Dali’s ocelot, pouncing tigers, and the crucifixion

Dalí in the 1960s sporting his characteristic flamboyant moustache. Photographed holding his pet ocelot (by Roger Higgins)

Dali’s painting of the crucifixion is at Corpus_Hypercubus.

Painting of the “pouncing tigers,” minus intended victim (photographed by cell phone, sent to my e-mail, downloaded to my computer, printed, cut in half, photographed by cell phone–can’t scan anything currently–sent to my e-mail, downloaded to my computer, and uploaded to my blog):

pouncing tigers

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