Lot 91 View Catalog
Spanish (1904 - 1989),
Title: "Bateau Anthotropic (Amanda Lear)",
Description: ink over a photograph laid on cardboard, 1971, signed in ink by the artist, , , , Size info: 14.6 X 11.4 in (37 X 29 cm), , , Condition: Very Good Condition, apart from some surface dirt, some hadling marks mostly in the margins, and 2 small paper loss area in the far left margins, Framing: Sold unframed, , Comments: This is an interesting original work by Salvador Dali. The photograph was hand painted by Salvador Dali himself in ink and then Hand Signed by Dali also in ink. The Hand coloring makes it a unique , one of a kind work of art by Dali. This work belonged to the Perrot Moore collection (it is stamped with the collection stamp) which was the worlds largest private collection of original Dali works. The collection was displayed in the Perrot-Moore Museum in Cadaques, Spain. The owner of the collection was John Peter Moore , who was a former British Army captain who worked for Salvador Dali from 1960 till 1975 and was a close friend of both Dali himself and his wife Gala. John Moore, i.e "Le Capitaine" first met Dall in 1956 when he was working with film producer and director Alexander Korda in Rome. The two became friends. In 1960 Dali employed Moore as his personal secretary and, from 1965, as his business manager. Together with Dali's wife, Gala, they traveled regularly to New York for the winter, Paris for the spring, and Cadaqu+Žs, in northern Spain, for the summer. The work is accompanied with a photo certificate of authenticity from Mr. Robert P. Descharnes, who is the only worldwide expert of Dali works. Mr. Descharnes was entrusted by Dali with the administration of his intellectual property rights, and is the sole authority to issue certificate of authenticity concerning Dali's works. The certificate includes two photos of the work, a detailed description, the Dali Archives reference and is hand signed by both Robert Descharnes and by the administrator of the Dali Archives, Mr. Nicolas Descharnes. , Provenance: 1.Original Certificate of Authenticity by Robert P. Descharnes from 27 June 2003. 2. The Perrot-Moore Collection, Museum Perrot-Moore, Cadaques, Spain.,
|Estimate||$14,000 – $18,000|
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