Definition of Dalí, Salvador in English:

Dalí, Salvador

Line breaks: Sal¦va|dor Dalí
Pronunciation: /ˈdɑːli
( 1904–89), Spanish painter. A surrealist, he portrayed dream images with almost photographic realism against backgrounds of arid Catalan landscapes. Dalí also collaborated with Buñuel in the production of the film Un Chien andalou (1928). Notable works: The Persistence of Memory (1931).



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