Spanish painter Salvador Dalí was a familiar face in Monterey, California, in the 1940s. He resided for 7 years in the coastal town.
This summer, over 540 works by the famed Surrealist artist entered the Museum of Monterey, renamed Dalí17 Museum. The artist's etchings, lithographs and sculptures were donated for permanent display by Pebble Beach real estate mogul Dmitry Piterman.
The collection is on public view now.