Dali created many works in "The Divine Comedy" series. It appears that this is legitimate proof from the engraving.
- Fact 1: The Spanish, surrealist painter, Salvador Dali, lived from 1904 to 1989.
- Fact 2: Salvador Dali had a pathological fear of grasshoppers.
- Fact 3: These proofs are based on Dante's 14th century poem “The Divine Comedy”. There are over forty-seven prints in the series.
- Fact 4: An artist's proof is typically the first print from an etching, or lithograph. An artist will make a proof the progress or completion of their work.
- Fact 5: Salvador Dali once gave a lecture in 1936 wearing a deep-sea diving suit and helmet, carrying a billiard cue and leading a pair of Russian wolfhounds.