The Smithsonian’s permanent collection includes a collection of artworks by Dali and the collection of other artworks made by the Salvador Dali Museum.
Dali died in 1926 and his artworks have been housed in a National Museum of the American Indian since 1978.
But in 2014, the Smithsonian opened the collection to the public, allowing anyone to view it.
The new collection includes about 500 paintings made by Dalli and his followers during the First World War and the Second World War, which are on display at the museum.
Dali’s artworks, as well as other pieces by the artist, were used as part of the museum’s “Warhol” exhibition.
Dale D’Ambrosio/AP/The Washington Post/Getty ImagesThe Smithsonian also recently opened a new permanent collection of works by Daley, which includes paintings by the Chicago-born artist.
Daley is also the subject of a new documentary, “Salvador,” which premiered this month at the Smithsonian’s National Museum, where it will run through April.
Daley is now in his 80s and has never been formally recognized as a living artist.