One of the most recognizable work of surrealism, this 1931 painting by Salvador Dalí  (1904-1989) is often referred to as “Melting Clocks”. Fairly small in size, it measures just 9.5 inches x 13 inches or 24 cm x 33 cm. It was given by an anonymous donor to the museum of modern art (MOMA) in New York, where it still hangs today. The soft melting pocket watch epitomizes Dali’s theory of “softness” and “hardness”, which was central to his thinking at the time.
One of the most recognizable work of surrealism, this 1931 painting by Salvador Dalí  (1904-1989) is often referred to as “Melting Clocks”. Fairly small in size, it measures just 9.5 inches x 13 inches or 24 cm x 33 cm. It was given by an anonymous donor to the museum of modern art (MOMA) in New York, where it still hangs today. The soft melting pocket watch epitomizes Dali’s theory of “softness” and “hardness”, which was central to his thinking at the time.
One of the most recognizable work of surrealism, this 1931 painting by Salvador Dalí  (1904-1989) is often referred to as “Melting Clocks”. Fairly small in size, it measures just 9.5 inches x 13 inches or 24 cm x 33 cm. It was given by an anonymous donor to the museum of modern art (MOMA) in New York, where it still hangs today. The soft melting pocket watch epitomizes Dali’s theory of “softness” and “hardness”, which was central to his thinking at the time.
One of the most recognizable work of surrealism, this 1931 painting by Salvador Dalí  (1904-1989) is often referred to as “Melting Clocks”. Fairly small in size, it measures just 9.5 inches x 13 inches or 24 cm x 33 cm. It was given by an anonymous donor to the museum of modern art (MOMA) in New York, where it still hangs today. The soft melting pocket watch epitomizes Dali’s theory of “softness” and “hardness”, which was central to his thinking at the time.

Salvador Dali - Persistence of Memory Puzzle

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One of the most recognizable work of surrealism, this 1931 painting by Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) is often referred to as “Melting Clocks”. Fairly small in size, it measures just 9.5 inches x 13 inches or 24 cm x 33 cm. It was given by an anonymous donor to the museum of modern art (MOMA) in New York, where it still hangs today. The soft melting pocket watch epitomizes Dali’s theory of “softness” and “hardness”, which was central to his thinking at the time.

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