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Archeological Reminiscence of Millet's Angelus Millet's Angelus painting had a profound impact on Salvador Dali. He had first seen the work as a child in school, but in 1932, he has a series of experiences that led him to have several paranoiac-critical transformations on the subject. The original painting shows several peasants, working in a field, who have stopped for an afternoon prayer. Their heads are bowed reverently, and there is a wheelbarrow between them, with field scenery stretching out behind them. 

This painting is a continuation on that theme, but has several instances of Dalinian continuity included as well. The original two Angelus figures have been transformed into towering architectural ruins, which probably were inspired by Dali's visits to the Roman ruins near his childhood home. The third figure of the dead son is absent in this rendition of Dalí's obsession with the original Millet painting. Instead, the female has been made to look even more like a praying mantis, thus reinforcing Dali's association of sex with death. Dali spent time on the plain of Ampurdan, and has added elements from that landscape into this one. 

In the foreground, however, is another example of Dalinian continuity. Here we see yet again the tiny father/son figure that began to show up in Dali's works starting in 1929 with The First Days of Spring.

It is one of the famous paintings of his artist. It reflects the perspective of the artist in terms of technique used. The same color and formality are encountered in different works. The colors, the perspective and depth leave the artist's footsteps to our imagination world.

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Salvador Dali Archeological Reminiscence of Millet's Angelus

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