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Painter, Illustrator, Sculptor, b. 1933 -

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              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate issued by the artist.
                Jun. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate issued by the artist.

                Est: €700 - €750

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Measurements: 38 x 46 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he would alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate issued by the artist.
                Jun. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate issued by the artist.

                Est: €800 - €850

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Measurements: 65 x 54 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he would alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "The cult of flowers", 2010. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by the artist.
                Jun. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "The cult of flowers", 2010. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by the artist.

                Est: €800 - €900

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "The cult of flowers", 2010. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by the artist. Measurements: 46 x 65 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he would alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Mixed media on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
                Jun. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Mixed media on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

                Est: €800 - €900

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Mixed media on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 61 x 50 cm. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo is passionate about drawing, and with only ten years old he makes, with colored pencils, his first copy of Rubens. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. His family emigrated to Buenos Aires the year the painter was born, but he returned to Europe in 1955. He tries to go to Paris, but due to lack of economic resources he settles in Spain. After passing through Vigo, he settles in Madrid in 1955, where he soon comes into contact with the art critic José María Moreno Galván, who admires his work and introduces him to Madrid's artistic circles. In 1958 he begins to sell his drawings at the Biosca gallery, and the painter Antonio Saura himself buys several of them. The following year he exhibits his works on paper and watercolors at the Altamira gallery in Madrid. Little by little he will gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which will finally be his main means of expression, although he will alternate it with painting. In 1960 he is selected for the Biennial of São Paulo in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas (2006). He currently lives and works in Soho, New York. Jorge Castillo's work can be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the San Francisco and Vitoria Museums of Modern Art, the Kunsthalle in Bremen, the Albertina in Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim in New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Midnight sun". Mixed media on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled in the stretcher frame.
                Jun. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Midnight sun". Mixed media on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled in the stretcher frame.

                Est: €1,000 - €1,200

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Midnight sun". Mixed media on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled in the stretcher frame. Measurements: 65 x 100 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which eventually became his main means of expression, although he alternated it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Düsseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum show dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the Darmstadt International Drawing and Painting Prize, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Little Red Riding Hood". 1986. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.
                Jun. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Little Red Riding Hood". 1986. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.

                Est: €5,000 - €6,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Little Red Riding Hood". 1986. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Measurements: 122 x 153 cm; 128 x 159 cm (frame). In this oil painting, Jorge Castillo widely deploys his plastic skills to overlap in a single image several interpretative palimpsests or reading keys. In this inversion of the fable, the girl has empowered herself and tamed the ferocious wolf. Turned into a faithful dog, Little Red Riding Hood holds him on a leash while she grows wolfish ears. The scene is integrated into an enigmatic composition in which different levels of reality coexist. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and since 2008 he has lived in Ibiza. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, besides dedicating his time to painting and writing. During these years he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years, between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, would change the course of his life. During these years he would gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There, his works surprised and received praiseworthy reviews, and during these years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennial, when the doors of Paris finally opened for him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, and there he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, since Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he went to Boissano, in Italy. In this country he became immersed in classical Italian art, especially from the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career, and later in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by then a recognized painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. During these years he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992. There he was hired by the prestigious Marlborough Gallery, and his successes continued. Throughout his career, Castillo was awarded prizes such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), etc.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). “Europe, return from darkness”, 2022. Acrylic on canvas glued to board. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed, dated and located on the back.
                Jun. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). “Europe, return from darkness”, 2022. Acrylic on canvas glued to board. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed, dated and located on the back.

