It’s a cruel world, but it’s cool.
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Salvador Dali ~ “Galatea of the Spheres”, 1952

The Galatea of the Spheres is a marvelous portrait of Salvador Dali’s wife known as Gala. Gala was born Elena Ivanovna Diakonova (7 September 1894 – 10 June 1982) in Russia, to a family of intellectuals. Dali first met Gala in 1929 while working on the film Un Chien Andalou with Luis Bunuel- Gala was the wife of another Surrealist, Paul Eluard. Salvador Dali seduced Gala away from Eluard. In 1934 Dali and Gala were married in a civil ceremony in Paris and in 1958 the church permitted a Catholic ceremony (Gala’s former husband died in 1952) and forever after she became known as Gala Éluard Dalí. Gala managed Dali’s business affairs for their entire marriage a task to which the artist was unsuited. Salvador Dali considered Gala his world and his saviour and signed many of his works with her name. <source>

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Bath time with my love
Don’t waste your words on people who deserve your silence. Sometimes the most powerful thing you can say is nothing at all. Mandy Hale (via imaan-daar)

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Ben Shahn (American, 1898-1969), Wheat Field, c.1958. Lithograph with hand-coloring, 19½ x 35½ in.

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