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The famous masterpiece of the shocking surrealist Dali, created in 1944 and inspired by Freudian psychoanalysis, can briefly be called “Dream”.
Thus, Freud's large-scale work on the theory of dreams turned out to be useful not only in the field of scientific psychology and psychiatry, but also served as the brightest inspiration for the adherents of surrealism.
It must be said that the psychoanalyst himself did not recognize this work, but the uniqueness of these paintings and the presence of many admirers of such art cannot be denied.
Dreams can last seconds, while creating the impression of a holistic performance in the arena of the unconscious. Freudianism insists on the possibility of external stimuli to “penetrate” the dream, transforming at the same time into various symbolic images. So, on the canvas of Salvador Dali, a nude model (Gala's wife) and a small grenade with a bee hovering above it are in focus. These are real world objects.
The result of sleep are the rest of the drawings of the composition. The immense sea personifies the unconscious person full of deep secrets. Bernini's ghostly elephant on stilts conveys the fragility and instability of a sleepy state. Fruit with red berries in a dream takes on an increased size.
Paradoxically, an enormous orange fish emerges from it, a pair of ferocious clawed tigers emerge from its mouth. The shotgun serves as a prototype of the sting of an insect buzzing in a state of drowsiness.
The woman’s body hovers over a rocky plane, which conveys to the audience the possibility of the impossible that is familiar in dreams. A little more, and Gala will wake up ... Before us is a blurred moment before her departure into the conscious world from the depths of the unconscious.
Now, on the canvas have the opportunity to personally witness the residents and tourists of Madrid. The rest of art lovers are familiar with the work from the pages of the world wide web and from reproductions.
Painting Rye Shishkin