I understand the objection to Dali's work, but I like a photographic quality to painted art.
He painted pretty pictures, but nothing I would want to actually own. Too bad he died relatively young; I wonder what the cause was.
The artist who was originally known as the "painter of light" was J.M.W. Turner. Here's a painting I'd love to own - Sun Setting on a Lake (1840) - but the Tate Gallery would probably object strenuously.
There are so many of the left knocking this man after he died, thats a very good reason to check out his works.
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