Please note: This is a sample image of this artwork. The colors of the artwork may vary as each etching was hand-colored.
From Dali's "Venus in Furs" Series
Joining in the sadomasochistic game suggested by the text from Sacher Masoch, Salvador Dali found liberation and often portrayed himself as a man, a woman or a hermaphrodite, either in pain or inflicting pain, in a setting where Eros and Thanatos are laughing at each other. A major, powerful work, where Dali’s freedom of line and thought are best expressed.
20 original drypoint etchings with roulette, of which 16 are 15 x 11 inches and 4 are vignettes. Published in 1969.