☆Salvador Dali’s artwork 1930-1939

☆☆☆Salvador Dali’s artwork 1930-1939

  • Andromeda (1930)
  • The Average Bureaucrat (1930)
  • The Bleeding Roses (1930)
  • Chocolate (1930)
  • Consequences: Dalí, Gala Eluard, Valentine Hugo, André Breton (1930)
  • The Feeling of Becoming (1930)
  • The Font (1930)
  • The Ghost of the Evening (1930)
  • Gradiva (Study for “The Invisible Man”) (1930)
  • The Great Masturbator (1930)
  • The Great Masturbator – Frontispiece for “The Visible Woman” (1930)
  • The Hand (1930)
  • Head of Hair (1930)
  • Invisible Sleeping Woman (1930)
  • Invisible Sleeping Woman (1930)
  • Oedipus Complex (1930)
  • Paranoiac Woman-Horse (1930)
  • Portrait of Mr. Emilio Terry (unfinished) (1930)
  • Premature Ossification of a Railway Station (1930)
  • Pyre. Poster Design for the th Anniversary of the French Communist Party (1930)
  • The Red Tower (Anthropomorphic Tower) (1930)
  • Study for “The Dream” (1930)
  • Study for “Invisible Sleeping Woman, Horse, Lion” (1930)
  • Study for “Invisible Sleeping Woman, Horse, Lion” (1930)
  • Tactile Cinema (1930–31)
  • Untitled – Feminine Nude – Frontispiece of “La Femme Visible” (1930)
  • Vertigo (1930)
  • William Tell (1930)
  • Board of Demented Associations (Fireworks) (1931)
  • Combinations (or The Combined Dalínian Phantasms: Ants, Keys, Nails) (1931)
  • Diurnal Illusion: the Shadow of a Grand Piano Approaching (1931)
  • The Dream (1931)
  • Erotic Drawing (1931)
  • Figure Clock (1931)
  • Gradiva (1931)
  • Gradiva Finds the Anthropomorphic Ruins (1931)
  • Landscape (1931)
  • Le Spectre et le Fantome (1931)
  • Mme. Reese (1931)
  • The Old Age of William Tell (1931)
  • Olive (1931)
  • On the Seashore (1931)
  • Paranoiac Visage – Postcard Sent by Picasso to Dalí (1931)
  • Partial Hallucination. Six apparitions of Lenin on a Grand Piano (1931)
  • The Persistence of Memory (1931)
  • Portrait of Gala (1931)
  • Remorse or Sunken Sphinx (1931)
  • Shades of Night Descending (1931)
  • Solitude (1931)
  • Symbiosis of a Head of Seashells (1931)
  • Untided (William Tell and Gradiva) (1931)
  • Untitled (1931)
  • Untitled – Erotic Drawing (1931)
  • Vegetable Metamorphosis (1931)
  • Woman Sleeping in a Landscape (1931)
  • They Were There (1931)
  • Agnostic Symbol (1932)
  • Anthropomorphic Bread (1932)
  • Anthropomorphic Bread (1932)
  • Automatic Beginning of a Portrait of Gala (unfinished) (1932)
  • The Average Fine and Invisible Harp (1932)
  • Babaouo – Publicity Announcement for the Publication of the Scenario of the Film (1932)
  • The Birth of Liquid Desires (1932)
  • The Birth of Liquid Fears (1932)
  • Detail of “Meditation on The Harp” (1932–34)
  • Diurnal Fantasies (1932)
  • The Dream Approaches (1932–33)
  • Eggs on the Plate Without the Plate (1932)
  • Eggs on the Plate Without the Plate (1932)
  • Figure Study for “William Tell” (1932)
  • Frontispiece for “Le Revolver Ii, Cheveux Blancs” by André Breton (1932)
  • Gradiva (1932)
  • The Invisible Man (1932)
  • The Knight at the Tower (1932)
  • The Meeting of the Illusion and the Arrested Moment – Fried Eggs Presented in a Spoon (1932)
  • Memory of the Child-Woman (1932)
  • The Mysterious Sources of Harmony (1932–33)
  • Nostalgia of the Cannibal (1932)
  • Ordinary French Loaf with Two Fried Eggs Riding Without a Plate (1932)
  • Paranoaic Metamorphosis of Gala’s Face (1932)
  • Phosphene of Laporte (1932)
  • Portrait of the Viscountess Marie-Laure de Noailles (1932)
  • Portrait of Gala (1932–33)
  • Preliminary Study for “Portrait of Vicomtesse Marie-Laure Cle Noailles” (1932)
  • Studies for “Weaning of Furniture-Nutrition” (1932–33)
