Matted Print Daddy Long Legs of the Evening 10x8


The first painting purchased by the Morses, the couple responsible for building the collection at the Salvador Dali Museum, 'Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!' (1940) is a striking piece commenting on the horrors of World War II. But there is hope! Seeing a Daddy Longleg in the evening is said to be a portent of good luck. Measures 10 inches x 8 inches, including matting. Ready to frame.


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