Lithograph by Pablo Palazuelo (* 1927 † 2003. Madrid) titled "Sigilla"
This work belongs to the series "Emblema", created by Palazuelo in 1980.
Signed on the plate by the artist.
Published by Maeght. Printed by Arte Paris
Made of high-grammage Arches paper, with its characteristic watermark.
Includes (COA) certificate of authenticity
Dimensions: 80 x 58 cm
Edition: 3000 copies.
Condition: Excellent (this work has never been framed or exhibited, and always preserved in professional art folder, so it is kept in perfect condition).
Origin: Private collection.
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(*) Pablo Palazuelo studied architecture in Madrid and at the Royal Institute of British Architects in Oxford. From 1939 he devoted himself exclusively to painting. After briefly cultivating a neocubist style continuing the one of Picasso and Braque, he became interested in the work of sculptors such as Naum Gabo and Anton Pevsner and Paul Klee's painting, which deeply influenced him.
His early abstract drawings were based on the observation of natural structures, such as snow crystals, microscopic cell examinations or aerial photographs; the search for geometric structures and their mathematical proportions would characterise Palazuelo's work throughout his career.
In 1948 he settled in the Spanish Pavilion of the University City of Paris, where he coincided with Chillida.
His first solo exhibition took place at the Maeght Gallery in Paris in 1955. He later exhibited in major European and American museums, such as the Guggenheim in New York, the Carnegie International in Pittsburg, and the Modern Art of the Paris Village.
In 1954 he began to develop a sculptural facet that reached its peak in the 1970s. Over time, his geometry became more dynamic and flexible, and his pace became faster: the fragmentation produced on the surface generates a whole grid of straight and broken lines and a structure of crystallisations emerged.
In 1969 he returned to Spain, where he established his final study. He was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in 1982. In 2004 he received the Velázquez Prize from the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
- Pablo Palazuelo
- Titolo dell'opera
- Firmato su lastra
- Come nuovo
- Dimensioni dell’immagine
- 80×58 cm
- Dimensioni totali
- 80×58×0.1 cm
- Venduto con cornice