150 euro - Salvador Dalí
On the obverse, an image of Salvador Dalí’s painting, The Temptation of St. Anthony, which is kept at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, Brussels (Belgium). The image is surrounded by a border in the form of ants in procession. On the reverse, to the left, a portrait of Salvador Dalí by photographer Melitó Casals. In the background of both the portrait and the legends, there is a detail from the painting The Temptation of St. Anthony. The devices and legends are surrounded by a border in the form of ants in procession. The Temptation of St. Anthony is a surrealist painting produced by artist Salvador Dalí in 1946. This oil on canvas is kept at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, Brussels (Belgium). With this painting, Dalí took part, for the first and only time, in a competition to create a work of art with the temptation of St. Anthony as the theme. The winning painting would appear in the film based on the novel Bel-Ami by Guy de Maupassant. The winner of the competition was Max Ernst.