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A fabulous modernist serigraph by this avant garde spanish Artist. This Work has no border. Measurements are 26 1/2" x 21 3/4". It is in very good vintage condition with very slight damage to the edges in a couple of places, that won't show once framed.

Josep Maria Garcia-Llort, linked to Cercle Maillol and the salons in October, was born in Barcelona in 1921.
The Cercle Maillol was created in 1946 at the French Institute of Barcelona .
It organized major conferences, receptions, art lectures, discussion Tuesday night, exhibitions and facilitated by the French government grants for young artists to study in Paris. Josep Garcia Llort was the beneficiary of such a grant and able to settle in Paris in the early 50's. There he met Tapies who also had received a similar grant. The Cercle Maillol played an important role in the dissemination of avant-garde art and the training of young artists at a time when Spain was under Franco's dictatorship. He also had a studio in New York.
In 1960 he returned permanently to Barcelona, where he began to exhibit regularly in several galleries and illustrated the first edition of Da nuces pueris, Gabriel Ferrater.
Throughout his career he had shows in cities like New Orleans, New York, Paris, Porto Alegre, Madrid and Bilbao. His last solo show took place in 2000 in Barcelona.
He died on August 19, 2003 in Barcelona.

Josep Maria Garcia Llort " La Paloma" serigraph, fities, signed and numbered, large.


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Heavy paper, oil based colors
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 22 reviews
  • Favorited by: 23 people