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Nude ascending a staircase Tribute to Marcel Duchamp - Nu montant l'escalier Hommage à Marcel Duchamp (Clot collection) Click to ZOOM

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DALI Salvador
Nude ascending a staircase Tribute to Marcel Duchamp - Nu montant l'escalier Hommage à Marcel Duchamp (Clot collection)
Publishing Year : 1973
 
Media : Sculptures
Technique : Bronze
Edition : Numbered : 350 ex.
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Signature : in the Wax
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Description :
Bronze sculpture, signed and numbered, titled [Nude ascending a staircase - Tribute to Marcel Duchamp] 1973.
- Bronze, technique of the lost wax.
- Gilded patina.
- Editor: 2049 Obra Contemporanea Editor, Spain.
- Foundry: Fonderia Bonvicini, Verone, Italy.
- The sculpture has Dali's signature and the edition number impressed in the bronze, is mounted on a marble base (7x 9x 9 cm).
Note: The edition number is indicative and may be another of the same series.

LITERATURE:
This work is referenced in The catalogue "DALI, Sculptures & Objets, The Hard and the Soft" by Robert and Nicolas Descharnes, editions Eccart 2004. Page 163 illustration #412.

GUARANTEED FULLY AUTHENTIC AND AUTHORIZED DALI PIECES.

Salvador Dali - Las Esculturas 1969 - 1976.
This Collection was modeled in wax at the artist's home in Port Lligat, Spain from 1969 to 1976 and acquired by his friend Isidro Clot.

"Nude ascending a staircase - Tribute to Marcel Duchamp" 1973.
Nothing pleased Dali more than paying tribute to his friend Marcel Duchamp with this sculpture and creating the realistic figure of a nude woman clambering up the spirals of a shell. This bronze is Dali's ironic response to the famous divisionist painting 'Nude descending a staircase' produced in 1911 by the leader of the Dada movement and father of Surrealism.
The feminine figure which Dali modelled reminds us of the body's morphology of Gala.




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Sculpture en bronze, signée et numérotée, intitulée [Nu montant l'escalier, Hommage à Marcel Duchamp] 1973.
- Bronze, technique de la cire perdue.
- Patine dorée.
- Editeur: 2049 Obra Contemporanea Editor, Espagne.
- Fonderie: Fonderia Bonvicini, Verone, Italy.
- La sculpture porte la signature de Dali et le numéro d'édition appliqué dans le bronze, elle est montée sur un socle en marbre ( 7x 9x 9 cm).
Note: Le numéro de tirage est à titre indicatif et peut être un autre de la même série.

LITERATURE:
Cette oeuvre est référencée dans le catalogue "DALI, Sculptures & Objets, Le Dur et Le Mou" par Robert et Nicolas Descharnes, éditions Eccart 2003. Page 163 Illustration #410.

AUTHENTICITE ENTIEREMENT GARANTIE, PIECE AUTORISEE PAR DALI.

Salvador Dali - Las Esculturas 1969 - 1976.
Cette collection a été modelée en cire dans la maison de l'artiste Port Lligat, en Espagne de 1969 à 1976 et acquise par son ami Isidro Clot.

"Nu montant l'escalier, Hommage à Marcel Duchamp" 1973.
Rendre hommage avec cette sculpture à son ami Marcel Duchamp, rien ne pouvait mieux plaire à Dali et l'amuser de surcroît en créant le corps réaliste de cette femme nue montant à grands pas les spires d'un coquillage! Ce bronze est le contre-pied ironique de Dali au célèbre tableau divisionniste " Nu descendant l'escalier" peint en 1911 par le Maître du mouvement Dada, père du surréalisme.
La figure féminine modelée par Dali rappelle la morphologie du corps de Gala.
Certificate : Certificate of Authenticity is accompanied with this piece, delivered by "2049 Obra Contemporanea EDITOR"
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