Alvar Sunol Munoz-Ramos

Modern Red and Blue Toned Abstract Embossed Lithograph of Two Figures 20th Century

$900

Material

Lithograph

About

Red and blue toned lithograph by Spanish artist Àlvar Suñol Munoz-Ramos depicting two abstracted figures, a hand, and various geometric shapes. Editioned 54/60 and signed by the artist at the bottom of the print. Framed in silver and gold steel frame.

Artist Biography

Àlvar Suñol Munoz-Ramos, also known as Alvar (born January 29, 1935), is a Spanish painter, sculptor, and lithographer. He is one of the few remaining living Modernist artists. Alvar works in watercolor, oil, ceramics, engravings, sculpture, lithography, graphite drawings, murals and monuments. His works have been on display in over 40 museums (exhibitions and permanent collections) and over 95 galleries and museums throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. Museam shows include: 2009 Persistències: Exposicio de Dibuixos, Museo de Dibujo Julio Gabin, Castillo de Larrés, Huesca, Spain; 2008 Inauguració de l'Escultura, "A Pau Casals" al career Pau Casals, Boulogne-Villencourt, Paris, France; 2007 Alvar Suñol: Retrospectiva 1954-2008, Museu de Badalona, Barcelona, Spain; 2007 The Georgia Centet, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA 2007 Alvar: Contemporary Renaissance, A Retrospective, Albany Museum of Art, Albany, Georgia, USA; 2007 Alvar Suñol: A Retrospective, Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, Florida, USA; 2003 Realizació de l'escultura "Mediterrània" situada a la Plaça de les Mallorquines, Montgat, Montgat, Spain; 2001 Alvar: Huellas en el tiempo, A Retrospective, Instituto Cervantes, Toulouse & Bordeaux, France; 2001 Lithographs by Alvar, Retrospective, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia, USA; 2000 Alvar: Empremptes en el temps, Abadia de Sant Miquel del Fai, Barcelona, Spain; 1999 Heullas en el Timpo, Retrospective, Sala Moneo, Ayuntamiento de Logroño; 1999 Heullas en el Timpo, Retrospective, Centro Cultural Ibercaja, Guadalajara; 1997 Empremptes en el temps, Retrospective, Castell de Benedormiens, Castell d'Aro, Girona, Spain; 1983 Wichita Museum of Art, Wichita, Kansas, USA; 1982 Utah Museum of Fine Art, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; 1978 Musée Hyacinthe Rigaud, Perpinyà, Spain.

Dimensions With Frame

H 36 in. x W 28 in. x D 1 in.

Dimensions Without Frame

H 32 in. x W 24 in.