Sculpture "Unicorn". Made of patinated bronze. On the base there is the manufacturer's marking and the serial number of the series - 314/350, as well as the "Jemelton" casting stamp
Salvador Dali is known primarily as an artist, but he also worked with small plastic, creating small conceptual compositions. Some of the sculptures were made in a single copy, and some were production works. This model is at the same time a reference to the masters of the old time, and a rethinking of the canonical image of a lady and a unicorn. Since the Middle Ages, the unicorn has been considered a symbol of innocence and purity, but in the interpretation of Salvador Dali, it receives a Freudian tact. The authenticity of the work is confirmed by the marking, the presence of a serial number, and a high-quality study of all the details of the sculpture. If you wish, you can request attribution and a certificate for this product. This model can be found in the authoritative Descharnes Nicolas catalog "Dalì, le dur et le mou: sortilège et magie des formes: sculptures & objets".