Eduardo Oliva Monumental Mixed Media Painting "Señora Arlequin Concada El Hilo"
Eduardo Oliva (Spanish, born 1952)
Señora arlequin concada el hilo, 1986
Acrylic painting with water solution and stenciled pastel on canvas
Signed to lower right and verso
Titled, dated located and inscribed “252” to verso
Eduardo Oliva is a contemporary Spanish artist, whose work ranges in a variety of sizes, from small-scale illustrations, to easel paintings, monumental mixed media canvases and even murals. Exhibiting very graphic and humorous themes, many of his compositions often feature abstracted figures, animals, and interior scenes executed with Cubist and Surrealist elements. When viewing Oliva’s work, some may recall the Cubist compositions of Juan Gris, Pablo Picasso, Fernand Leger, and Jean Metzinger, evident in his use of angular and biomorphic shapes, vibrant colors, and stark delineations.
Among Oliva’s first major art projects was a series of murals that he painted for the African Sahara. Since then, he has continued to gain success throughout in his career, exhibiting at a number of galleries, such as the Galeria Matisse (Barcelona); the Palacio de Cristal (Madrid); the Taller de Picasso (Barcelona); and the Galeria Elektica (Miami), to name a few.
Some examples of his work include illustrations for covers of Vogue magazine, biomorphic creatures oddly set in the foreground of a palace interior, and toy harlequin figures executed in a monumental scale.
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- minor staining throughout the composition; brush hair dried in paint to face of figure; minor wear, abrasions and staining to frame; minor wear, staining and foxing to verso.
- measures frame; sight measures 42.0" W x 66.25" H.