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SALVADOR DALÍ EXHIBITION

Everyone can agree that there was just one Salvador Dalí.  People have been attracted to his incredible bursts of frenetic energy and creativity since his first artistic endeavors more than a century ago.  He made a conscious effort to mine his subconscious mind and, in the process, created works that made him a Modern Master.

Galerie Michael once again celebrates this man and his many accomplishments with a very wide-ranging selection of his works.  We have explored each piece as never before to provide insight into the Dalínian world.  There is something here for everyone.   Our offerings range across his creative oeuvre and across the affordability spectrum.  Please take a few moments to explore Salvador Dalí and agree with us that there is but one word that perfectly describes this man.

Unique.

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Étude pour Santiago el Grande is a striking representation of the multifaceted, dynamic nature of not only Dalí’s oeuvre, but also the man himself. Étude pour Santiago el Grande features a conquistador astride a white stallion. The horse and rider command the central axis while triumphantly springing from a shell that levitates above a desert landscape. The animated conquistador brandishes a shield and spear a nod to Spanish bullfighting culture. Salvador DALÍ (1904 1989) Étude pour Santiago el Grande, c. 1957 1964

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Galerie Michael is a world-renowned art gallery located on the famed Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California that specializes in paintings, drawings and prints from the great European Masters of the 17th to 20th centuries. Encompassing more than 12,000 square feet and with an inventory in excess of 8,000 works from Rembrandt to the 20 century Modern Masters, the collection includes Picasso, Renoir, Dalí, Miró, Matisse, Chagall and luminaries from the pre-Impressionist, 19th century Barbizon School. A staff of more than 25 unparalleled experts, located on three continents, serve a worldwide client base, many of whom specifically travel to Beverly Hills for their art needs and education.

Galerie Michael presents up to six extraordinary and highly-publicized exhibitions annually that require acquisition of the world’s finest art, curation, conservation, framing and cataloging. These exhibitions are nationally and internationally sought-after cultural events with lectures by leading global fine art historians and scholars which include docent tours and educational one-on-one sessions.  As a result, they have become some of the largest museum-grade fine art exhibitions in the United States.

Galerie Michael was founded in 1979 by Michael Schwartz and has remained the only fine art gallery on Rodeo Drive four decades later. His rare global pedigree is recognized for identifying great works of art and rediscovering historically important artists of previous centuries. As a highly-sought-after fine art expert, Schwartz is retained to assist and guide prominent collectors in numerous countries who wish to acquire world-class art and create museum-quality collections, with many of these collections going onto multi-city cultural tours.

His expertise has allowed for the discovery of artistic geniuses who had achieved great recognition during their era, but due to sociological, political or cultural forces were lost in time. Schwartz assembles and uses his worldwide contacts to obtain the finest art available with his closest ties being the descendants, collaborators and colleagues of the world’s greatest Impressionists and Modern Masters.

Galerie Michael is located at 224 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, California, USA.  It is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am through 6:00 pm (Pacific Time) and Sunday from 11:00 am through 5:00 pm. Complimentary two-hour valet parking is located beneath the Galerie at Two Rodeo, which can be accessed from Dayton Way, via the first driveway on the right, east of Rodeo Drive.

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Rembrandt–A Fine Collection of Etchings

February 3rd, 2021|

Access the Catalog Galerie Michael has built a worldwide reputation over its four decades in existence.  Not least for our wonderfully-varied Rembrandt offerings.  We work each time to provide our clients with

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Barbizon & the Journey to Impressionism

November 19th, 2020|

One of the most significant periods in Art History was the 19th century. The dramatic shift from academic art to the Impressionist movement was profound and it was that shift that gave rise to modern art. Picasso, Dalí, Miró, Matisse and Chagall could not have achieved their supremacy had the artists of the mid-19th century not taken their bold steps...

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Tête de Femme au Chapeau/Paysage avec Baigneurs (1962)

November 12th, 2020|

Tête de Femme au Chapeau/Paysage avec Baigneurs (1962), or “Head of a Woman with a Hat/Landscape with Bathers,” by master artist Pablo Picasso survives as a remarkable and fascinating "ambiguous image,” meaning an image that can be reversed or interpreted in various ways. This original linocut belongs to Picasso’s most coveted body of graphic...

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Study for Soldier Take Warning, 1942

October 26th, 2020|

Study for Soldier Take Warning is one of the greatest Salvador Dalí artworks. It is original. It is rare. It is pristine. It is for sale. Beyond that though, it is the very essence of both Surrealistic and Dalínian. Salvador Dalí was a complex... necessary to explore each of those levels and each of those facets, for to do otherwise is to dishonor it.

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Farewell to our Founder and Friend

October 2nd, 2020|

In memory of the loss of our Founder and Friend, Michael Schwartz (January 28, 1939 to October 1, 2020), Galerie Michael will be closed Saturday, October 3 and Sunday, October 4. We will reopen Monday, October 5 at 10:00am.

Chagall Exhibition

August 28th, 2020|

As we move together in re-opening the world’s economy, we seek common ground–things that we can readily agree on. Things that we can share with each other. Things that draw us–and then bind us–together. Galerie Michael, like every other organization in the world...

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