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Paul Chimera

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The Salvador Dali Society , Inc.

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The Salvador Dali Society , Inc.

2007 West Carson Street

Torrance, California,90501

United States

Company Description

We are a leading source for rare, authentic, hand-signed Salvador Dali prints. With over twenty years experience in the market and having placed thousands of authentic Dali works into private collections; the depth and breadth of our knowledge is unprecedented...more

Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Professor and Newspaper Adviser

Daemen College


Owner

Chimera Communications Inc


Owner

Chimera Communications


Affiliations

Collect Dali Yahoo Group

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Today's

Chimera Salvador Dali Historian


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Posted by Paul Chimera on July 10, 2017
Comments Off on Dali Painted a 'Blue Dog' Decades Before George Rodrigue Did! By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Salvador Dali may have anticipated an unlikely 1990s artistic phenomenon by more than five decades! This potentially astonishing fact reveals itself in his "Inventions of the Monsters" of 1937. Posted by Paul Chimera on July 07, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on July 03, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Salvador Dali probably painted Gala more often than any other subject. She was virtually always painted in an exalted manner, often as a Madonna or angelic figure. Consider her scrupulously noble and realistic image in "Assumpta Corpuscularia Lapislazulina. Her reverent beauty in "Corpus Hypercubus. Her Raphaelesque pose in "Virgin of Guadalupe. Posted by Paul Chimera on June 29, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Salvador Dali died in 1903. Posted by Paul Chimera on June 26, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian "Little Ashes" of 1928 (also known as "Little Cinders") is pure surrealism as Salvador Dali defined it best. Posted by Paul Chimera on June 22, 2017 Comments Off on Salvador Dali Knew How to Make a Bread Loaf Penis-like! Posted by Paul Chimera on June 19, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on June 15, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian There's something quintessentially surrealist - and perhaps quintessentially Dalinian - about "Morning Ossification of the Cypress," which a 30-year-old Salvador Dali painted in 1934. Posted by Paul Chimera on June 12, 2017 Comments Off on Early Dali Watercolor of Daily Scenes Includes a (Soft?) Clock By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian We recently considered in this space from the Salvador Dali Society, Inc., Dali's 1929 oil painting, "First Days of Spring. Posted by Paul Chimera on June 08, 2017 Comments Off on Is this Dali Painting the Most Unusually Titled of His Prodigious Output?


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Posted by Paul Chimera on June 05, 2017
By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Salvador Dali's "First Days of Spring," painted when he was 25, seems to be "seasonally correct" (as opposed to politically correct) as we enjoy spring while on the cusp of the first days of of summer. It's one of the rare Dali paintings that does NOT feature the mountains, cypress trees and rock formations from his beloved Spanish countryside, which populated so many of Dali's works. Instead, "First Read More SalvadorDali-TheBurningGiraffe Dali Symbolized War through Giraffes on Fire! Posted by Paul Chimera on June 01, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on May 29, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on May 25, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on May 22, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on May 18, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on May 15, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Salvador Dali was a wonderful watercolorist, and a great illustration of this is found in his "Madonna of the Birds" of 1945, in the The Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. Posted by Paul Chimera on May 11, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian There are a number of paintings by Salvador Dali that are something of a departure from what we've come to expect from the master of Surrealism. Posted by Paul Chimera on May 08, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian When we talk about an artist's vision, we usually mean his or her sense of innovation or prescience. Posted by Paul Chimera on May 04, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Did Dali think Gala was good enough to eat?


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Posted by Paul Chimera on May 01, 2017
By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian During my tenure as publicity director of the original Salvador Dali Museum of Beachwood, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland - the museum subsequently relocated to St. Pete, Florida in 1982 - I found that museum visitors had a special affinity for "Enchanted Beach with Three Fluid Graces. Posted by Paul Chimera on April 27, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Salvador Dali looked at just about everything in his world - real or imagined - far differently than mere mortals! Posted by Paul Chimera on April 24, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Many of Salvador Dali's painting titles are convoluted, confusing and seemingly designed for consternation. But not "Swans Reflecting Elephants. Posted by Paul Chimera on April 20, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on April 17, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Salvador Dali's "Family of Marsupial Centaurs" has always been oddly provocative and even a bit confounding to me. In one respect, it fits the description of pure surrealism. Posted by Paul Chimera on April 13, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Salvador Dali poured his deepest thoughts, obsessions, fantasies and fears out in what is widely considered his first surrealist painting, "The Lugubrious Game" of 1929. Posted by Paul Chimera on April 10, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Today's Salvador Dali painting is one of his most enigmatic: "Giant Flying Mocha Cup with an Inexplicable Five Metre Appendage. Posted by Paul Chimera on April 06, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on April 03, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian Certain Salvador Dali paintings tenaciously glom onto my consciousness like a soft watch inextricably draped over a barren tree branch. Posted by Paul Chimera on March 30, 2017 By Paul Chimera Salvador Dali Historian At age 27, a young Salvador Dali was smack-dab in the throes of Surrealism, and one of the best examples of his thoughts and visions transferred to oil on canvas is the important 1931 painting, "Six Apparitions of Lenin on a Piano.


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Posted by Paul Chimera on February 20, 2017
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Posted by Paul Chimera on January 16, 2017
Posted by Paul Chimera on January 12, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on January 09, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on January 06, 2017 Posted by Paul Chimera on January 03, 2017 By Paul Chimera Dali Writer/Historian "That's by Salvador Dali?! Posted by Paul Chimera on December 27, 2016 Comments Off on 'Imperial Monument to the Child-Woman' is Quintessential Surrealism! By Paul Chimera Dali Writer/Historian It may be hard to find a more quintessentially Surrealist Dali painting than the important and beautifully painted picture, "Imperial Monument to the Child-Woman" of 1930. Posted by Paul Chimera on December 21, 2016 Posted by Paul Chimera on December 19, 2016 By Paul Chimera Dali Writer/Historian Salvador Dali was a man of great contrasts. Posted by Paul Chimera on December 14, 2016 By Paul Chimera Dali Writer/Historian Dali's artistic world was far from a tidy place. Yes, he painted many beautiful works - works that would not in the strict sense of the word even be considered surrealistic. Posted by Paul Chimera on December 12, 2016 By Paul Chimera Dali Writer/Historian At the risk of repeating myself, let me emphasize how important Salvador Dali's technical mastery as a draftsman was to the impact of his paintings.


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