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Salvador Dali is a surrealist who at one time excited the minds of the people of his time. But even today, contemporaries argue about the meaning of his paintings and try to unravel the artist’s crazy personality.
Many among his works are those that terrify and amaze every imagination. Such a picture is “Anthropomorphic bread”, written in 1932. The shape of this bread is clearly phallic. What the strange author was thinking about, drawing this next bread masterpiece.
He likes to draw familiar bread in his canvases in very catchy and defiant forms. Everyone, for sure, heard such an expression - bread is the head of everything. That's just the head, as they say, can be different. In this picture we see a well-known organ that is covered. A blurry clock hangs at the end of the bread. This suggests that time is rushing forward. And everything that has power today will certainly become unnecessary and weak tomorrow.
A loaf of bread at the beginning of its journey has a pleasant aroma; from its taste a person feels real pleasure. Especially the freshly baked loaf gives a fragrant smell to the whole room. And abundant saliva begins to stand out in the mouth. But, if you do not use it today for its intended purpose, tomorrow, delicious bread will turn black and become unleavened. The way of life is the same as that depicted on the canvas.
At first, he is cheerful and regularly ready for feats. After that, this “hero” tries to sit behind the curtain of a warm blanket. And then completely become unfit and bland. Dali drew these parallels, and drew his vulgar, but believable masterpiece.
Of course, only a madman could compare a bakery product like that. But we are all crazy in this world. Salvador has managed to expose its madness and now they do not stop talking about his works. He saw many strange things and only with some of his fantasies shared with us. But time is too fleeting, he wilted and did not have time very much.