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Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) created a total of 1,500 paintings during his lifetime. Dalí is known, among other things, for depicting solid objects as if they have softened or melted, for example watches that hang or body parts that have been deformed and pulled out. His paintings, in which he experimented with cubism, were the ones that created the most attention. In the earliest works, Dalí showed only some insight into the idiom of Cubism, probably because his only information about Cubist art came from a couple of newspaper articles and a catalog he received from Pichot.

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