The Ecumenical Council by Salvador Dali painted 1960
Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, was a Spanish artist 1904-1989
Dalí was inspired to paint this painting upon the 1958 election of Pope John XXIII, as the pope had extended communication to Geoffrey Fisher, the Archbishop of Canterbury; the first such invitation in more than four centuries. The painting expresses Dalí’s renewed hope in religious leadership following the devastation of World War II.
• The Painting is Without Frame
• The Painting is Printed on Canvas
• The Painting is rolled up in strong tube packaging to ensure the safety in transportation.
The Ecumenical Council by Salvador Dalí
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1. Excellent Texture Canvas
2. Non-toxic and Environmentally Friendly
3. Fine And Smooth Fabric Surface
5. We use professional and strong PVC TUBE packaging to ensure the safety of the package in transportation
6. Waterproof tape wrapped around the tube