  • Study for the Nurse in “The Weaning of Furniture-Nutrition” (1932–33)
  • Study for “Large Painting” (1932)
  • Study for “Meditation on The Harp” (1932–33)
  • Study for “Memory of the Child-Woman” (1932)
  • Suez (1932)
  • Surrealist Architecture (1932)
  • Surrealist Essay (1932)
  • Surrealist Object Gauge of Instantaneous Memory (1932)
  • The True Painting of “The Isle of the Dead” by Arnold Bocklin at the Hour of the Angelus (1932)
  • Untitled (1932)
  • Untitled (Erotic Drawing) (1932)
  • Untitled – Cyclist with a Loaf of Bread on His Head (1932)
  • Untitled – Female Figure with Catalonian Bread (1932)
  • The Veiled Heart (1932)
  • William Tell, Gradiva and The Average Bureaucrat (1932)
  • Ambivalent Image (1933)
  • Apparition of My Cousin Carolineta on the Beach at Rosas (1933)
  • The Architectural Angelus of Millet (1933)
  • Average Atmospherocepalic Bureaucrat in the Act of Milking a Cranial Harp (1933)
  • Bureaucrat and Sewing Machine – Illustration for “Les Chants de Maldoror” (1933)
  • The Bust of a Retrospective Woman (1933)
  • Cannibalism of Objects (inscribed: Meat Glass, Meat Aeroplane, Meat Spoon, Meat Watch, Meat Head) (1933)
  • Cannibalism. Illustrations for “Les Chants De Maldoror” by Lautreamont (1933)
  • The Enigma of William Tell (1933)
  • Flesh Aeroplane. Illustration for “Les Chants De Maldoror” by Lautreamont (1933)
  • Gala and the Angelus of Millet Preceding the Imminent Arrival of the Conical Anamorphoses (1933)
  • Geological Destiny (1933)
  • Gradiva (1933)
  • Illustration for Les Chants de Maldoror by the Count of Lautreamont (1933–34)
  • The Judges (1933)
  • Knight of Death (variant) (1933)
  • Myself at the Age of Ten When I Was the Grasshopper Child (1933)
  • Necrophilic Fountain Flowing from a Grand Piano (1933)
  • The Phantom Cart (1933)
  • The Phantom Cart (1933)
  • The Phenomenon of Ecstasy (1933)
  • Portrait of Gala with Two Lamb Chops Balanced on Her Shoulder (1933)
  • Reverie – Password: Mess Up, All the Slate (1933)
  • Soft Watches (1933)
  • Study for “The Enigma of William Tell” (1933)
  • Study for “Portrait of the Vicomtesse de Noailles” (1933)
  • Sugar Sphinx (1933)
  • Sugar Sphinx (detail) (1933)
  • Surrealist Figure in the Landscape of Port Lligat (1933)
  • Surrealist Figures, Joint Drawing by Dalí and Picasso (1933)
  • Surrealist Horse – Woman-Horse (1933)
  • The Temple of Love (1933)
  • The Triangular Hour (1933)
  • Two Faces of Gala (1933–34)
  • Untitled (1933–34)
  • Untitled (Study for Parts of “Invisible Harp, Fine and Medium” and Parts of “Skull with Its Lyric Appendage Leaning on a Bedside, Table…”) (1933)
  • Untitled – Death Outside the Head/Paul Eluard (1933)
  • Aerodynamic Chair (1934)
  • Allegory of an American Christmas (1934)
  • Apparition of My Cousin Carolinetta on the Beach at Rosas (1934)
  • Atavism at Twilight (1934)
  • Atavistic Vestiges After the Rain (1934)
  • Atmospheric Skull Sodomizing a Grand Piano (1934)
  • Bust of Joella Lloyd (1934)
  • Cannibalism of the Praying Mantis of Lautreamont (1934)
  • Cardinal (1934)
  • Conic Anamorphosis (1934)
  • Consequences (1934)
  • Consequences: Gala Eluard, Dalí, André Breton, Valentine Hugo (1934)
  • Consequences: Gala Eluard, Valentine Hugo, André Breton, Dalí (1934)
  • Consequences: Valentine Hugo, André Breton, Gala Eluard, Dalí (1934)
  • Consequences: Valentine Hugo, Dalí, André Breton, Gala Eluard (1934)
  • Eclipse and Vegetable Osmosis (1934)
  • Enigmatic Elements in the Landscape (1934)
  • Figure – Omelettes (1934)
  • Figure and Drapery in a Landscape (1934)
  • Figure with Drawers for a Four-part Screen (1934)
  • Fossil Cloud (1934)
  • The Ghost of Vermeer of Delft Which Can Be Used As a Table (1934)
