Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989) signed letter to his wife Gala (PF38)

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2015-06-26 11:49:09

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Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989) signed letter to his wife Gala (PF38)

"Each day I find it more difficult to understand how other people can live without being Gala or Salvador Dali"

Written on an off white sheet of headed paper (5.25 x 7) from the Hotel De Crillon, 10 Place de la Concorde, Paris.

Dali has typed a shortlove letter to his wife Gala.

The letter is entitled "Gala and Dali by Salvador Dali":

"First: Gala and Dali

"Second: Dali

"Third: All the others, including, of course, the two of us once again"

Dali has boldlysigned the letter in felt tip pen. The letter is in fine condition.

At the base of the letter he has added a short essay about how great life is to be Salvador Dali, a portion of which reads:

"Each day I find it more difficult to understand how other people can live without being Gala or Salvador Dali"

An intriguing look into the mind of an artistic genius!

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(PF38)(G)

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