Les Songs Drolatiques de Pantagruel is a suite of 25 cooperative lithographs published by Carpentier and Waintrop of Paris. This cooperative lithographic print (a print that has met three conditions – it was intended by Dali to be made into a print – the artist supervised the process – the artist personally signed the result) was created by Salvador Dali in 1973.
The suite of lithographs illustrates the dreams and tales of two giants, father and son – Gargantua & Pantagruel – as written in a series of novels drafted in 16th century France by François Rabelais.
This work of art is from the black & white edition issued on Japan paper and is numbered 10 from the small edition of only 50.
This original lithograph is framed exposing the entire sheet with its deckled edge and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.