The most frequently forged lithograph is “Lincoln in Dalivision” (“Naked Gala looking at the sea, which at a distance of 20 meters transforms into a portrait of Abraham Lincoln”) from a limited edition. Two original canvases Dali wrote in 1975 and in 1976 (now one is in his Theater Museum in Figueres, the second - in the artist's museum in St. Petersburg, Florida).
Left: “Nude Gala, which [...] transforms into a portrait of Abraham Lincoln” (1975) by Salvador Dali from the Museum Theater in Figueres
- Salvador Dali, "Hallucinogenic bullfighter" (1970). Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburg
- Salvador Dali, "Sketch for the oil painting" Hallucinogenic bullfighter "" (1969). Foundation Gala Salvador Dali, Figueras
The online catalog, which was presented by the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation, should clearly identify the authorship of the works. This is a constantly updated project, which is updated with new data. The goal of its authors is to establish the undoubted attribution of works that Dali created between 1910 and 1983.
The final fifth section, as already mentioned, is dedicated to the last eighteen years of Salvador Dali’s career (he finished working in 1983, and died six years later). The category includes 233 paintings. In total for 17 years, scientists have unequivocally established the authorship of thousands of works. This clarifies that some of them consist of two elements (for example, stereoscopic pictures), but should be considered as a whole.
Left: Salvador Dali, “The Crucifixion, or the Hypercubic Body” (1954). Metropolitan Museum, New York