Hauteur 49 cm | Height 19.29 inches
Sculpture en bronze | Bronze sculpture
Numérotée sur 350 exemplaires + 35 E.A | Numbered out of 350 pieces + 35 A.P
3 Certificats d’authenticité | 3 Certificates of authenticity
Prix sur demande | Price on request
This sculpture was born of Dalí’s respect for Sir Isaac Newton and his discovery of the law of gravity, represented by the famed falling apple. Dalí has pierced the figure with two large spaces: the artist implies that the living being, Newton himself, has become a mere name, stripped of his individuality, as his incredible and revolutionary laws of motion obscure all personal details relative to the great scientist.