Chromotype by Eduardo Chillida (*) titled "collage"
Signed on the plate by the artist.
Published by Maeght. Printed by Arte Paris
Made in Premium high grammage paper.
The technique of printing of chromotypes, used in the reproduction of images in colour, is based on the superposition of original matrixes divided into the three basic colours (red, yellow and blue) plus black.
Dimensions: 48 x 68 cm
Condition: Excellent (this work has never been framed or exposed, and always preserved in professional art folder, so it is kept in perfect condition).
Origin: Private collection.
The work will be carefully manipulated and packaged in a reinforced flat cardboard package. Registered shipping with tracking number.
The shipment will also include transport insurance for the final value of the work, with full refund in case of loss or damage, at no cost to the buyer.
(*) Eduardo Chillida was born in San Sebastián (Guipúzcoa), in 1924. In 1947 he made his first pieces. For two years (1948-1950) he resided in France where he held his first exhibition. On his return to the Basque Country, he settled in Hernani where he made his first work made of iron, "Ilarik" (1951), material with which he would work for ten years. Around 1960 he returned to the great granite sculptures. His first exhibition was presented in Madrid, in 1954; jobs and successes quickly followed. He was one of the 30 creators who used fragments of the Berlin wall as canvas. Since 1996 he has been an advisory artistic commissioner for the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum. One of the highest representatives of the contemporary Spanish scene with Tàpies, Miró, Oteiza, Saura, Palazuelo, Millares among others. The dream of having an open-air museum was fulfilled. He died in his hometown in 2002.
- Eduardo Chillida (after)
- Title of artwork
- Plate signed
- As new
- Image size
- 48×68 cm
- Sold with frame