Old Hippie

Salvador Dali
The Old Hippie – Le Viel Hippie, 1969 – 1970
Hand-colored drypoint etching on Japanese paper.
ML/Argillet #384; Fields #69 – 13 A.
Signed and numbered at the lower margins. COA included.
This artwork is available framed or unframed.

In 1969, Pierre Argillet came back from India with many photographs, which Dalí used as groundwork to create a series entitled “Les Hippies,” his own interpretation of the “Love and Peace” years. The etchings reveal the artist’s superb, spontaneous, and consummate technique at the peak of his maturity. Outlandish, surrealist characters or situations appear through intricate whirls or golden halos.

Les Hippies: Suite of 11 original drypoint etchings published in 1969–1970. 20 x 25 inches. Edition size: 1-145 signed, numbered, and hand-colored on Arches and I-C with hand-coloring on Japanese paper.

Salvador Dali – Off The Wall Gallery, Houston, Texas.

Artwork size: 25 x 20 inches / 63.5 x 51 cm.
Inv #: AB4572
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