Salvador Dalí: Elephants

The mighty elephant, widely regarded as a symbol of strength and power, makes an appearance in many of the works of Salvador Dalí. In the Surrealist master’s prints, sculptures, and paintings, elephants have long, spindly, multi-jointed legs that appear structurally incapable of supporting the animal’s body. Although realistically-proportioned elephants are depicted in Dalí’s Swans Reflecting Elephants (1937), his iconic long-legged fantastical beasts were first seen in the artist’s painting Dream Caused …

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