Salvador Dali Divine Comedy Dante Alighiere lithograph 123/150 titled Purgatory, from Salvador Dali Divine Comedy Alighiere limited edition of 150 bois block cut signed by Salvador Dali published by the Collector's Guild Ltd and certified by the Socie'te' de Ve'rification de la Nouvell Gravure Internationale of New York and Paris. This artwork is on BFK Rives paper and is hand signed by Dali in the lower right quadrant. It is also number 123 from the edition of 150 in the lower left quadrant. The entire tirage outstanding for the Divine Comedy is 8534 sets per the Field and Michler/Lopsinger Catalog Raisonnes. This specific edition of 150 is from the edition in which contracts were made with Salvador Dali who agreed to hand sign them in the 1960's. The exact amount of hand signed divine comedy prints is unknown. However, this edition of 150 is verifiable and cataloged by Field and Michler and Lopsinger. Dali signed these rare hand signed prints in three colored crayons: Blue for Heaven, Purple for Purgatory, and Red for Hell. Excellent untouched condition in its original frame. Number 123/150. Excellent untouched condition in its original frame and Collectors Guild label on the back. Frame measures 18.25 x 14.25 .
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