Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "Bengal Tiger"

The paintings of this Spanish artist are painted in a manner of surrealism. This is a fantasy flight without limits and limitations, where everything is clear at the level of intuition. Often, completely new details, faces and forms begin to appear from the general view. And the longer you peer, the more fully the inner world of the picture opens.

The canvases were created by the master in a fit of feelings, at the peak of an emotional wave. This is probably why any of them is perceived as a whole, where every detail and every highlight is important. Contradictory and shocking, complete freedom of spirit - these are the main features of Dali's work. His works completely ignore natural and physical laws, and quite naturally combine incompatible things. At different periods of creativity, the artist creates completely pictures that are different in style and color scheme. The older the master became, the more intense the atmosphere was in his canvases.

The Bengal tiger is made up of individual squares, in which fragments of the life of different people and countries are visible. One gets the impression of a collective image of the world. The image of the tiger acts as a defense against evil, the triumph of life. Performed in rather aggressive tones of yellow with interspersed with numerous shades of black and elements of red and white colors, the picture is filled with inner strength and dynamism.

The gaze draws into the depths, like a funnel. Gradually, layer by layer, more and more details are revealed and then the whole begins to look in a completely different light. Compatibility incompatible was especially pronounced in the Bengal tiger.

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