Vicente Gandia

Vicente Gandia - Clam Shell Engraving Edition 23 of 85, 19th century





Small clam shell engraving with green and pink tones. Signed by the artist in the bottom right corner. Print edition 23 of 85. Framed in a small gold frame with an off white matte.

Artist Biography

Vicente Gandía (1935 – 2009) was a Mexican artist of Spanish origin who is best known for his depictions of nature and buildings. He originally trained to be an architect but abandoned this in favor of art, but with his art career beginning by drawing interiors. His major break came in 1968, with international expose which led to greater demand for his work. Recognitions for his art include membership in the Salón de la Plástica Mexicana, two awards from the same institution, a homage to the artist sponsored by the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia while still alive and two others after his death, one with the Festival Internacional Cervantino.


H 4.25 in. x W 4.5 in. x D .5 in.