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In what he called "hand painted dream photographs," hard objects become inexplicably limp, time bends, and metal attracts ants like rotting flesh. The monstrous creature draped across the painting's center resembles the artist's own face in profile; its long eyelashes seem insectlike or even sexual, as does what may or may not be a tongue oozing from its nose like a fat snail. The Persistence of Memory is aptly named, for the scene is indelibly memorable. Hard objects become inexplicably limp in this bleak and infinite dreamscape, while metal attracts ants like rotting flesh. Mastering what he called "the usual paralyzing tricks of eye-fooling," Dali painted with what he called "the most imperialist fury of precision," but only, he said, "to systematize confusion and thus to help discredit completely the world of reality. Those limp watches are as soft as overripe cheese—indeed "the camembert of time," in Dali's phrase. Here time must lose all meaning.
The so called Book of Statues C, authored by the same sculptor suggests he had actually contacted with several reproductions made from classical sculpture, however, the omission in this sketch book of other known works, such as the ones reportedly acquired around by king John V, in Rome, challenges the impact this last collection might have had on his art work7.
The inventory performed to the Lisbon Fine Arts Academy in , cannot clarify this question as the accounts of plaster models are particularly vague, making it unsafe to make a straight match with works that currently exist at the Faculty of Fine Arts of University of Lisbon.
The description of the clay modeled figures was noticeably more detailed, as we came to identify amidst this cortege of baked earth figures, several statuettes related to Nativity scenes, classical mythology and Catholic liturgy.
In this same inventory we additionally come to recognize a low relief, representing the 1st Marquis de Pombal that is currently lost.
This vast collection of models would be increased with several donations what, in a certain way testifies that both the Academy and general Society, lacked interest in downloading sculpture.
An evidence of this stance can be observed at the Philanthropic Exhibition, held in , when the lack of bids over a set of terracotta models representing the statues of Faith, Counsel, Gratitude and Generosity, by Joaquim Machado de Castro, facilitated their spontaneous donation to the Fine Arts Academy in , by the same exhibitor or by a relative of his.
Although the plaster model of the equestrian statue of Joseph I was not listed amidst the belongings of the former Sculpture Class, its presence is proven by an accounting entry, dating from March In it, we would find records that testify the download of "42 cubits of green fabric to make the curtains that fall down of a dome, covering the model of the Equestrian Statue, existing at the Sculpture Class.
These models made by notable artists in small baked clay and other material, are keep with great esteem in museums or cabinet of curiosities.
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These represent the breakdown of matter into atoms, a revelation in the age of quantum mechanics. Behind the bricks, the horns receding into the distance symbolise atomic missiles, highlighting that despite cosmic order, humanity could bring about its own destruction. The dead olive tree from which the soft watch hangs has also begun to break apart. A fourth melting watch has been added.
The distorted human visage from the original painting is beginning to morph into another of the strange fish floating above it. Recognising that matter was made up of atoms which did not touch each other, he sought to replicate this in his art at the time, with items suspended and not interacting with each other, such as in The Madonna of Port Lligat. In this new work, quantum mechanics is symbolized by "digitizing" the old image.