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Rare ELSEVIER Minerals of the World Chart Circa 1983

$695.00
Rare chart by Elsevier documents the Minerals of the World in a photographic chart. Additional illustrations along the bottom pair with information descending the right-hand side of the chart. Circa 1983. This chart is amongst hundreds of pieces of wall decor that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROY GONZALEZ TABORA Limited Edition Print – Signed

$1,200.00
Numbered #820/100, and dated 1993, a limited edition print from Hawaiian painter Roy Gonzalez Tabora. Titled Trail of Gold,  Gabora's immaculate realism in rendering compelling landscapes is exemplified in this print. Great attention to detail from breaking of the waves, to the dusk sunlight is captured in the clouds and sea. Romanticism of the tropics your collection has been waiting for. Signed by the artist with certificate of authenticity on the back. This print is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.    

SALVADOR DALI “Our Lady of Annunciation” Wood Engraving from The Divine Comedy

$895.00
“Our Lady of Annunciation” is inspired by Purgatory, Canto 10 from Dante’s Divine Comedy. A woman’s melancholy visage is a Surrealist take on portraiture. Mat in white and framed in gold with twist motif. Information on reverse.  This wood engraving print is taken from a collective book of Salvador Dali’s illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy. Dali was commissioned by the Italian government in 1950  to create a complete work of these illustrations to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante’s birth. After much dispute amongst the government powers over Dali’s self-admitted questionable morality, the exhibition and commission were cancelled. Dali had already become obsessed with the concept, so he decided to work with French fine art publisher Joseph Forêt instead. In 1959, the limited edition books were published. In May of 1960, and exhibition of 100 original watercolors by Salvador Dali illustrated 12,000 verses from The Divine Comedy. About the Artist: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was a surrealist painter best known for his melting clocks. Dali was born in Spain to a wealthy family who encouraged him to pursue art. He studied in Madrid and later relocated to France where he met Pablo Picasso. His painting's typically featured dream-like motifs as he believed that dreams and imagination should take precedence over marginal human thought. Salvador Dali is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th-century. This engraving is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SALVADOR DALI “The Proud” Wood Engraving from The Divine Comedy

$895.00
“The Proud” is inspired by Purgatory, Canto 11 from Dante’s Divine Comedy. Figures with Surrealist styling illustrate this piece of the epic with earthen tones for a solemn look with rusty warmth. Mat in white and framed in textured brown. Information on reverse.  This wood engraving print is taken from a collective book of Salvador Dali’s illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy. Dali was commissioned by the Italian government in 1950  to create a complete work of these illustrations to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante’s birth. After much dispute amongst the government powers over Dali’s self-admitted questionable morality, the exhibition and commission were cancelled. Dali had already become obsessed with the concept, so he decided to work with French fine art publisher Joseph Forêt instead. In 1959, the limited edition books were published. In May of 1960, and exhibition of 100 original watercolors by Salvador Dali illustrated 12,000 verses from The Divine Comedy. About the Artist: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was a surrealist painter best known for his melting clocks. Dali was born in Spain to a wealthy family who encouraged him to pursue art. He studied in Madrid and later relocated to France where he met Pablo Picasso. His painting's typically featured dream-like motifs as he believed that dreams and imagination should take precedence over marginal human thought. Salvador Dali is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th-century. This engraving is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SALVADOR DALI “The Smoke of Irascibility” Wood Engraving from The Divine Comedy

$895.00
“The Smoke of Irascibility” is inspired by Purgatory, Canto 16 from Dante’s Divine Comedy. Two female figures with forlorn expressions directly face the viewer, with a third figure shrouded in shadows to the right. The two distinguishable figures hold each other for support. This work has a muted, grey palette. Mat in white and framed in rustic black. Information on reverse.  This wood engraving print is taken from a collective book of Salvador Dali’s illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy. Dali was commissioned by the Italian government in 1950  to create a complete work of these illustrations to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante’s birth. After much dispute amongst the government powers over Dali’s self-admitted questionable morality, the exhibition and commission were cancelled. Dali had already become obsessed with the concept, so he decided to work with French fine art publisher Joseph Forêt instead. In 1959, the limited edition books were published. In May of 1960, and exhibition of 100 original watercolors by Salvador Dali illustrated 12,000 verses from The Divine Comedy. About the Artist: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was a surrealist painter best known for his melting clocks. Dali was born in Spain to a wealthy family who encouraged him to pursue art. He studied in Madrid and later relocated to France where he met Pablo Picasso. His painting's typically featured dream-like motifs as he believed that dreams and imagination should take precedence over marginal human thought. Salvador Dali is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th-century. This engraving is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SALVADOR DALI “The Law of Climbing” Wood Engraving from The Divine Comedy

