Did Salvador Dali, the mustachioed master of Surrealism, paint anything good during the last five decades of his life? Until recently, the art establishment had an easy answer: No.
During the artist's lifetime, museums revered his 1930s paintings of limp clocks slithering in sandy wastelands, but only a devoted few ever paid any attention to his postwar works exploring religious devotion, atomic energy and DNA.
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