faked Artists

Back in 1940 Newsweek reported that out of 2,500 paintings produced by Corot, 7,800 were in the United States. In 1953 ARTnewsstated that there was a “saying in France that Corot painted 2,000 canvases, 5,000 of which are in America.” … Read More