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Lobster Telephone  1938

by Salvador Dalí

Material Used: Painted plaster and mixed media [br]Size: 6 × 12 × 6 2/3 inches The Dali Museum, St Petersburg The Lobster Telephone is one of Dali’s most sardonic and unsettling creations. The simple placement of two unrelated objects together – a lobster on a traditional phone receiver – turns the everyday device into something surreal, making it strange but fascinati...
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