  • The Ghost of Vermeer van Delft (1934)
  • Ghost of Vermeer Van Delft (1934)
  • Hairdresser Depressed by the Persistent Good Weather (1934)
  • Homage to Millet – for CeciIe, in Friendship (1934)
  • The Hour of the Crackled Visage (1934)
  • Hysterical and Aerodynamic, Nude – Woman on the Rock (1934)
  • The Invisible Harp (1934)
  • The Isle of the Dead – Centre, Section – Reconstructed, Compulsive Image, After Becklin (1934)
  • The Javanese Mannequin (1934)
  • The Knight of Death (1934)
  • The Knight of Death (Horseman) (1934)
  • The Little Theater (1934)
  • Masochistic Instrument (1934)
  • Meditation on the Harp (1934)
  • Melancholy – to Marcel Remy in Friendship, Salvador Dalí (1934)
  • Moment of Transition (1934)
  • Morning Ossification of the Cypress (1934)
  • Night Spectre on the Beach (1934)
  • Omelette About to Be Irreparably Crushed by Hands(1934)
  • Omelette About to Be Irreparably Crushed by Hands
  • Omelettes with Dynamic, Mixed Herbs (1934)
  • Paranoiac Astral Image (1934)
  • Persistence of Fair Weather (1934)
  • Portrait of Gala with a Lobster (Portrait of Gala with Aeroplane Nose) (1934)
  • Portrait of Rene Crevel (Dedicated to Julien Green) (1934)
  • Portrait of Rene Crevel (Man with a Cigarette) (1934)
  • Portrait of a Woman (1934)
  • The Sense of Speed (1934)
  • The Ship (1934–35)
  • The Signal of Anguish (1934)
  • Skull with Its Lyric Appendage Leaning on a Night Table which Should Have the Exact Temperature of a Cardinal’s Nest (1934)
  • The Specter of Sex Appeal (1934)
  • The Spectre of the Angelus (1934)
  • Study for “Cardinal, Cardinal!” (1934)
  • Surrealist Furniture. Preparatory Drawing for Singularities (1934–35)
  • Surrealist Knight for a Four-part Screen (1934)
  • Surrealist Knights for a Four-part Screen, Centre Right (1934)
  • Surrealist Poster (1934)
  • Surrealist Warriors for a Four-part Screen, Centre Left (1934)
  • Title Unknown – Ghost (1934)
  • The Tower (1934)
  • Untitled (Desert Landscape) (1934)
  • Untitled (Dreams on the Beach) (1934)
  • Untitled – Young Girl with a Skull (1934)
  • The Weaning of Furniture-Nutrition (1934)
  • West Side of the Isle of the Dead – Reconstructed Compulsive Image After Becklin (1934)
  • The Angelus of Gala (1935)
  • Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s Angelus (1935)
  • Don Quixote (1935)
  • Drawing for “American Weekly” (1935)
  • The Echo of the Vold (1935)
  • Exquisite Cadaver (1935)
  • Face of Mae West Which May Be Used as an Apartment (1935)
  • The Horseman of Death (1935)
  • Landscape After De Chirico (unfinished) (1935)
  • Mediumnistic-Paranoiac Image (1935)
  • The Nostalgic Echo (1935)
  • Nostalgic Echo (1935)
  • Paranoiac Visage (1935)
  • Paranoiac Visage – The Postcard Transformed (1935)
  • Paranoiac-Critical Solitude (1935)
  • Paranonia (1935–36)
  • Poster Project (1935)
  • Puzzle of Autumn (1935)
  • Soft Cramas and Skull Harp (1935)
  • Solitude – Anthropomorphic Echo (1935)
  • Study for “Premonition of Civil War” (1935)
  • Study for “Premonition of Civil War” (1935)
  • Study for “Premonition of Civil War” (1935)
  • Study for “Suburbs of a Paranoiac-Critical Town” (1935)
  • The Surrealist Mystery of New York I (1935)
  • Thought Machine – Illustration for “The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí” (1935)
  • Woman in a Hat Sitting on a Beach. Drawing for “American Weekly” (1935)
  • Woman with a Head of Roses (1935)
  • Ampurdanese Yang and Yin (1936)
  • Ant Face. Drawing for the Catalogue Jacket of Dalí’s Exhibition at the Alex Reid and Lefevre Gallery in London (1936)
  • The Anthropomorphic Cabinet (1936)
  • The Ants (1936–37)
