Salvador Dalí (1904‑1989)
Lobster Telephone
Téléphone - Homard
Date 1936
MediumSteel, plaster, rubber, resin and paper
Dimensionsobject: 178 x 330 x 178 mm
Acquisition Purchased 1981
Image credit© Salvador Dali, Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation/DACS, London 2002
Not on display
Salvador Dalí, 'Lobster Telephone, 1936
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