The meeting between Dali and Ackermann took place in Paris and received its business development. Dali once offered to find a buyer for the remaining 100,000 copies of a piece of ceramic tile created from his drawings. Ackermann himself immediately agreed to purchase an exclusive: “I go back to those times and look at myself at myself, sitting in a chair next to the great master. Whatever he sells to you, you buy it, if you can afford it. You do not think twice. It's like buying a piece of cake from the inventor of Sacher-cake, even if you are not a fan of sweets. ”
A series of 6 20 by 20 cm patterns is called “La Suite Catalane”: this is exactly how Catalan motifs were born in those places. The tile was made in the Spanish factory El Siglo (now ADEX). There are persistent rumors that it was originally ordered by the Minister of Culture under the Government of Franco and was intended for facing the pool.See also: The Culinary Book of Salvador Dali was republished for the first time in mass circulation. Review of the publication: history, illustrations and recipes.Currently, 80-year-old Ackermann is actively looking for a buyer to provide them with a fund to help low-income children receive education. The “Dali” tile is supposed to be sold wholesale and retail, in amounts over 500 euros per piece, and also at $ 2,300 per set of 6 samples.
- Photo sample tile editions of 1954 with a pattern created by Dali (source: bay.es).
- A photo of a sample of a 1954 edition tile with a pattern created by Dali (source: auction.catawiki.com).
Decorator reception is often tried to diversify with painting tools: a brush with paint or a pen with ink. The creative genre is characterized by diversity and courage of ideas. A related technique is assemblage, which involves combining various objects and their parts on one surface. Photo collages are very popular today. Read further from the images of the tile according to the Dali drawings: maybe your future bathroom? pool? Arthive: read us in the Telegram and see in Instagram
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