Salvador Dalí wasn’t known for being a particularly spiritual person, yet he was quite superstitious. As a young man, he carried a talisman to ward off evil spirits; he had a phobia about showing his feet, and believed he was the reincarnation of his dead older brother. In an interview with Mike Wallace, Dalí claimed that the Spanish, in general, were a superstitious nation. At the same time, he was also known for following trends and making use of them or two in order to make a quick buck. It was this profit-driven side of Dalí which led him to create illustrations of the Zodiac signs, following the public’s renewed interest in astrology.
Medium: Etching with Hand Coloring
Paper Size: 10” x 14.25”
Year of Publishing: 1978
Framing: Framed Image is a sample, Please inquire for a custom framing quote.
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