DALÍ Salvador

Homage to Newton

multiple numbered in 350 pieces

Bronze sculpture, lost-wax process. With certificate of authenticity and foundry certificate.

Numbered in: 350 + 35 E.A.
Conceived: 1980
First cast: 1980
Foundry: Perseo (with foundry certificate)
Reference : R. & N. Descharnes Salvador Dalí Sculptures & Objects. Eccart. Ref. 299, page 122.

Dalí honours and commends Newton for his discovery of the lawof gravity, symbolised by the famed falling apple, represented here by a sphere of metal attached to a string, thus losing its impermanence as well as it’s incapacity for regeneration. Dalí implies that the living being, Sir Isaac NBewton, has becom a mere name in science, completely stripped of his personality and individuality, this is further symbolized by the lack of arms on the figure with two large holes: one which portrays the absence of Newton’s vital organs, while the other clearly displays the lack of mind. What remains in only symbolic representation.

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