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Park West Gallery Launches Dali, Rembrandt, and Picasso Websites
Salvador Dali aficionados and collectors alike will enjoy visiting the site and learning more about the master, his life and his work.
SOUTHFIELD, MI.- Park West Gallery recently launched three website featuring the Park West Salvador Dali Collection of artwork, Rembrandt etchings and Picasso graphic works. This collection is one of the most thoroughly documented and authenticated collections of Dali artwork in existence and the other two websites feature the works that make up the Park West Rembrandt and Picasso Collections.

Site visitors can learn about Salvador Dali’s Biblia Sacra, Divine Comedy and Albaretto Editions - sought-after collections of works created by the Surrealist master. Collectors of Park West Dali artwork can visit the site at to gain a better understanding of the history behind the works they have acquired.

“There is a rich history behind these works,” said Morris Shapiro, Gallery Director for Park West. “This information allows past, present and future collectors to understand the lineage of these works. This type of historical information greatly enhances the experience of fine art collecting.”

Salvador Dali aficionados and collectors alike will enjoy visiting the site and learning more about the master, his life and his work. Through this new website, Park West Gallery has made Dali’s fine artwork viewable worldwide and continues its mission of bringing fine art to people everywhere.

The Rembrandt website, found at, features extensive information on the Millennium Edition, a limited edition of posthumous impressions printed by master printer Marjorie Van Dyke. The site also features many other Rembrandt works available through the Park West Collection. In addition, information can be found on the provenance of Rembrandt’s copper plates, the etching process, a timeline of Rembrandt’s life and work, and the market for Rembrandt etchings.

The Picasso website, found at, features extensive information on the 347 Series, 347 works that were created over a seven month period and became the last hand-signed etchings and engravings Picasso ever produced, and the Suite Vollard, 100 Picasso etchings, aquatints and drypoints that are regarded as some of Picasso’s greatest graphic achievements. Park West Gallery holds the world’s largest collection of works from the 347 Series and one of the largest collections of Suite Vollard etchings.

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