how does salvador dail contribute to hispanic art?
i have a homework assingment to do and i've been to so many websites and haven't really found anything so i was wondering if anybody knew how salvador dail contributed to hispanic art. i really need help
- jacquesh2001Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Whether people like his works or not, Dali (not "Dail" as you write it) is a great painter and sculptor. His imagination and creativity are so strong AND he dares to paint or sculpt what he sees ... with his mind's eye.
He is Spanish. So he contributes to Hispanic art in the same way Velasquez did : his works are different and highly original simply because he was born in the 20th century.
Dali is also a part of the worldwide surrealist movement, as well as Matisse (Belgian art) Chagall (french/born Russian art) etc.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Go to www.history.com that is the site to get all the pics and sound as well. They have a nice collection and biography.
He was a surreal type of art, he exposed the strange and weird with lots of colors. But then beauty is in the eye of the beholder and he had some eye let me tell you. You can look for that painting I am sure they have that one as well.
- 1 decade ago
Dali is considered perhaps the greatest artist of the Surrealist movement. His work was influenced by recalling the consciousness of our dreams; unlocking worlds of thoughts and feelings which we are unaware of.
Dali's painting is heavily consistent and representative of the theories of renowned psychologist Sigmund Freud.
This personal style of surrealism established Dali from other Spanish painters like Picasso and Miro.
- tnincyLv 41 decade ago
try this website. i live in clearwater, fl and have visited the dali museum. maybe this can help you out.
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- vanamont7Lv 71 decade ago
One more total and pretentious bum. If you must know.