                Est: €4,000 - €5,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Europe, Return from the Darkness", 2022. Acrylic on canvas glued to board. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed, dated and located on the back. Measurements: 162 x 130 cm. Castillo's still lifes are images impregnated with fantasy and a sense of decoration that stems from Matisse. His painting is constructed with forms that unfold in space with effects of great plastic originality. Branches, leaves, birds and fruit levitate or perch on a table or act as a support to keep it in balance against the background of the painting. Jorge Castillo has had a passion for drawing since he was a child, and at the age of ten he made his first copy of Rubens with coloured pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and has lived in Ibiza since 2008. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, as well as dedicating his time to painting and writing. Around this time he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, changed the course of his life. During these years he gradually turned to the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There his works surprised and won praise from critics, and during those years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennale, that the doors of Paris finally opened to him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, where he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, as Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he moved to Boissano in Italy. There he immersed himself in classical Italian art, especially that of the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition devoted to a specific period of his career, and subsequently in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by which time he had become a recognised painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. Around this time he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992. There he was hired by the prestigious Marlborough gallery, and continued to enjoy successive successes. Throughout his career, Castillo won prizes such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), etc.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The white bed", 2001-2005. Mixed media on canvas glued to board. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Dated and titled on the stretcher frame.
                Jun. 11, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The white bed", 2001-2005. Mixed media on canvas glued to board. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Dated and titled on the stretcher frame.

                Est: €3,000 - €4,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The white bed", 2001-2005. Mixed media on canvas glued to board. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Dated and titled on the stretcher frame. Measurements: 114 x 163 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which eventually became his main means of expression, although he alternated it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Düsseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum show dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the Darmstadt International Drawing and Painting Prize, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled, 1972. Acrylic on canvas. Certificate of authenticity issued by the artist can be issued at the buyer's expense. Signed in the lower left corner.
                May. 23, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled, 1972. Acrylic on canvas. Certificate of authenticity issued by the artist can be issued at the buyer's expense. Signed in the lower left corner.

                Est: €1,000 - €1,200

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled, 1972. Acrylic on canvas. Certificate of authenticity issued by the artist can be issued at the buyer's expense. Signed in the lower left corner. Signed, dated and marked "Berlin" on the back. Measurements: 97 x 66 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he would alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others. A certificate of authenticity issued by the artist can be issued at the buyer's expense.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "The tree", 1994. Acrylic on canvas. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by the artist. Signed, dated, titled and located on the back.
                May. 23, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "The tree", 1994. Acrylic on canvas. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by the artist. Signed, dated, titled and located on the back.

                Est: €1,200 - €1,500

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "The tree", 1994. Acrylic on canvas. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by the artist. Signed, dated, titled and located on the back. Measurements: 116 x 89 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he would alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others. Certificate of authenticity issued by the artist is attached.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO Pontevedra (1933) "Couple"
                May. 22, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO Pontevedra (1933) "Couple"

                Est: €5,250 - €7,000

                Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner Measurements: 162.5 x 130 cm

                Ansorena
              • JORGE CASTILLO - Nueva York
                May. 21, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO - Nueva York

                Est: -

                JORGE CASTILLO Pontevedra 1933 Nueva York Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado Medidas 162 x 130 cm

                Subastas Segre
              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY - Carpeta compuesta por nueve grabados El Circo. Volumen I
                May. 15, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY - Carpeta compuesta por nueve grabados El Circo. Volumen I

                Est: €500 -

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY - Carpeta compuesta por nueve grabados El Circo. Volumen I 51x40 cm

                Arte Subastas Bilbao
              • JORGE CASTILLO GRAPHIS
                May. 14, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO GRAPHIS

                Est: €90 - €180

                CASTILLO, JORGE (b. 1933 Pontevedra/Spain), aquatint etching: untitled, depiction with influences by Horst Antes and Marino Marini, signed "Castillo" and dated "71" (1971) lower left. The Spanish painter and graphic artist, who is considered an important representative of Surrealism and Art Informel, lives and works in Barcelona, New York City and Berlin. Framed behind glass, overall dimensions with frame 49 x 66.5 cm (worked unframed).CASTILLO, JORGE (geb. 1933 Pontevedra/Spanien), Aquatintaradierung: ohne Titel, Darstellung mit Einflüssen von Horst Antes und Marino Marini, unten links signiert "Castillo" und datiert "71" (1971). Der spanische Maler und Grafiker, der als wichtiger Vertreter des Surrealismus und des Informel gilt, lebt und arbeitet in Barcelona, New York City und Berlin. Hinter Glas gerahmt, Gesamtmaße mit Rahmen 49 x 66,5 cm (unausgerahmt bearbeitet).

