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Symbology of The Spider of the Evening by Salvador Dalí – The hidden Symbols in the Arts

The Spider of the Evening was painted by Salvador Dalí in 1940 during the Second World War. The atmosphere that was breathed in those days is reworked by the author and rises in artistic form in his painting, a real contemplation of the horror caused by the war. The whole painting is an allegory of the atmosphere and the senseless consequences caused by the war.

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