Salvatore dali

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Being great artist and a little weird (or eccentric, if you are a great artist) usually go hand in hand. It was said that Dalí wore mustaches because he was inspired by dictators who wore them. Dalí was a colorful and imposing presence in his ever-present long cape, walking stick, haughty expression, and upturned waxed mustache, famous for having said that “every morning upon awakening, I experience a supreme pleasure: that of being Salvador Dalí.” Richard Avedon, Yousuf Karsh, Andermatt, Famous Mustaches, Philippe Halsman, Salvador Dali Art, Dali Art, Famous Portraits, Moustaches

If you are male (and a probably a few females), at one time or another you have sported a mustache. While most of us don't have the testosterone to do the 'stache proud, here are few individuals, both real and imaginary, who have pulled off the the mustache with great aplomb. As a matter of fact, you probably can't picture any of these personalities without a mustache and with that I give you the top ten mustaches. 10. Salvador Dali Mustache Being great artist and a little weird (or…

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Dali had spent the years 1936-1939 in Paris, throughout the Spanish Civil War. During the beginning of the Second World War (1940), Dali fled to California with his wife, due to the Fall of France, in which Germany had invaded and captured France. This experience, along with then recent horrors of the Spanish Civil War, inspired Dali to express the misery of Europe through this painting

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