- Salvador Dalí Figueras, Girona, Spain, 1904 - 1989
- Date:1923 (circa)
- Technique:Oil on canvas
- Dimensions:69 x 59 cm
- Category: Painting
- Entry date:1990
- Register number:AS11128
- Salvador Dalí Bequest, 1990
The work is by a young Dalí who was yet to visit Paris, but who had already assimilated all the advances made by the avant-garde, thanks to his insatiable curiosity and thirst for knowledge. La Jorneta (paisaje de Cadaqués) clearly shows Dalí’s admiration for Cubism, which the artist himself claims to have learnt from Juan Gris, which certainly seems true judging by the tones and compositional synthesis that mark the painting. In his writings, Dalí stressed that at the time he was the only artist using Cubism in Madrid, and demanded that his tutors provide precise knowledge of perspective, draughtsmanship and colour.
Paloma Esteban Leal
Dalí, Salvador ( 1904-1989)Paris : Pierre Colle, 1932.
La conquête de l'irrationnel : avec 35 reproductions photographiques et un hors-texte en couleurs / Salvador Dalí.Dalí, Salvador ( 1904-1989)Paris : Éditions Surréalistes, 1935.
Dalí, Salvador ( 1904-1989)London : The Lefevre Gallery, 1951.
Dalí, Salvador ( 1904-1989)New York : Dial Press : Burton C. Hoffman, 1942.
Dalí, Salvador ( 1904-1989)Buenos Aires : Botella al Mar, 1947.