                Auktionshaus Rheine
              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Still the night", 2012 Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Dated and titled on the back.
                May. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Still the night", 2012 Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Dated and titled on the back.

                Est: €800 - €900

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Still the night", 2012 Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Dated and titled on the back. Measurements: 65 x 54 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which eventually became his main means of expression, although he alternated it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Düsseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum show dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the Darmstadt International Drawing and Painting Prize, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
                May. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

                Est: €800 - €900

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 65 x 54 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which eventually became his main means of expression, although he alternated it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Düsseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum show dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the Darmstadt International Drawing and Painting Prize, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Vogels, 1970, Berlin era. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left area. With label on the back of the Levy Gallery.
                May. 13, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Vogels, 1970, Berlin era. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left area. With label on the back of the Levy Gallery.

                Est: €7,000 - €7,500

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Vogels", 1970, Berlin period. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left area. With label on the back of the Levy Gallery. Measures: 150 x 150 cm. It is a painting of the Levy Gallery. This is one of Jorge Castillo's most interesting works, as it was made during the process of transition from Berlin to New York, being his first work in which the New York skyscrapers that he would later reproduce in his works appear. It is one of the most interesting works by Jorge Castillo, due to the fact that it was made during the process of transition from Berlin to New York. Ever since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has had a passion for drawing, and at the age of ten he made his first copy of Rubens with coloured pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. His family emigrated to Buenos Aires the year the painter was born, but he returned to Europe in 1955. He tried to go to Paris, but due to lack of financial resources he settled in Spain. After passing through Vigo he settled in Madrid in 1955, where he soon came into contact with the art critic José María Moreno Galván, who admired his work and introduced him to Madrid's artistic circles. In 1958 he began to sell his drawings at the Biosca gallery, and the painter Antonio Saura himself bought several of them. The following year he exhibited his works on paper and watercolours at the Altamira gallery in Madrid. Little by little he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he alternated it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Düsseldorf and Geneva. He took part in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition devoted to a specific period of his career. He won prizes such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the Ciudad de Pontevedra (1994), and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas (2006). He currently lives and works in Soho, New York. Works by Jorge Castillo can be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the San Francisco and Vitoria Museums of Modern Art, the Kunsthalle in Bremen, the Albertina in Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim in New York, among others.

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              • Castillo, Jorge - Etching - Handsigned
                May. 11, 2024

                Castillo, Jorge - Etching - Handsigned

                Est: €200 - €300

                Hand-Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

                Art Atelier
              • FR JORGE CASTILLO (1933 PONTEVEDRA)
                May. 05, 2024

                FR JORGE CASTILLO (1933 PONTEVEDRA)

                Est: -

                FR JORGE CASTILLO (1933 Pontevedra) Tuschezeichnung mit Weißhöhung auf Bütten, "Hockende Figur mit Vögeln und Muschel" (1977), unten links in Tinte signiert "Castillo", datiert "9-8-77" und bezeichnet "A.A.", ca. 50,5x65,5cm (montiert), gerahmt (79x93cm)

                Auktionshaus Rotherbaum OHG
              • Jorge Castillo (1933 Pontevedra – lebt in Barcelona)
                May. 04, 2024

                Jorge Castillo (1933 Pontevedra – lebt in Barcelona)

                Est: €800 - €1,200

                Nach Ingres. 1973. Neun Original-(Farb)radierungen mit Texten von Jorge Castillo. In Original-Leinenkassette. Jeweils am unteren Blattrand signiert, datiert und nummeriert: Castillo, 73, 6/60. Blattmaß jeweils: 76 x 53 cm. Maße Kasette: 79,5 x 57,5 x 3,5 cm.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
                Apr. 23, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

                Est: €800 - €1,000

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 73 x 50 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he would alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "For the love of Dulcinea", 2005. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated, titled and located (Madrid) on the back.
                Apr. 23, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "For the love of Dulcinea", 2005. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated, titled and located (Madrid) on the back.

