Whether you're an eccentric Salvador Dali fan, everyone agrees that your work has a brilliant effect and intense imagination. Salvador Dali called his life as reincarnation of his brother Salvador. At 5, Dali was taken to his brother's grave and began to believe this strange tale his parents said. Thus influenced the mysterious and unique existence of the world's greatest surrealist painter.  Salvador Dali began to paint at age 10, and at the age of 12 he received his first formal education at the school of local government. In the drawing, Dali learned professional techniques from painting, editing and engraving. At the age of 13, Dali was the first exhibit when his father, who was lauded as Salvador, introduced him to the charcoal drawings in the family house.
While her first art exhibition was a turning point in her life, Dali was deeply concerned about her mother's breast cancer death when she was only 16 years old. She loved her mother and said that her loss was "the biggest blow she'd ever experienced." Dali moved to Madrid in 1922 to attend the San Fernando College of Fine Arts, where he first experimented with cubism, where he received the most attention from his students. Dali never completed formal education because he was soon graduated in 1926. His release was due to the fact that neither arm was sufficiently qualified to judge his work. The famous Basket Bread painted at this time did not let Dali have the artistic ability. In 1931, Dali painted The Remembrance of Memory is a day and is arguably the most famous work. In a show held in New York in 1934, Persistence created a great feeling and led it to the superstar in the art world. The melting hours neglected our rigid assumption that time is linear and Dali connects with Einstein and later, more scientific styles.
Dali's marriage to his long corporate gala in 1934 this year in one of his most important lives. He and Gala were inseparable, and though Dali's critics sometimes dismissed him because of his stunning and eccentric personality, Gala never tired of it. They moved to the United States and lived here for eight years in 1949. While in the States Dali returned to the Catholic roots, his art became much more respectful. In 1982, due to the death of Galáta, Dali lost his will to move forward and died six and a half years later at the age of 84. Dali painted more than 1,500 paintings, illustrating many books, drawing drawings, designed sculptures, theater sets, cartoon animations for Walt Disney, and many other projects that were too many on the list.
As far as Dali remembers his art, his strange and sometimes disturbing personality. Its strange behavior can be seen today as brilliant marketing. Perhaps we did not know about Dali's art that he did not have such a fascinating personality that he was so vividly depicted. His iconic mustache and wide-eyed eyes were his trademark. His eccentric showmanship was no bigger than when he was presenting a surrealist dressed in a diving suit while guests were dressed in formal evening dresses.
Salvador Dali's personality has gone today, yet we have access to his great work in museums and private collections around the world. The two largest collections of Dali's work are always shown in the Dalí Theater and the Catalan Museum in Spain or in the Morse Museum in St Petersburg, Florida. In the minds of fans and in these and other art venues, Salvador Dali will always remember.