Salvador Dali Art. By Alina Livneva January 22, '20 Salvador Dali surreal art, style, life and artwork When discussing the world of surrealist art, one of the most prominent names is Salvador Dali, the Spanish artist known for painting The Persistence of Memory, and known for his twirled, eccentric mustache. Dali is still a recognizable figure with continuous galleries being showcased throughout the world, along with many permanent museums dedicated to his work.
The path to his eccentricities and his career in art, however, are not as simple as one might presume. After Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Salvador Dali became captivated with nuclear physics and the theories of the atom disintegration. It was the time when he had renewed interest in Catholicism. Life of Salvador Dalí The surrealist was born on the 11th of May, 1904, in the small town of Figueres to parents Salvador Dali Sali and Felipa Domenech Ferres. His brother was not the only major death in the family to affect him. Salvador Dali art style.