                Est: €800 - €1,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "For the love of Dulcinea", 2005. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated, titled and located (Madrid) on the back. Measurements: 65 x 54 cm; 70 x 59 cm (frame). Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he would alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Mixed media (acrylics and resins) on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
                Apr. 23, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Mixed media (acrylics and resins) on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

                Est: €3,000 - €3,500

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Mixed media (acrylics and resins) on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 148 x 97 cm. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo was passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and since 2008 he has lived in Ibiza. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, besides dedicating his time to painting and writing. During these years he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years, between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, would change the course of his life. During these years he would gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There, his works surprised and received praiseworthy reviews, and during these years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennial, when the doors of Paris finally opened for him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, and there he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, since Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he went to Boissano, in Italy. In this country he became immersed in classical Italian art, especially from the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career, and later in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by then a recognized painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. During these years he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "One more afternoon in the strait", 2014. Acrylic on canvas. Work reproduced in; VV.AA., "Jorge Castillo in Sweden". Jorge Castillo Foundation, 2015. p. 20. Signed in the upper right corner.
                Apr. 23, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "One more afternoon in the strait", 2014. Acrylic on canvas. Work reproduced in; VV.AA., "Jorge Castillo in Sweden". Jorge Castillo Foundation, 2015. p. 20. Signed in the upper right corner.

                Est: €3,000 - €4,000

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). "One more afternoon in the strait", 2014. Acrylic on canvas. Work reproduced in; VV.AA., "Jorge Castillo in Sweden". Jorge Castillo Foundation, 2015. p. 20. Signed in the upper right corner. Measurements: 100 x 150 cm; 104 x 154 cm (frame). This work is part of a series of 105 paintings made by Jorge Castillo during 2013. The series is inspired by the landscape of the small Swedish town of Helsingborg, where the artist was invited by the MDA Gallery, which held an exhibition on the painter at the end of 2012. This series has a great relevance in the artist's career since it focuses all his attention on the landscape as a motif of creation, although it is true that he had previously portrayed the urban landscape of New York, a city that inspired much of his work, but never from a perspective where the natural invades the scene becoming the only protagonist. In the book Jorge Castillo in Sweden, it is described how the author "Castillo, with more than sixty years dedicated to art, seems to have decided to take the path of natural simplicity and we can see it in this use of only three or four colors to which he submits his painting craft (Yola Quiros)". Castillo introduces us to the cold, to the stillness of an austere climate in a dreamlike way that is situated on the limits of reality. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and since 2008 he has lived in Ibiza. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, besides dedicating his time to painting and writing. During these years he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years, between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, would change the course of his life. During these years he would gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There, his works surprised and received praiseworthy reviews, and during these years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennial, when the doors of Paris finally opened for him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, and there he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, since Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he went to Boissano, in Italy. In this country he became immersed in classical Italian art, especially from the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career, and later in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by then a recognized painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. During these years he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992. Work reproduced in; VV.AA., "Jorge Castillo in Sweden". Jorge Castillo Foundation, 2015. p. 20.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO "PERAS Y BUHO" ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
                Apr. 14, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO "PERAS Y BUHO" ACRYLIC ON CANVAS

                Est: -

                Jorge José Castillo Casalderrey (1933-2020) "Peras y Buho" (Pears and Owl) Acrylic on Canvas. Signed and dated lower right, titled and dated on reverse. Born in the Spanish province of Galicia in 1933, Castillo is a painter, graphic artist and sculptor. A year after his birth, Castillo and his family immigrated to Buenos Aries in Argentina where he spent his childhood and youth. From 1960 onwards he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Düsseldorf and Geneva. He won prizes such as the International Drawing and Painting Prizes in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the San Francisco and Vitoria Museums of Modern Art, the Kunsthalle in Bremen, the Albertina in Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim in New York, among others. Artist: Jorge Castillo Title: "Peras y Buho" Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Circa/Year: 1984 Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 70" x 60" Image Keywords: Surrealism, modern, contemporary; Ref: BD1043

                Bradford's
              • Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) Konstanzer Stillleben, 1972, Farbradierung.
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) Konstanzer Stillleben, 1972, Farbradierung.

