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  • "Untitled Lithograph"

    Jose Palmeiro Martinez

    Limited Edition Print
    Lithograph

    Size: 16.5 x 22 in  |  42 x 56 cm

    Framed: 30 x 23.5 in  |  76 x 60 cm

    Edition: From the edition of 275

     
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    LISTING INFO
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    ARTIST BIO
    Hand Signed : Lower Left in Pencil
    Condition: Excellent
    Framed with Plexiglass : Molded Black With Brushed Gold Trim Wood
    Purchased from : Private Collector 2001
    Provenance : Purchased from a Private Collector in Apache Junction, AZ.
    Certificate of Authenticity : The Societe de Verification de la Nouvelle Grav
    Jose Palmeiro Martinez

    Art Brokerage: Jose Palmeiro Martinez Spanish Artist: At age eighteen, found work in the workshops of the newspaper "The Sun" and began publishing his first drawings. Later he traveled to Barcelona, and spent some time in the city. Encouraged by his friends and decided to follow his ambitions, he traveled to Paris in 1925, settling in the attic of an old house, near the Sacre Coeur. He met a few days after arriving, the Spanish painter Celso Lagar, and through him, the whole group of the Spanish School of Paris. From the outset made great friends with Lagar, Gines Parra and Oscar Dominguez. His painting covers the figure, the still life, floral themes and landscapes, and it should be included as part of postcubism, highlighting the strength of his drawing and vivid color, which sometimes reaches the border of fauvism without ever losing the concept of elegance and delicacy. Listings wanted.