Tag Archive for Dali

Thief Steals Dali Piece, Then Mails It Back

Yesterday I wrote about the massive Swedish book theft. Today we have someone else with sticky fingers, but this time it was a piece by Salvador Dali that was stolen. On Tuesday, June 19, [a] defiant thief, posing as a customer, lifted a $150,000 Salvador Dalí watercolor-and-ink painting right off the gallery wall and blithely walked out with it poking out… Read more →

Where’s Waldo? Found In Famous Art!

I’ve searched for Waldo here. I’ve hunted for him there. I’ve pursued him on fantastic journeys and everywhere else his heart lead him. But it never occurred to me to look for him in Salvador Dali’s The Persistence of Memory, Johaness Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring, Andy Warhol’s The Marilyn Prints, or Frida Khalo’s The Little Deer. Although I’m pretty… Read more →