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Eduardo Arroyo

Sans-titre, 1959

Fine Art Drawings : ink 27 x 17.5 cm

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Original drawing in black ink signed by the artist lower right, dated and countersigned on the back. This drawing is reproduced in Fabienne di Rocco's work "Eduardo Arroyo et le Paradis des mouches", page 21, published in June 2017 by Editions Galilée.
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Les artistes témoins • Maxeville, France

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27 x 17.5 cm
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Eduardo Arroyo

Eduardo Arroyo

Spain • Born in: 1937

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Born in Madrid, in 1937, he leaves Franco?s Spain and moves to Paris in 1958.

His work has some militant and violently critical stages, but also some funny or more tender stages.

Themes such as the role of the painter in society and the situation of the exiled intellectual generated some narratively rich artworks of his.

Spain?s return to democracy made him leave aside the revolutionary and accusatory side of his paintings and brought about an evolution in his questioning of the role of painting.

He rediscovers Spain, falls in love with the country again and becomes sensitive to the Spanish clichés; in Madrid-Paris-Madrid, the cities that marked his life, he represents a decor of an arena in red and yellow.

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