1 Αυγ 2013

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July 4th, 2013. Reina Sofia Museum, restoration department, Madrid. Employee working on a Miro painting.

Women, Bird in the night


July 26th. In 1957, the Italian government commissioned Salvador Dalí to paint a series of 100 watercolor illustrations of Dante’s Divine Comedy, the greatest literary work written in the Italian language. The illustrations were to be finished by 1965, the 700th anniversary of the poet’s birth, and then reproduced and released in limited print editions. The deal fell apart, however, when the Italian public learned that their literary patrimony had been put in the hands of a Spaniard.

Salvador Dalí's illustrations for Dante's Divine Comedy



July 30th. Penguin's 78th birthday today. Here's the first Penguin paperback.



An employee of the Reina Sofia Museum works on a Miro painting at the restoration department in Madrid on July 4, 2013

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An employee of the Reina Sofia Museum works on a Miro painting at the restoration department in Madrid on July 4, 2013

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An employee of the Reina Sofia Museum works on a Miro painting at the restoration department in Madrid on July 4, 2013

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