Flesh on the rocks by Salvador Dali

Flesh on the rocks by Salvador Dali

Dali, revered the masters of the past, his whole life dreamed of visiting Paris and visiting the Louvre. In 1926 his dream was fulfilled. The artist spent a lot of time in the famous museum, enjoying the contemplation of the great canvases. In the French capital, he met his idol – Picasso, whose portraits he repeatedly wrote.

In the same goal the master created the picture “The flesh on the rocks.” She, apparently, appeared under the influence of Picasso’s creativity. It is appropriate even to compare it with the work “Two Women Running on the Beach” brush of the great countryman Dali. A voluminous, diagonally disposed figure clearly dominates the plane. Two women running along the beach are Picasso

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