Alice in Wonderland - Salvador Dalí

Informations Techniques

Bronze, procédé de cire perdue
90,5 cm
350 + 35 EA
Date d'édition
R. & N. Descharnes Salvador Dali Sculptures & Objects. Eccart. Ref. 624, page 243.


Like Alice in Wonderland, Dalí travelled a long and arduous road through the land of dreams, by means of his artistic expression. The artist was clearly drawn to both the incredible story-line and the extravagant characters in this intoxicating fairytale. Alice is one of Dalí's favorite images. She is the eternal girl-child who responds to the confusion of the world behind the looking glass with the irrefutable naivety of childhood. After all her meetings with the inhabitants of this fantastic world, she returns to reality not only unharmed but unchanged by her surrealistic experience.  Looking at Dalí's sculpture we see that Alice's jump rope has become a twisted cord symbolizing everyday life. Her hands and hair have blossomed into roses symbolizing feminine beauty and eternal youth. The Grecian drapes of her dress symbolize antiquity and the beauty that is respected throughout the ages.

Voir les autres œuvres