Dali's Flaming Giraffe Acuba Japonica 2
Dali's Flaming Giraffe Acuba Japonica 2 by Dolores Browne 2012
DesignReasons sells collectors' items such as this photograph/poster of the Flaming Giraffe from the Dali Museum. Dali saw the Flaming Giraffe as a premonition of war and a great struggle. Before and during this time, Nazi Germany did not tolerate the existence of Jews.. This poster is a numbered photograph of The Flaming Giraffe, a finely beaded sculpture from the Dali Museum. The flaming mane represents the heat and fire that the Jewish people had to endure. Dolores Browne, designer of this poster, wanted to reveal the beauty within the strength needed to fight fire and flames in order to survive.
PRINT SIZE 12" X 17.5"
FRAMED 1" WHITE BOX FRAME