Alice In Wonderland
by Salvador Dali

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Medium: Bronze Sculpture
Artwork Size: 36″ × 17
Subject: Figurative, Icons
Style: Surrealist

About this product

In 1968, Dalí was commissioned by the publishers Random House to illustrate an edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, authored by Lewis Carroll in 1865. Dalí was no doubt drawn to both the surreal narrative and the extravagant characters in Carroll’s tale. In this dynamic bronze sculpture, Dalí created Alice’s silhouette holding a skipping rope frozen in motion above her head, her hands and hair blossoming into roses, symbolizing feminine beauty and eternal youth. The crutch symbolizes stability, it gives her emotional support, acting as a link back to reality.

Biography and work by Salvador Dali

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