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Salvador Dali and his publisher and confidante Pierre Argillet created many remarkable copper plate prints together from 1958 to 1973. Because the Argillet series is finite, the show is a rare opportunity to own one of a dwindling number of the master’s works. Meet Madame Christine Argillet, Pierre’s daughter, during the two scheduled special appearances (February 26 and 27). The collection is on exhibition and available for acquisition at the gallery. 

Salvador Dali and his publisher and confidante Pierre Argillet created many remarkable copper plate prints together from 1958 to 1973. Because the Argillet series is finite, the show is a rare opportunity to own one of a dwindling number of the master’s works. Meet Madame Christine Argillet, Pierre’s daughter, during the two scheduled special appearances (February 26 and 27). The collection is on exhibition and available for acquisition at the gallery.

Salvador Dali and his publisher and confidante Pierre Argillet created many remarkable copper plate prints together from 1958 to 1973. Because the Argillet series is finite, the show is a rare opportunity to own one of a dwindling number of the master’s works. Meet Madame Christine Argillet, Pierre’s daughter, during the two scheduled special appearances (February 26 and 27). The collection is on exhibition and available for acquisition at the gallery.

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Milan Gallery
404 Houston St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://www.milangallery.com/

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