PARIS.- The Stratton Foundation for the Cultural Arts has a cultural and educational programme which involves generously donating a copy of their important new book ,Dali in the Third Dimension to Universities, Colleges and schools arts libraries for use by their students.
This award winning book, Dali in the Third Dimension is an in-depth study of the three dimensional artworks of the great Catalan genius Salvador Dali. It presents the dreams of an art collector, Beniamino Levi who is the President of the Stratton Foundation, and it details his quest to bring these works of art to the notice of the public. By touring the Collection worldwide, Levi has done much to promote awareness of this major aspect of Dalis creative genius.
To date, over twenty five universities have partaken of this generous gift which is sure to be an important addition to any Art department library. The book, which has over 334 pages all illustrated in full colour, presents the Stratton Foundation collection, an extraordinary collection of sculptural works which has taken over forty years to assemble.
The creation of the book is a scholastic endeavour destined to enlighten readers who were previously unaware of Dalis three dimensional artworks.
Recipients of the donated book so far, include Cambridge University, The Slade School of Art, UCL London, and the British Library.
The Stratton Foundation will donate the book bearing all shipping costs to any bonafide art library. If any art library would like to benefit from receiving a copy, they are urged to contact the Stratton Foundation direct at firstname.lastname@example.org.