An original etching entitled "Vincent van Gogh" by Salvador Dalí, printed in 1968 on fine rag paper. Originally part of Dalí's album "Immortals of Art," the work depicts Van Gogh after he famously cut off his ear shortly before Christmas in 1888. Signed in the plate and custom-framed.
Dalí is one of the most controversial artists of the 20th century. Brilliant, innovative, grandiose and flamboyant, he is credited with the popularization of Surrealism.