Dalí's work in Mexico will be put up for auction
Salvador Dalí's graphic work will be put up for auction on January 24 in Mexico City, where some 63 batches of stamps by the famous Spanish painter will be put up for sale from eight thousand pesos.
Morton Subastas is the company that will be responsible for organizing the bidding of the works, which has verified its authenticity thanks to the type of paper, workshop and type of signature, which has unique features of the author.
The price of the stamps varies from eight thousand to 50 thousand pesos and can be consulted in a catalog that includes details of what is offered, influences, obsessions and curious data of Dalí, as he had more than 600 signatures that he used in accordance with your mood and creative stage.
Born in Spain in 1904 Salvador Dalí was a Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver, set designer and writer known for his surreal images and details with lots of light and color. In his career he produced some 1,500 paintings.
The auction will be public and will have a previous exhibition from January 17 to 23 at Cerro de Mayka 115, Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico City, where the paintings will also be sold at 6:00 p.m. in the presence, absence or online.
via: La Voz