                Est: €120 - €200

                Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) Konstanzer Stillleben, 1972, Farbradierung. Phantastische Darstellung des bunten Stadttreibens von Mensch und Tier. In Blau- und Brauntönen gehalten. Exemplar 19/120. Unten rechts signiert und datiert. Platte 48,5 x 44,5 cm. Blatt 77 x 54 cm. Castillo, Jorge (born 1933) Constance Still Life, 1972, colour etching. Phantastic depiction of the colourful hustle and bustle of people and animals in the city. In shades of blue and brown. Copy 19/120. signed and dated lower right. Plate 48.5 x 44.5 cm. Sheet 77 x 54 cm.

                Auktionshaus Karrenbauer
              • Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) "Federico Poeta"/Die Welt des Garcia Lorca, 1972, Radierung.
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) "Federico Poeta"/Die Welt des Garcia Lorca, 1972, Radierung.

                Est: €140 - €200

                Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) "Federico Poeta"/Die Welt des Garcia Lorca, 1972, Radierung. Portrait des berühmten spanischen Lyrikers und Dramatikers Federico del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús García Lorca, Blick in die Maske des Theaters, Kostüm bereits angezogen wartet er auf den Einsatz. Exemplar 27/50. Unten rechts signiert und datiert. Platte 50 x 40 cm. Blatt 77 x 56,5 cm. Castillo, Jorge (born 1933) "Federico Poeta"/The World of Garcia Lorca, 1972, etching. Portrait of the famous Spanish lyricist and playwright Federico del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús García Lorca, looking into the mask of the theatre, costume already on, waiting to be put on. Exemplar 27/50. signed and dated lower right. Plate 50 x 40 cm. Sheet 77 x 56.5 cm.

                Auktionshaus Karrenbauer
              • Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) Im Tierpark, 1971, Farbradierung.
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) Im Tierpark, 1971, Farbradierung.

                Est: €140 - €200

                Castillo, Jorge (geboren 1933) Im Tierpark, 1971, Farbradierung. Collagenähnliche Darstellung von Mensch und Tier, im Hintergrund Landschaftsausblick. Radierung in Brauntönen. Aus der Propyläen-Mappe "Nach dem Surrealismus". Exemplar 9/80. Unten rechts signiert und datiert. Platte 49 x 39 cm. Blatt 65 x 50 cm. Castillo, Jorge (born 1933) In the zoo, 1971, colour etching. Collage-like depiction of man and animal, landscape view in the background. Etching in brown tones. From the Propyläen portfolio "Nach dem Surrealismus". Copy 9/80. Signed and dated lower right. Plate 49 x 39 cm. Sheet 65 x 50 cm.

                Auktionshaus Karrenbauer
              • JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Acrylic and wax on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner.
                Apr. 11, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Acrylic and wax on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner.

                Est: €1,000 - €1,200

                JORGE CASTILLO (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Acrylic and wax on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 65 x 81 cm. Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1957. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he began to opt for the technique of engraving, which would finally become his main means of expression, although he would alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO Pontevedra (1933) "P against P in homage to Rafael Alberti", 1966
                Apr. 09, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO Pontevedra (1933) "P against P in homage to Rafael Alberti", 1966

                Est: €900 - €1,200

                Mixed technique on paper Titled, signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 69 x 98 cm

                Ansorena
              • JORGE CASTILLO
                Mar. 26, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO

                Est: €4,000 - €5,000

                Jorge Castillo (Pontevedra, 1933) Bodegón en gris y naranja. Óleo sobre tabla. Firmado. 130 x 162 cm.

