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"Untitled Painting 1982 31x24" by Fernando Llort - Reduced
Untitled Painting 1982 31x24 Original Painting by Fernando Llort
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Fernando Llort

"Untitled Painting 1982 31x24"

1982
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Hand Signed : Lower Right
Condition : Excellent
Framed without Glass : Green Frame
Purchased from : Artist 1988
Provenance / History : El Salvador
Story / Additional Info : Fernando's art is heavily influenced by the Mayan culture, and he mixes modern ideas with a naive style of drawing. He utilises mixed techniques and materials, from paintings to wood, ceramic, and lately even glass.He often works on plastic surfaces, scraping and making lines incisions, assemblage and finishes with colors. It is completed through a process of layering and glazing

This one is a plastic surface with incisions in it and paint. Assemblage, and the finish of the color Was completed through a process of layering and glazing.



Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 111167
Fernando Llort - El Salvador

Art Brokerage: Fernando Llort Choussy El Salvadoran Artist: b. 1949-2018. He (born April 7, 1949 in San Salvador, El Salvador) is a Salvadoran artist, called "El Salvador's National Artist" by the Foundation for Self-Sufficiency in Central America. He is known for teaching and inspiring the small town of La Palma, Chalatenango, how to make a living through art. He is the middle child of six (four brothers and a sister) and displayed an artistic inclination since an early age. His teachers would pick him to draw maps during geography lessons. After graduating from high-school he obtained an architecture degree from the University of El Salvador. A thirst for new experiences led him to further his studies in France in 1968. After France, he studied theology in Lovaina, Belgium. Religious symbols are present throughout his art. One can almost always see a church, a dove or an eye that sees everything. He founded a cultural house called "El Arbol de Dios" (God's Tree) where he displays and sells his art. His work also can be seen decorating the exterior walls of that city's Metropolitan Cathedral. Sadly, the artist passed away on August 10, 2018. Listings wanted.

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