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Salvador Dali ~”Flaming Giraffe”, 1937

Many people believe that Dali produced his best work during the Thirties. After The Persistence of Memory, he went on to create a series of extraordinary paintings that demonstrate the extent of his imagination.
In “Flaming Giraffe”, the huge, looming figures of two women dominate a stark blue landscape, the half-opened drawers running down their bodies may represent the murkier parts of the mind, which Dali believed could be explored through Freud’s technique of psychoanalysis. <source>

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pixography:

Salvador Dali ~”Flaming Giraffe”, 1937

Many people believe that Dali produced his best work during the Thirties. After The Persistence of Memory, he went on to create a series of extraordinary paintings that demonstrate the extent of his imagination.

In “Flaming Giraffe”, the huge, looming figures of two women dominate a stark blue landscape, the half-opened drawers running down their bodies may represent the murkier parts of the mind, which Dali believed could be explored through Freud’s technique of psychoanalysis. <source>