                Aletheia Subastas
              • ESTARTÚS. JAUME MESTRES ESTARTÚS
                Mar. 26, 2024

                ESTARTÚS. JAUME MESTRES ESTARTÚS

                Est: €3,500 - €4,500

                Estartús. Jaume Mestres Estartús (Barcelona, 1949) Retablo del ojo de Dios. Óleo sobre madera. Firmado, titulado y fechado en 2010 al dorso. Bibliografía. Reproducido en el libro: "Estartús. Retablos del siglo XXI". Pág.: 11. Edita Víctor i Fills Gallery. Barcelona, 2011. 197 x 150 cm.    

                Aletheia Subastas
              • CASTILLO JORGE
                Mar. 23, 2024

                CASTILLO JORGE

                Est: €200 - €300

                Figures

                Campo & Campo
              • Castillo, Jorge - Etching - Handsigned
                Mar. 23, 2024

                Castillo, Jorge - Etching - Handsigned

                Est: €200 - €300

                Hand-Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

                Art Atelier
              • JORGE CASTILLO - Fork on a table
                Mar. 19, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO - Fork on a table

                Est: -

                JORGE CASTILLO Pontevedra 1933 Fork on a table. 1991 Acrylic on canvas Signed Back on frame dated New York 1991 Measurements 152 x 177 cm PROVENANCE (label on the back) Marlborough Gallery, New York Private collection

                Subastas Segre
              • JORGE CASTILLO - Untitled
                Mar. 19, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO - Untitled

                Est: -

                JORGE CASTILLO Pontevedra 1933 Untitled. 1980 Watercolor on paper Signed and dated 12-22-80 in New York Measurements 30 x 22.5 cm

                Subastas Segre
              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled, 1966. Watercolor and ink on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled, 1966. Watercolor and ink on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.

                Est: €1,000 - €1,200

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled, 1966. Watercolor and ink on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Measurements: 35 x 50 cm; 55 x 70 cm (frame). Son of Spanish emigrants in Argentina, Jorge Castillo returns to Spain in 1955. He is introduced in the artistic circles of Madrid, and in 1958 he begins to sell his drawings in the gallery Biosca. Little by little, he will opt for the technique of engraving, which will finally be his main means of expression, although he will alternate it with painting. In 1960 he was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing and Painting of Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas. He is represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the Museums of Modern Art of San Francisco and Vitoria, the Kunsthalle of Bremen, the Albertina of Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim of New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The androgynous of the golden age", 1985. Mixed media on canvas. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. Titled and dated on the back. Attached certificate issued by the artist.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The androgynous of the golden age", 1985. Mixed media on canvas. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. Titled and dated on the back. Attached certificate issued by the artist.

                Est: €800 - €1,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The androgynous of the golden age", 1985. Mixed media on canvas. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. Titled and dated on the back. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Measurements: 65 x 54 cm. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. His family emigrated to Buenos Aires the year the painter was born, but he returned to Europe in 1955. He tries to go to Paris, but due to lack of economic resources he settles in Spain. After passing through Vigo, he settles in Madrid in 1955, where he soon comes into contact with the art critic José María Moreno Galván, who admires his work and introduces him to Madrid's artistic circles. In 1958 he begins to sell his drawings at the Biosca gallery, and the painter Antonio Saura himself buys several of them. The following year he exhibits his works on paper and watercolors at the Altamira gallery in Madrid. Little by little he will gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which will finally be his main means of expression, although he will alternate it with painting. In 1960 he is selected for the Biennial of São Paulo in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas (2006). He currently lives and works in Soho, New York. Jorge Castillo's work can be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the San Francisco and Vitoria Museums of Modern Art, the Kunsthalle in Bremen, the Albertina in Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim in New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "With his son", Ibiza, 1991. Mixed media and acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated, located and titled on the back. Attached certificate issued by the artist.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "With his son", Ibiza, 1991. Mixed media and acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated, located and titled on the back. Attached certificate issued by the artist.

