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"De Dia Dia 2004 33x60" by Eduardo Arranz-Bravo - Just Reduced

De Dia Dia 2004 33x60



Eduardo Arranz-Bravo

Original Painting
Oil on Canvas

Size: 31 x 58 in  |  79 x 147 cm

Framed: 33 x 60 in  |  84 x 152 cm

Hand Signed : Signed At Bottom Left
Condition: Excellent
Framed without Glass : Floating Black Frame
Purchased from : Gallery 2004
Certificate of Authenticity : Franklin Bowles Gallery, San Francisco
Eduardo Arranz-Bravo

Art Brokerage: Eduardo Arranz-Bravo Spanish Artist: b. 1941. Eduardo Arranz-Bravo is a Spanish painter, born in Barcelona, Spain in 1941. In his early figurative work and neo-figurative work after 1967, he tried to represent modern day man with his problems, fears, isolation, worries and repressions. He also participated in the 39th Venice Biennale in 1980 and he has received several awards. He has made marble, bronze and ceramic sculptures, some of which he presented in the Gaspar Exhibition Centre in Barcelona in 1983. His work L´acodillora (1985) stands on the Rambla of Hospitalet de Llobregat. He has received, among other awards, that of the Second Bienal Internacional del Deporte; the Figure award in the Biennial Estrada Saladich, and the Inglada-Guillot award for Drawing. His works are exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in Madrid (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía), in the Fine Arts Museum in Vitoria, in the São Paulo Museum and in the Seville Museum. Listings wanted.

  • Original Painting
    Oil on Canvas