Where is Dali Museum?
The largest private collection of works by the Spanish painter and surrealist Salvador Dali is located in the harbour district of St. Peterburg. The Museum contains 95 original oil paintings, 6 of the artist’s 18 masterpieces at least 1.50 m high Worldwide, 100 watercolours and drawings, 1,300 graphics, sculptures, photos and documents, as well as a comprehensive archive.
1 Dali Boulevard, St. Petersburg, FL 33701, United States, + 1 727-823-3767, open Monday to Saturday 9.30-17.30, Sunday 12-17.30, closed Thanksgiving and December 25
There are regularly free guided tours, which are worthwhile to take part in, as the works are commented on from various points of view and contexts. As an artist, Salvador Dali was not limited to a single style or to only one Medium. From the early impressionist paintings to the works of transition and surrealism to his “classical” period, his life’s work documents a constantly evolving and growing artist. Dali used all media and left posterity with a wealth of oil paintings, watercolours, drawings, graphics, sculptures, jewellery and objects of all kinds.Dali’s unrivalled focus and symbolic complexity are equally striking, whether it is a work created from pure Inspiration or a work he commissioned. Above all, however, Dali was distinguished by his ability to design. In his outstanding capacity as a creative artist, he will always be a benchmark of twentieth-century art.
Address: 1 Dali Blvd, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Tickets: $10–25 · thedali.org
Phone: (727) 823-3767
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