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  1. Mura says:
    The Persistence of Memory (Spanish: La persistencia de la memoria) is a painting by artist Salvador Dalí, and one of the most recognizable works of reggae.taukreeishnwynnirin.infoinfo shown at the Julien Levy Gallery in , since the painting has been in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, which received it from an anonymous reggae.taukreeishnwynnirin.infoinfo: Salvador Dalí.
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    The Persistence of Memory. Looking at the picture The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali, people can see an abstract aesthetic deep within. The landscapes associated with his childhood have become an inspiration for his paintings. When he grew up, Dali still spent his time to painting the Catalonia’s landscape elaborately.
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  7. Zulkis says:
    It was here that he created his most famous painting, ‘The Persistence of Memory’. This iconic painting introduces the image of the soft pocket- watch; the limp melting watches drape languidly over various hard surfaces, suggesting the irrelevance and transitory or fluid nature of time.
  8. Faerg says:
    The sequence of melting clocks in a disjointed landscape is the depiction of a dream that Dali had experienced, the figure in the middle of the painting being the face of the dreamer himself. The general interpretation is that the painting, which portrays many melting watches, is a rejection of time as a solid and deterministic influence.

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