Surrealist Flowers - Salvador Dalí
Originally Salvador Dali created the suit that consised of 15 floral lithographs of Dalinized illustrations, published in 1972. ‘Florals’ also known as Surrealist Flowera include the pseudo-Latin names created by Captain Moore-Dali’s right-hand man with whom he worked for 20 years. As in all of Dali’s paintings, flowers carried a symblic meaning for the painter. Flowers represent the symbol of knowledge, the fruitility of life. The series of the ‘Florals’ include the variety of different surrealistic objects, that make flowers appear as human beings.