Dali was both a science epicurean and an artist. He held a specific interest with the twofold helix, which showed up in a significant number of his works of art, for example, this artistic creation - Landscape with Butterflies. Although the unimportant nearness of DNA in Dali's artworks doesn't hold some more profound importance, there was a sensible explanation that the helixes were remembered for this painting; Contrary to mainstream surrealism, the canvas can be coherently deciphered.
As indicated by Dali and the Double Helix, composed by Elena Guardiola and Joseph E. Banos of the Nature Publishing Company, Dali was keen on everything from quantum material science to the twofold helix. In the wake of understanding Watson and Crick's 1953 article in Nature Magazine in regards to DNA, Dali expressed, "it is the genuine verification of the presence of God." Because Dali related DNA strands with God, the watcher can expect that his expansion of the helix to the in any case dull scene recommends the nearness of God and creation in the ordinary world. As indicated by Guardiola and Banos, the DNA structure symbolizes life from God, the men firing firearms symbolize passing, and God symbolizes life, the three phases that Dali accepted to be a piece of the human procedure. Dali utilized multifaceted imagery to speak to his plans to the peruser in a reasonable style.