An original lithograph by surrealist Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) titled Portrait of Carmen from the Carmen suite. This portrait features a woman with black hair, pulled back behind her circular red earrings, allowing the viewer to see the entirety of her face and neck. She wears an ornate decoration in her hair and is seen wearing a dress made from splattered lines, elegantly weaving in and out of one another to build the curves of her shoulders. Signed in plate to upper right, this work is numbered in Roman numerals XLVII/CXXV, or 47/125, to lower left and signed to lower right, both in pencil. This work is mounted beneath a layer of white fabric matting with a gilt fillet, and presented behind glass in a sleek frame with gilt finish. Hanging wire present to verso. Included in the Catalogue Raisonné, “The Official Catalog of the Graphic Works of Salvador Dali” by Albert Field, catalogue field 70-1 B on page 160.