Dali sculptures-The housekeeper
Salvador Dali is not only the ingenious, surrealist painter; he is also a sculptor whose sculptures have the seal of his own creation, of that special way he sees figures.
In the 60s and 70s he created unique wax sculptures, which were later brassed by the "lost candle" method. These 44 sculptures belong to the Clot collection, from which he have chosen 8.
They are exact duplicates of the originals, made by iron and brass with patina, on top of a marble base.
In limited numbers.
Height: approximately 12 cm.