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Salvador Dali was a Spanish Surrealist artist who is best known for his paintings. Dali was a master of the art of painting, and his work often features dreamlike images and scenes. His paintings are often described as “surreal” and Dali himself has said that his work is “an attempt to reach the sources of being.” Dali’s paintings are characterized by their use of unexpected juxtapositions and bizarre images.


Hozier is an Irish singer-songwriter from Bray, County Wicklow. He first gained attention with his 2013 single “Take Me to Church”, which has been certified quadruple platinum in the US. His self-titled debut album was released in 2014 and reached number one in Ireland and the UK. Hozier’s music has been described as a mix of rock, blues, and folk. And he has been compared to artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, and Van Morrison. 


Hozier has said that he is influenced by a wide range of artists, including Nina Simone, Patti Smith, and Mavis Staples. Salvador Dali’s art is often described as dreamlike, and his surrealist paintings can certainly evoke a feeling of otherworldly wonder. It’s not hard to see how Dali’s unique style might have influenced Hozier, whose music often has a mystical quality to it. Dali’s art often deals with themes of love, death, and the subconscious mind, which are also common themes in Hozier’s songs. 


In both Dali’s art and Hozier’s music, there is a sense of yearning for something just out of reach, which can be both tantalizing and frustrating. Ultimately, both Dali and Hozier offer up a glimpse into a world that is both familiar and strange, and their work continues to inspire and intrigue people to this day. 


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