Some 300 graphic works by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali (1904-1989) - one of the world's most recognisable 20th century artists - are on display inside Wrocław's Town Hall. The collection includes some real rarities like the artist's illustrations for 'Alice in Wonderland' and Dante's 'Divine Comedy,' as well three-dimensional works including an extravagant medical chest and the artist's series of recipes for immortality. Covering a variety of styles and mediums from painting to monochrome graphics, most of the peices were created between 1955 and 1975 (though two series of works from the 1930s are also included). All come from a private collection, making this a rare opportunity to see some of the famous artist's least publicly accessible works.
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