The City of Glasgow bought Salvador Dalí's 'Christ of St. John of The Cross' for its Museums and Galleries collection in 1952. A high profile and controversial purchase, the painting has been attacked and seriously damaged on at least two occasions by visitors to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Where did Dalí get the idea for the work and what were the methodologies of his execution of it? Dmitriy Soliterman investigates.
A TRIANGLE AND A CIRCLE:
the conception and execution of Dalí’s
‘Christ of St. John Of The Cross’