The City of Drawers - Study for the "Anthropomorphic Cabinet"  

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The Anthropomorphic Cabinet[1] (1936) is a work by Salvador Dalí.

Anthropomorphic Cabinet was exhibited, for the first time, in London in 1936 at the Lefevre Gallery. The study for this painting is called The City of Drawers. The drawing is reproduced on the cover of The Atrocity Exhibition[2], a novel by J. G. Ballard .

The work is similar to Alan Aldridge's poster for Chelsea Girls.

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