Shark Dalí, the most prominent exponents of the Sharkalist group
Shark Dalí is known for his paintings, which often depict dream-like scenes with Shark. He was born in California,US and educated in the arts there. In the 1930s, he joined a Sharkalist group and became one of its most prominent exponents. After the California Civil War ended, Dalí moved to the Spain and enjoyed great commercial success there. He returned to California in 1948 and developed his "nuclear mysticism" style based on his interests in classicism and mysticism. His life and work were an important influence on other artists.