  • Aphrodisiac Dinner Jacket (1936)
  • Aphrodisiac Dinner Jacket (1936)
  • Apparition of the Town of Delft (1936)
  • Autumn Cannibalism (1936)
  • Beach Scene (detail study) (1936)
  • Blactric Collars (1936)
  • Bread on the Head of the Prodigal Son (1936)
  • Bust with Drawers (1936)
  • A Chemist Lifting with Extreme Precaution the Cuticle of a Grand Piano (1936)
  • The City of Drawers (1936)
  • The City of Drawers – Study for the “Anthropomorphic Cabinet” (1936)
  • The City of Drawers – Study for the “Anthropomorphic Cabinet” (1936)
  • A Couple with Their Heads Full of Clouds (1936)
  • A Couple with Their Heads Full of Clouds (1936)
  • Cover of “Minotaure” Magazine (1936)
  • Decalcomania (1936)
  • The Dream places a Hand on a Man’s Shoulder (1936)
  • The Forgotten Horizon (1936)
  • The Fossilized Automobile of Cape Creus (1936)
  • Freudian Portrait of a Bureaucrat (1936)
  • Gala’s Head – Rear View (1936)
  • Geodesic Portrait of Gala (1936)
  • Geological Justice (1936)
  • The Great Paranoiac (1936)
  • Hands Chair (1936)
  • Head of a Woman in the Form of a Battle (1936)
  • Hypnagogic Monument (1936)
  • Landscape with Girl Skipping Rope (1936)
  • Lobster Telephone (1936)
  • Mae West’s Lips Sofa (1936–37)
  • The Man with the Head of Blue Hortensias (1936)
  • Man with His Head Full of Clouds (1936)
  • Messenger in a Palladinian Landscape (1936)
  • Morphological Echo (1936)
  • Morphological Echo (1936)
  • Necrophiliac Springtime (1936)
  • Night and Day Clothes (1936)
  • Our Love (1936)
  • The Pharmacist of Ampurdan in Search of Absolutely Nothing (1936)
  • Singularities (Singularitats) (1936)
  • Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936)
  • South (Noon) (1936)
  • Study for the Cover of “Minotaure”, No. (81936)
  • Study for “A Couple with Their Heads Full of Clouds ” (detail) (1936)
  • Study for “Geodesic Portrait of Gala” (1936)
  • Study for “Spain” (1936)
  • Study of Horsemen (1936)
  • Suburbs of a Paranoiac-Critical Town: Afternoon on the Outskirts of European History (1936)
  • Sun Table (1936)
  • Surrealist Composition with Invisible Figures (second version of “Rocks of Llané”) (1936)
  • Three Young Surrealistic Women Holding in Their Arms the Skins of an Orchestra (1936)
  • Venus de Milo with Drawers (1936)
  • Venus De Milo with Drawers (1936)
  • The Vertebrate Grotto – Transfer Series (1936)
  • White Calm (1936)
  • Woman with Drawers (1936)
  • Anatomical Studies – Transfer Series (1937)
  • Average Pagan Landscape (1937)
  • Burning Giraffe (1937)
  • The Burning Giraffe (1937)
  • Cannibalism of the Objects (1937)
  • Creation of the Monsters (1937)
  • Dinner in the Desert (1937)
  • Dinner in the Desert Lighted by Giraffes on Fire (1937)
  • Drawers Cannibalism (Composition with Drawers) (1937)
  • Enchanted Beach (Long, Siphon) (1937)
  • Herodias (1937)
  • How Skyscrapers Will Look in 1987 (Drawing for “American Weekly”) (1937)
  • The Hysterical Arch (1937)
  • Imaginary Portrait of Lautréamont at the Age of Nineteen (1937)
  • The Invention of the Monsters (1937)
  • Knights of Death (1937)
  • Metamorphosis of Narcissus (1937)
  • Palladio’s Thalia Corridor (1937)
  • Perspectives (1937)
  • Portrait of Freud (1937)
  • Queen Salome (1937)
  • Sleep (1937)
  • Study for “The False Inspection” (False Perspective) (1937)
  • Study for “The Metamorphosis of Narcissus” (1937)
  • Surrealist Dinner on a Bed (Drawing for a Film Project with the Marx Brothers) (1937)
  • Surrealist Gondola Above Burning Bicycles (Drawing for a Film Project with the Marx Brothers) (1937)
  • Swans Reflecting Elephants (1937)
  • Untitled – Hysterical Scene (1937)
  • Untitled – Lamp with Drawers (Drawing for an interior) (1937)
