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  • Salvador Dali’s “The Elephants” blurs the division between fantasy and reality. A 20th century artistic pioneer who redefined Surrealism, Dali is influenced by Roman sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini by his use of skinny elephants to symbolicly convey desire while the objects the carry represent power and domination. The frail elephants’ ability to bear a heavy burden is one of Dali’s trademark phantom realities in which the he expresses more complicated concepts through his use of the usually powerful and robust animals.
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