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PRODUCT Nº:

Arroyo1

TECHNIQUE:

Lithography

MEASURED STAIN:

23 x 32 cms

MEASURE PAPER:

23 x 32 cms.

EDITION:

301/500

Signed and numbered by hand

TechniqueLithography
Shipping 3 to 10 days
Availabilityonly existing limited amount

Arroyo Eduardo Rodriguez was born in Madrid in 1937 is a Spanish painter of figurative style linked to pop art. Key to the new Spanish figuration, Arroyo gained national prominence in the late art circuit, from the 80s, after a distance of two decades forced by the Franco regime. Currently, his works hang in the most famous Spanish museums and creativity extends to theater designs and illustrated editions.

In 1963 exhibits in the Third Biennial of Paris, part of the group L'Abbatoir. His opposition to the Franco regime is manifested in this sample and the one made in the same year, in the Biosca gallery of Madrid it would be closed shortly after its opening. Two years later, in Paris he participates in the exhibition 25 years of peace as opposed to the twenty-fifth anniversary of Franco. During those years, some of their concerns is the controversy between the political commitment and avant-garde art. Born the series Live and Let Die or the tragic end of Marcel Duchamp (1965) and remade Miró (1966). His work is integrated fully into the Pop movement of American connotations and narrative nuances with a rich iconographic vocabulary that allows you to satirize and criticize the culture, politics and society of his time.

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