Black Label Limited Edition Dalí Leda Low Table-Sculpture
Design inspired on an artwork by Salvador Dalí: Femme à tête de roses, 1935
Legs in black patina not varnished. Table top in brushed and
varnished brass, black varnished patina. Nero Marquina marble egg on top
75 x 21 x 25 inches (190.5 x 53.3 x 63.5 cm.)
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This piece by Salvador Dali, which takes inspiration from his 1935 work Femme a Tete de Roses fuses a number of images and techniques that the artist employed throughout his works. To create the base on which the table sits, he fuses an arm and a leg, and places a marble egg – a commonly-utilized object in his works which represents fertility, sexuality, and hope. The title takes its inspiration from the mythological Queen of Sparta Leda, another frequent subject of his work.