$1,295.00
“The Law of Climbing” is inspired by Purgatory, Canto 7 from Dante’s Divine Comedy. A nude figure is bent over, leaning on a walking stick as a crutch. A large, more imposing figure stands over the man. Mat in white and framed in patterned, antiqued gold. Information on reverse.  This wood engraving print is taken from a collective book of Salvador Dali’s illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy. Dali was commissioned by the Italian government in 1950  to create a complete work of these illustrations to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante’s birth. After much dispute amongst the government powers over Dali’s self-admitted questionable morality, the exhibition and commission were cancelled. Dali had already become obsessed with the concept, so he decided to work with French fine art publisher Joseph Forêt instead. In 1959, the limited edition books were published. In May of 1960, and exhibition of 100 original watercolors by Salvador Dali illustrated 12,000 verses from The Divine Comedy. About the Artist: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was a surrealist painter best known for his melting clocks. Dali was born in Spain to a wealthy family who encouraged him to pursue art. He studied in Madrid and later relocated to France where he met Pablo Picasso. His painting's typically featured dream-like motifs as he believed that dreams and imagination should take precedence over marginal human thought. Salvador Dali is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th-century. This engraving is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SALVADOR DALI “Virgil’s Admonishment” Wood Engraving from The Divine Comedy

$1,295.00
“Virgil’s Admonishment” is inspired by Purgatory, Canto 5 from Dante’s Divine Comedy. Two figures with Surrealist styling illustrate this piece of the epic. Mat in white and framed in gold. Information on reverse.  This wood engraving print is taken from a collective book of Salvador Dali’s illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy. Dali was commissioned by the Italian government in 1950  to create a complete work of these illustrations to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante’s birth. After much dispute amongst the government powers over Dali’s self-admitted questionable morality, the exhibition and commission were cancelled. Dali had already become obsessed with the concept, so he decided to work with French fine art publisher Joseph Forêt instead. In 1959, the limited edition books were published. In May of 1960, and exhibition of 100 original watercolors by Salvador Dali illustrated 12,000 verses from The Divine Comedy. About the Artist: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was a surrealist painter best known for his melting clocks. Dali was born in Spain to a wealthy family who encouraged him to pursue art. He studied in Madrid and later relocated to France where he met Pablo Picasso. His painting's typically featured dream-like motifs as he believed that dreams and imagination should take precedence over marginal human thought. Salvador Dali is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th-century. This engraving is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SALVADOR DALI “The Blind For Envy” Wood Engraving from The Divine Comedy

$795.00
“The Blind For Envy” is inspired by Purgatory, Canto 14 from Dante’s Divine Comedy. A man in a dark cloak pleads to a larger figure in white robes, holding a walking staff. Mat in white and framed in gold. Information on reverse.  This wood engraving print is taken from a collective book of Salvador Dali’s illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy. Dali was commissioned by the Italian government in 1950  to create a complete work of these illustrations to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante’s birth. After much dispute amongst the government powers over Dali’s self-admitted questionable morality, the exhibition and commission were cancelled. Dali had already become obsessed with the concept, so he decided to work with French fine art publisher Joseph Forêt instead. In 1959, the limited edition books were published. In May of 1960, and exhibition of 100 original watercolors by Salvador Dali illustrated 12,000 verses from The Divine Comedy. About the Artist: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was a surrealist painter best known for his melting clocks. Dali was born in Spain to a wealthy family who encouraged him to pursue art. He studied in Madrid and later relocated to France where he met Pablo Picasso. His painting's typically featured dream-like motifs as he believed that dreams and imagination should take precedence over marginal human thought. Salvador Dali is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th-century. This engraving is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

“T.K.O. II” Wood Panel Art in Light French Oak Frame

$556.00
This large contemporary work depicts vintage boxing gloves, printed directly on wood. This monochromatic image against black has a striking presence with its size and contrast. Housed in a light French oak frame.  This panel is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JOHN STOBART “Moonlight Encounter on the Mississippi” Limited Edition Print

$716.00
This limited edition print by John Stobart titled “Moonlight Encounter on the Mississippi” depicts a steamboat approaching a moonlit floating dock on the Mississippi River, as a man holding a lantern awaits their arrival. Titled, signed, and numbered 494/750. Mat in grey within a dark wood frame.  This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JOHN STOBART “Night Stop on the Mississippi” Limited Edition Print

$556.00
This limited edition print by John Stobart titled “Night Stop on the Mississippi” depicts a steam boat on a rustic shore along the Mississippi River. Small figures can be seen working near the boat. Titled, signed, and numbered 621/750. Mat in white within a wood frame.  This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

BERNARD CATHELIN(1919-2004) Serigraph – Signed

$626.50
A serigraph from French painter, Bernard Cathelin(1919-2204). Signed and numbered #103 of an edition of 125, this serigraph depicts warm neutrals to create an inviting cityscape. Housed in a gold gilt frame. This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.