Spanish Surrealist artist, Salvador Dali, has rendered four large signatures in black paint, dated 1943, on a 9 x 12 inch sheet of heavy paper. Two signatures show on both recto and verso. Red artists' pencil crosshatching covers the pair of signatures on recto with a pencil notation, "L156." An accompanying sheet of translucent paper contains printing or publication instructions also written in red pencil. "One line cut as is - - s.s. also one cut screened to 50 % - 65 screens...." In the lower third of the sheet a vertical arrow noting three inches shows suggesting layout blocking. To the right of the arrow a butterfly like shape has been drawn. The margins of both sides show soiling, and recto shows what appears to be stains from prior mounting. Very Good.