https://collections.mcny.org/Collection/Rug Designed by Salvador Dali-24UAKVRH8DJG.html Larger imageX2011.4.11917Michael A. VaccaroLook magazineRug Designed by Salvador DaliDate:1952Photographs of Salvador Dali sitting with a beach umbrella, towel, bag, and cane while sitting on a rug he designed featuring a coral and seashell pattern. Date of assignment April 1, 1952. Transparency frames: 9 One transparency strip missing--was checked out in September 2006 for "Willing to be Lucky" exhibition. Number of frames on missing strip is unknown--no more than 4. Update: Strip (4 frames) was found in assignment 1010-52; removed from that assignment and placed back in this one 3/26/2019.transparency (visual work)color transparencyObject Dimensions 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 inOther views:View AllFile dimensions:5244px × 5500pxAdd to lightboxKeywords:RugsSalvador Dali (1904-1989)TowelsUmbrellasview related galleriesEyes on America: Processing and Cataloging the LOOK CollectionRestrictions:These images are for reference purposes only and have not been digitized in high resolution as part of the Museum’s digital project. For more information, please visit the Eyes on America: Processing and Cataloging the LOOK Collection webpage.