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Salvador Dali The City of Drawers, c.1936

The City of Drawers, c.1936 by Salvador Dali art print

"City of Drawers" by Surrealist artist Salvador Dali, makes use of the psychoanalytical references of Austrian psychologist Sigmund Freud; ‘City of Drawers’ like ‘The Burning Giraffe’ has sets of drawers, which fits in with Dali’s quote: “The only difference between the immortal Greece and contemporary times is Sigmund Freud, who discovered that the human body, purely platonic at the Greece epoch, nowadays, is full of secret drawers that only psychoanalysis is capable of opening.”
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ID#: 109349
The City of Drawers, c.1936
Type: Fine-Art Print
Paper Size: 28" x 20"
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