Dalí, ‘Hidden Faces’, 1952


Hidden Faces has been in only one private collection before being bought for fractionalization and is entirely new to the market, which generally positively affects the price. At the time, Dalí made it to the cover of the only novel he ever wrote, Rostros Ocultos (Hidden Faces), which in his home country, Spain, was censored: thirty pages of eroticism did not make it to print. They only saw the light in France, England, and the United States.

One of the most important figures of Surrealism, the unique style of Spanish artist Salvador Dalí is almost synonymous with the art movement he shaped so much. Although one of the most recognizable artists of our times, the Dalí market remains more accessible when compared with other top-level artists. In the last two decades, the total turnover of all artworks sold at auction by the artist surpassed USD 400 million, of which a fourth was paid for works on paper, a remarkable percentage compared to other high-ranking artists.

Artemundi and Splint Invest have partnered to offer European investors fractional ownership of this artwork starting at 50€. Investments can be made in Splint Invest’s app, where we kindly ask you to consult all the details about this opportunity.

Date of issuance: November 30, 2023, at 6 PM CEST
Investment Available Starting at 50€
Issuer: Spectrum Utilis with Artemundi as advisor
Custodian: Splint Invest
Investment Horizon: 2 – 4 years
Expected Return (2 – 4 years): 9% – 15%
Average Price Increase in Comparable Sales, Inflation Adjusted: 74%
Secondary Trade: Splint Invest’s app
Exit fee: 2%

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Salvador Dalí, Hidden Faces, 1952