Hello Dalí, Surreal Show In Kent

Salvador Dalí, Horse Saddled With Time, 1980Photo © IAR Art Resources

Have an extra $800,000? Then Salvador Dalí’s obvious but wonderfully executed bronze, “Horse Saddled with Time,” can be yours. It is the best and most expensive piece in Morrison Gallery’s small but fascinating show of 12 bronzes and six prints that the artist produced between 1971 and 1984, only five years before his death at age 85.

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