Offset poster promoting an exhibition on surrealism in Catalonia, held in Barcelona (at the Dau al Set Gallery) in 1975. Salvador Riera, the owner of the gallery, owned a large art collection, ranging from "modernisme" to precisely the works of the Dau al Set avant-garde group.
Lithograph poster advertising an art exposition featuring portraits and autoportraits, held in Barcelona in 1907-1908. The image chosen for this poster is a detail of Velázquez's world-famous painting “Las Meninas”, in which Velázquez portrays himself working at a large canvas.
Lithograph poster advertising an International Furniture Exhibition held in Barcelona in 1923, by Ricard Canals, a Catalan artist strongly influenced by French impressionism
The Virgin of Montserrat (in Catalan: Mare de Déu de Montserrat), popularly known as La Moreneta, is the patron saint of Catalonia and one of the nine Patrons of the Autonomous Communities of Spain. The image is venerated in the Monastery of Montserrat, symbol for Catalonia and a point of pilgrimage for believers and a must for tourists.
The first feature film by Pere Portabella was ascribed to the most risky experimentalism, vaguely following the principles of the so-called "school of Barcelona". It intends to interrelate the cinema with the avant-garde of the other arts, and in this sense the collaboration of characters such as the poet Brossa, the composer Mestres Quadreny and plastic...
Joan Miró was a painter, sculptor, engraver and ceramist. And also one of the pioneers of what was called surrealism, specifically its most "childish" and automatic.For Joan Miró the subconscious was a huge playground, or a toy very similar to those he had in his childhood.
Numbered edition (artist's proof 23/30) original lithograph engraving, signed by the author.
Numbered edition (artist's proof 27/30) original lithograph engraving, signed by the author.
One of the well-known "multitudes" of this world-famous artist, devoted to the 1992 Summer Olympic Games. Numbered edition (artist's proof 2) original lithograph engraving, signed by the author.
Original lithograph engraving by one of the most representative artists of Spanish postmodernism. Numbered edition (artist's proof 2/10), signed by the author.
Cappiello was deeply involved in the planning for the Paris World's Fair of 1937. As vice-president of the Publicity Department of the Fair, he designed the decor for the Pavilion of Advertising, as well as this poster, in which the Fair's main themes (Art and Technology) are represented with allegorical figures that bear the light of wisdom and progress....