Matted Print Daddy Long Legs of the Evening - Hope


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 14 inches x 11 inches including matting. Ready to frame.


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