From what is known as the Dalí triangle, the castle of Púbol is the most austere and is linked to the last creative stage of the artist. It is the place Dalí offered to his dame, as a tribute. A place of isolation, evocative of the past, with a proustian atmosphere, in a search for a lost world, and subjective projection. This guide on the Gala Dalí Castle-Museum in Púbol completes the trilogy written by Antoni Pitxot and Montse Aguer, with photographs by Jordi Puig, which started with the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres and the Salvador Dalí House-Museum in Portlligat, dealing with the spaces where this outstanding artist from the Empordà lived most of his daily life.
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