Salvador Dali - Dix Recettes d’Immortalite
Spanish (1904 – 1989)
Salvador Dali Dix Recettes d’Immortalite – 1973
Salvador Dali Dix Recettes d’Immortalite is a book containing 11 engravings some with color. Also the book also contains text, title, and justification page. These are enclosed in specially designed plexi-glass box. Furthermore, the box has an amazing telephone handle with lock and key. The sheets have full margins and are loose as issued. Hence, they are a large size. Additionally, some of the engravings are three-dimensional. There are three etchings that are objects. Consequently, this is a strange piece of artwork.
The book is published by Audouin-Dexcharnes, Paris. Furthermore, Rigal did the engraving. Each of the etchings is signed and numbered. Above all, the watermark is on the verso. The total tirage is 312. 252 have the box. Accordingly 62 do not have the box. The paper for all of the sets is Auvergne. Additionally, the first 10 sets contain an extra suite. The suites are on japon paper. A special watermark, designed by Dali is on all of the paper. There is a notary seal on the back of each print. Finally, the titles of each work are below.
The Field catalogue number is 73-20. The Lopsinger catalogue numbers are 567 – 577. Field states that in 1981 thieves broke into the storage room for prints. The thieves stole books, boxes with the telephone handle. A few of the stolen sets had the pages and text marked specimen. As a result, Dali did not sign these. For these sets, the artwork is authentic. However, the signatures are counterfeit.
Available for sale are:
1 – The complete suite with telephone case, title and justification pages and artwork is Available. Furthermore, the handle and artwork are in excellent condition.
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