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"Destino #73" Serigraph on Wove Paper by Salvador Dali, signed by Roy Disney "Destino #73" Serigraph on Wove Paper by Salvador Dali, signed by Roy Disney "Destino""Destino""Destino"

"Destino #73"

Salvador Dali (with Roy Disney)

Title:
"Destino #73"

Medium:
Serigraph/Wove Paper

Unframed Size:
18.5'' x 23.5''

Edition Size:
VIP 95

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2006

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Gallery

 
Retail Price:
$5,000.00

Asking Price:
$1,275.00 - Framed

Framed with Glass:
Gold and Black Molding

Hand signed:
in pencil, lower right




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"Destino #73"

Salvador Dali (with Roy Disney)

Title:
"Destino #73"

Medium:
Serigraph/Wove Paper

Unframed Size:
18.5'' x 23.5''

Edition Size:
VIP 95

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2006

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Gallery

 
Retail Price:
$5,000.00

Asking Price:
$1,275.00 - Framed

Framed with Glass:
Gold and Black Molding

Hand signed:
in pencil, lower right




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"Destino #73" Serigraph on Wove Paper by Salvador Dali, signed by Roy Disney "Destino #73" Serigraph on Wove Paper by Salvador Dali, signed by Roy Disney "Destino""Destino""Destino"
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Serigraph in color on wove paper. Signed in pencil by Roy Disney lower right. From previous deluxe VIP edition of 95 (475 numbered proofs, 275 international proofs, 120 gallery proofs, 50 artist's proofs and 10 printer's proofs also exist without the hand signature).

Walt Disney had been compiling short features for theatrical release when in 1945 the concept of a collaboration between Walt Disney and Salvador Dali began to evolve. "Destino" is the name of a Mexican ballad Disney had envisioned as a vehicle for a musical short film project. Dali was attracted to Destino's title and the concept of destiny attracting two lovers. In 1946, Dali began working at the Disney studio everyday. Twenty seconds of film, various paintings, drawings and storyboards were completed after 8 months of work. In 1947, the Destino project was put on hold--it wasn't untill 1999 that Roy Disney, Walt Disney's nephew, became inspired to finish "Destino".

When Destino was finally unveiled, it was nominated for Best Short Film (Animated) at the 76th Annual Academy Awards in 2003.