Tuna Fishing, Salvador Dalí Wall Art
Painted in 1966, Dalí was quoted explaining about this painting that he was trying to represent the notion of a finite rather than infinite universe, underscoring the idea "that all the cosmos and all the universe converge in one point, which, in the present case, is the Tuna-Fishing. This accounts for the terrifying energy in this picture! Because all these fish, all those tuna, all the human beings in the act of killing them, personify the limited universe."
A great image for framing behind glass, or block mounting on canvas to create a focal point and conversation piece in any art lover's home.