Dali by other artists
Dali by other artists. Prominent Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dali has become the real inspiration for other artists, and still his works influence generations of artists, sculptors, illustrators, designers, and photographers. So it was, is and will be. The staircase of the Philadelphia Museum of Art decorated with an iconic image of Salvador Dali. The Dali on the Rocky Steps installation was made ten years ago for the Salvador Dali art exhibition.
Dali by Russian artist Alexander Seliverstov, who was born in Saratov, in 1966. Currently the artist is living in Spain.
Dali by English artist Allison Carmichael who now lives in France. She is a colourist, using rich, bold and vibrant colors to capture her subjects and bring her paintings to life. Her portraits include the Hall of Fame, where you can find paintings of Britney Spears, Annabelle Apsion and Salvador Dali.
Dali by Greek self-taught Illustrator Christina-Antoinette Neofotistou (born 1980). Currently a medical student at the University of Crete.
American portrait artist Everett Raymond Kinstler was born in 1926 in New York. He has painted over 1200 portraits of leading figures in business, entertainment and government, including official portraits of Presidents Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan.
Dali by German painter Frank Kortan (born in Prague, Czech Republic in 1964), who works in style of surrealism, fantastical realism and tromp-l’oeil.
Professional artist Jacques Moitoret has 40 years of experience in painting. Born in 1947 and raised in Seattle, Washington.
American self-taught artist Michael Bridges was born and lives in Columbus Ohio. Once he reached senior high, Michael discovered Salvador Dali, and realized he had found the niche where his heart laid — in surrealism.
Doubly reversible portrait of Salvador Dali was created by Ric Meric. He was born in Marseilles, France, in March 1948.