'Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea Which at 20 Meters Becomes the Portrait of Abraham Lincoln' (1976-78)
Dali continues to refine his technique of double imagery in this monumental painting. The familiar figure of his wife, Gala, is depicted standing before an open window. When seen from a distance, the face of Lincoln emerges, demonstrating the minimal conditions needed to recognize a face. This painting links Dali's love for his wife, his Catholicism and his affection for America.
Poster measures 25 inches wide by 38 inches in height, including text and borders.