Tag Archives: Salvador Dali

SALVADOR DALI PRINT CLUES – WHAT FUN

Part one of eight: Everyone who examines a fine art print is looking for certain things. If she doesn’t know much about prints, this may be fairly few things. If she knows a lot, she’ll know more things to look … Continue reading



DALI PRINTS: IS THEY IS, OR IS THEY AIN’T ?

The United States, and, to a lesser extent, many other countries, are awash with hundreds of thousands of art prints attributed to Salvador Dali (Spanish 1904-1989). In my thirty-eight years of studying, examining and authenticating them, I have personally seen … Continue reading



Artful Dodgers -The Back Cover

Artful Dodgers -The Back Cover At the writers’ Conference in San Niguel de Allende I sat down with a group of the attendees and asked them to listen to the copy I had just written for the back cover … Continue reading



MOVING FORWARD WITH DALI SERVICES

For a third of a century I have been researching all available information about the 1,700+ print images by Salvador Dali and a vast array of others that are attributed to him but belong in the FAKES filing cabinets. In … Continue reading



Salvador Dali Is Everywhere!

Those of us who both know well the work of Salvador Dali and also have opportunities to see lots of art are always finding Dalinian imagery and ideas in the work of other modern and contemporary artists. Some acknowledge their debt … Continue reading



REVISITING THE KING COLE BAR

Those of us who are Salvador Dali fans know that when the Master was in New York he stayed at the St. Regis Hotel at 2 East 55th Street and … Continue reading



NOW THAT’S REFRESHING…..

While doing research for a court case I’m an expert in, I Googled the words “conceptual art”. The second site turned out to be titled About the Museum of Conceptual Art. It carried a definition of the topic and went on … Continue reading



NOT BY DALI

It is common for me to see prints that are attributed to Salvador Dali that are not authentic and carry forged signatures. I also see what appear to be and are represented as being original, unique artworks created by Dali. Some … Continue reading



HOLA FROM MEXICO (again)

How is that possible? We’ve been back in San Miguel de Allende for a full week. I’m working on the final polishing of Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market using the excellent comments of my writing hero … Continue reading



DALI AUTHORIZED ALBARETTO PRINTS

There has been much discussion about the authenticity of the prints of Dali images that were published by Giuseppe Albaretto through the Paris publicatuion firm that he had a half interest in, Les Heures Claires. This is the company founded by … Continue reading