Peter Smith - Dalisaurus Surrealius

Although it is widely believed that the surrealist artist Salvador Dali developed his unique style over time, one cannot help but make a parallel between his work and a native resident of Spain, the Dalisaurus Surrealius. These creatures would have been quite common during Dali’s early years in Figueres as they strolled along the plains and occasionally onto the cobbled streets using a silvertipped cane to balance. Far from being a placid beast, the Surrealius created mayhem wherever it went with its ability to warp objects and melt timepieces until it was shooed out of existence.

Canvas On Board
30" x 18.75"

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