Dalí's sculptures translate some the artist’s most recognizable images into three-dimensional forms. This work, "Le cabinet anthropomorphique" (1973-82), is a bronze rendering of a reclining figure with hair cascading over a torso made of drawers, first seen in Dalí’s 1936 painting of the same name. Two of the drawers contain a miniature key and phallus that can be taken out and displayed.
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