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20th Century Spanish Pop Artist best known for paintings, sculptures, abstraction, illustration, and graphic design. Original signed acrylic painting on canvas. Canvas: 47.5"x 35.5" Frame: 48"x 36". Signed and dated lower left and verso--see photos. PROVENANCE-Galeria Kreisler Dos, Madrid, and Jack Palance Collection 2006, labels verso--see photos.Looks very good, in original "As Found" untouched condition, minor surface grime, minor craquelure, minor frame wear-- please look at photos carefully. Fantastic original acrylic painting by.
This image depicts a sensual pair of long legs wearing yellow boots in a vibrant airbrushed atmosphere. This is a fine example of Urculo's work, large in size and with a nice provenance. We regularly feature newly acquired artwork, from antique and vintage to contemporary and modern. Select the "See other items" tab on our page.Painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began painting as a child, without having any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper. Shortly after he moved to Madrid, and began taking classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. During these years he earned a living as an illustrator and set designer, and cultivated a painting marked by social expressionism. In 1959 he went to Paris, and there he extended his training at the Academia de la Grande Chaumière. In the French capital, he worked as a graphic designer and me Eduardo Westerdahl, whose influence led his painting to evolve into abstraction.
In 1967 he made a trip to northern Europe, and it was then that he came into contact with American pop-art for the first time. Since then, Úrculo's work was marked by a realism based on a very vivid color and, well into the seventies, by erotic, satirical and critical themes. In the eighties he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects.
In this last period, he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveler facing the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic in awe of the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions that he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Engrabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000).Currently Úrculo's work is present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the National Library of Madrid, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Bogotá, the collections AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco, the Castillo de Larrés Drawing Museum, the Vilafamés Contemporary Art Museum and others and Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving of Marbella, 2000. 100% Guaranteed to be as described. We ask for your patience and assure you we are acting as quickly as we can. All lots are accompanied by a name and/or description and lot number for reference. An approximation can be provided beforehand if requested.
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