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  • “Female Figure with Head of Flowers” contains the ordinary, symbol-laden objects that defined Surrealist genius Salvador Dali’s dreamlike work. Often substituting heads with other objects, Dali (1904 – 1989) used flowers in this work to represent his distaste for the rich people who favored the Surrealist group. Intentionally simulating paranoiac dementia with his artwork, Dali first based his images upon his on imaginings, and later, upon Freud’s psychological texts.
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