  • Untitled – Standard Lamp With Crutches (Drawing for an interior) (1937)
  • Untitled – Woman with a Flower Head (1937)
  • Visions of Eternity (1937)
  • The Woman in Flames (1937)
  • Apparition of the Figure of Vermeer on the Face of Abraham Lincoln. Study for “The Image Disappears” (1938)
  • Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach (1938)
  • Beach at Cape Creus with Seated Woman Seen from the Back Mending a Sail and Boat (1938)
  • Beach with Telephone (1938)
  • Coccyx Women (1938)
  • Composition – Two Women with a Town in the Background (1938)
  • Debris of an Automobile Giving Birth to a Blind Horse Biting a Telephone (1938)
  • Enchanted Beach with Three Fluid Graces (1938)
  • The Endless Enigma (1938)
  • Face of the Great Cyclopean Cretin (1938)
  • Fantastic Beach Scene with Skeleton and Parrot (1938)
  • Gradiva (1938)
  • Greyhound (1938)
  • The Image Disappears (1938)
  • Imaginary Figures with a Background of Spanish Monuments (Study for the Costumes for Coco Chanel) (1938)
  • Imperial Violets (1938)
  • Impressions of Africa (1938)
  • Invisible Afghan with the Apparition on the Beach of the Face of Garcia Lorca in the Form of a Fruit Dish with Three Figs (1938)
  • Mandolin, Fruit Dish With Pears, Two Figs on a Table (1938)
  • Mythological Beast (1938)
  • Palladio’s Corridor of Dramatic Surprise (1938)
  • Philosopher Reclining (1938)
  • Portrait of Sigmund Freud (1938)
  • Portrait of Sigmund Freud – Morphology of the Skull of Sigmund Freud. Illustration for “The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí” (1938)
  • Spain (1938)
  • Study for the Self-portrait in “Impressions of Africa” (1938)
  • Study for the Self-portrait in “Impressions of Africa” (1938)
  • Study for The Image Disappears (1938)
  • The Sublime Moment (1938)
  • The Transparent Simulacrum of the Feigned Image (1938)
  • Untitled (1938)
  • Untitled – Figure (unfinished) (1938–39)
  • The Warning (1938)
  • Actress Betty Stockfeld Is Metamorphosed into a Nurse (1939)
  • Apparition of a War Scene on the Face of Lieutenant Deschanel. Cover of “Match” (1939)
  • Baby Map of the World (1939)
  • Bacchanale (1939)
  • Ballerina in a Death’s Head (1939)
  • Drawing for “Bacchanale” (1939)
  • The Dream of Venus (1939)
  • The Enigma of Hitler (1939)
  • Freud’s Perverse Polymorph (Bulgarian Child Eating a Rat) (1939)
  • Gradiva Becoming Fruits, Vegetables, Pork, Bread, and Grilled Sardine (1939)
  • Gradiva, She Who Advances (1939)
  • Group of Figures (1939)
  • Landscape with Telephones on a Plate (1939)
  • Mad Tristan (1939)
  • Masked Mermaid in Black (1939)
  • Metamorphosis of the Five Allegories of Giovanni Bellini (1939)
  • Metamorphosis of a Man’s Bust into a Scene Inspired by Vermeer (1939)
  • Metamorphosis of a Man’s Bust into a Scene Inspired by Vermeer (1939)
  • Philosopher Illuminated by the Light of the Moon and the Setting Sun (1939)
  • Portrait of Gala (unfinished; detail) (1939)
  • Portrait of Sigmund Freud from “The Secret Life” (1939)
  • Psychoanalysis and Morphology Meet (1939)
  • Set for “Bacchanale” (1939)
  • Shirley Temple, The Youngest, Most Sacred Monster of the Cinema in Her Time (1939)
  • Sirens and Graces – Set Design for Dalí’s “Bacchanale” (1939)
  • The Sphere Attacks the Pyramid. Cover of the Catalogue of the Exhibition at Julien Levy’s in New York. (1939)
  • Study for Apparition of a Vermeer Figure on Abraham Lincoln’s Face (1939)
  • Study for Portrait of Gala (1939)
  • Study for a Ballet Backdrop (1939)
  • Telephone in a Dish With Three Grilled Sardines at the End of September (1939)
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