Myself at the Age of Six when I Thought I was a Girl Lifting with Extreme Precaution the Skin of the by Salvador Dalí

"The dog – borrowed from Ayne Bru’s 16th century painting, Martyrdom of St. Cucufa, and rediscovered in Dali’s 1950 work – is placidly well-anchored to the surface beneath the raised water, while young Dali – looking immodestly female – finds himself levitating, too, just as he might have found himself in a bizarre dream. And no doubt that was precisely how Dali came to paint such..."
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