Salvador Dali
Mythology: Medusa, (Meduse) 1963.
ML/Argillet #131; Fields # 63-3 D.
Original drypoint etching on Arches paper.
Signed and numbered at the lower margins.
This artwork is unframed. The Gallery offers custom framing design services.

Medusa was a Gorgon or winged woman with venomous snakes for hair, whose stare would turn men to stone until she was beheaded by Perseus. The depiction of Medusa has been used throughout classical art to ward off evil.
© The Pierre Argillet Collection.

Salvador Dali – Off The Wall Gallery Houston, Texas.

Artwork size: 26 x 30 inches. / 66 x 76 cm.
Inv #: AB8774
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