Spanish woman shows no daughter of excavated painter Dalí
A Spanish woman who claimed to be the daughter of Salvador Dalí, turns out after a DNA test does not have to be family of the in the 1989 death of the painter.
That informs the foundation that the legacy of Dalí manages.
After the woman through the court a paternity test had enforced, was the mortal remains of the Spanish artist unearthed. The judge agreed to this, because no other documents or DNA traces a definite answer could be given about a possible family connection.
The 61-year-old woman, María Pilar Abel, fighting since 2007 for the recognition of the paternity of the legendary artist. According to the wife has her mother in the past, an affair with Dalí had, and they were born.
Now it turns out she is not the daughter of Dalí. If they had been, they would have a claim on a part of his estate. The painter showed that after the Spanish State.
Judicial doctors names in July samples from the body for examination to a laboratory in Madrid will be sent. According to the mayor of Figueres was the body of Dalí in good condition and well preserved.
According to secretary Peñuelas was the striking, upright moustache of the artist is still completely intact.
The born in 1904 painter, died at age 85 in his hometown of Figueres. He married in 1934, Gala Dalí, but the couple never had children.