[cp] Rob Gonsalves, a Canadian artist, began to paint his dreams when he was 12 years old. Later, he studied architecture. He learned in school that Daly and Margaret had created a series of illusion paintings by integrating space and plane perfectly. Every painting was ingeniously conceived and memorable. Can you see the part of his hidden vision illusion in these works?
Going to Montmartre Heights, I happened to see the Dali Exhibition and went in. I was shocked. If I saw orthodox art in the Louvre, I saw all kinds of strange "abnormal" things here. At that time, how strong personal style and unique inner world were needed to create these works. There are still 18 prohibitions that I will not issue. You can enjoy it on your own.
You can breeze through this in 1 to 2 hours... and some might find it short and somewhat cliche. But for fans of his work, this is a great way to see many different pieces which are only ever shown in books. Quite exciting to see his development as an artist across so many pieces in one place. It was a suprise destination for us, but one that was well worth seeing!
Dali space has a lot of Dali surrealist works, most of his works are very profound and meaningful, but perfect. The only drawback is that tickets are slightly expensive, not far from Sacred Heart Cathedral and Montmartre, and museums are small. Visits depend on Dali's enthusiasm.
In Dali's home and museum, I saw many eggs: big eggs, small eggs; vertical eggs, horizontal eggs; whole eggs, broken eggs; the original shape of eggs, the variation of eggs, some in the window, some on the wall or even on the roof - unique Dali style. Near Kadakas, Dali and his wife lived in their home for 40 years. The two big eggs on the roof, against the blue bay, looked graceful and dignified, white and flawless. Some people said that Dali was an egg. It took me a long time to figure out the exact answer.