This wonderful lithograph, was created by the master of the surreal as a tribute to Harpo Marx, his friend. All of the brothers are depicted in this original fine art lithograph. Legend has it that Dali once sent this cherished friend a harp for Christmas – and with a fantastic stroke of the artist’s bizarre humor, the harp had been strung with barbed wire – had spoons for tuning pegs and was wrapped in cellophane. In return, Harpo replied with a photograph of himself sitting at the harp – his hands wrapped in bandages. Avant-garde meets Pop culture.
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 1970.
This edition was limited to only 200 works with an additional 20 artist’s proofs. The work of art is signed by the artist in the lower right and inscribed, EA (épreuve d’artiste) or, Artist’s proof on the lower left.
This work of art is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.