Some of Philippe Halsman's best-known photographs are of the surrealist artist Salvador Dalí, whom he first met in 1941. Halsman had a longstanding appreciation for Surrealism, and in the late 1940s he began to collaborate with Dalí, commencing a creative partnership that would continue intermittently for more than three decades. The Halsman/Dali portfolio showcases ten of Halsman's photographs made between 1948 and 1964, including the famous image Dali Atomicus (1948). In this photograph, Halsman captures Dalí in mid-air along with two of his paintings, a bucket of water, and three flailing cats. Dalí Atomicus was published as a two-page spread in LIFE. Other portraits from the portfolio were published in the book Dali's Mustache (1954), which comprises thirty-six pictures of the artist and his unmistakable mustache.