                Est: €5,000 - €6,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "With his son", Ibiza, 1991. Mixed media and acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated, located and titled on the back. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Measurements: 81 x 100 cm; 87 x 104 cm (frame). Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo was passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. His family emigrated to Buenos Aires the year the painter was born, but he returned to Europe in 1955. He tries to go to Paris, but due to lack of economic resources he settles in Spain. After passing through Vigo, he settles in Madrid in 1955, where he soon comes into contact with the art critic José María Moreno Galván, who admires his work and introduces him to Madrid's artistic circles. In 1958 he begins to sell his drawings at the Biosca gallery, and the painter Antonio Saura himself buys several of them. The following year he exhibits his works on paper and watercolors at the Altamira gallery in Madrid. Little by little he will gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which will finally be his main means of expression, although he will alternate it with painting. In 1960 he is selected for the Biennial of São Paulo in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas (2006). He currently lives and works in Soho, New York. Jorge Castillo's work can be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the San Francisco and Vitoria Museums of Modern Art, the Kunsthalle in Bremen, the Albertina in Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim in New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). “Europe, return from darkness”, 2022. Acrylic on canvas glued to board. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed, dated and located on the back.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). “Europe, return from darkness”, 2022. Acrylic on canvas glued to board. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed, dated and located on the back.

                Est: €4,000 - €6,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Europe, Return from the Darkness", 2022. Acrylic on canvas glued to board. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed, dated and located on the back. Measurements: 162 x 130 cm. Castillo's still lifes are images impregnated with fantasy and a sense of decoration that stems from Matisse. His painting is constructed with forms that unfold in space with effects of great plastic originality. Branches, leaves, birds and fruit levitate or perch on a table or act as a support to keep it in balance against the background of the painting. Jorge Castillo has had a passion for drawing since he was a child, and at the age of ten he made his first copy of Rubens with coloured pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and has lived in Ibiza since 2008. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, as well as dedicating his time to painting and writing. Around this time he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, changed the course of his life. During these years he gradually turned to the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There his works surprised and won praise from critics, and during those years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennale, that the doors of Paris finally opened to him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, where he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, as Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he moved to Boissano in Italy. There he immersed himself in classical Italian art, especially that of the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition devoted to a specific period of his career, and subsequently in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by which time he had become a recognised painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. Around this time he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992. There he was hired by the prestigious Marlborough gallery, and continued to enjoy successive successes. Throughout his career, Castillo won prizes such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), etc.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The deep night", 2013. Oil on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the author. Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The deep night", 2013. Oil on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the author. Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back.

                Est: €4,000 - €5,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "La noche honda", 2013. Oil on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the author. Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back. Measures: 146 x 97 cm; 149,5 x 100 cm (frame). In this work Castillo approaches a nocturnal view from a figurative perspective, moving away from his usual fluid forms and focusing on a truthful representation. However, the way in which he composes the sky with light brushstrokes of a lighter tone that break with the rotundity of the dark blue, shows a certain symbolist sense. As a child, Jorge Castillo was passionate about drawing, and at the age of ten he made his first copy of Rubens with coloured pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and has lived in Ibiza since 2008. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, as well as dedicating his time to painting and writing. Around this time he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, changed the course of his life. During these years he gradually turned to the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There his works surprised and won praise from critics, and during those years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennale, that the doors of Paris finally opened to him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, where he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, as Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he moved to Boissano in Italy. There he immersed himself in classical Italian art, especially that of the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition devoted to a specific period of his career, and subsequently in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by which time he had become a recognised painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. Around this time he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992. There he was hired by the prestigious Marlborough gallery, and continued to enjoy successive successes. Throughout his career, Castillo won prizes such as the International Drawing Prize (1964) and the International Painting Prize (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), etc. .

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "My eighth floor studio in New York", 1993. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled, signed and located on the back.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "My eighth floor studio in New York", 1993. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled, signed and located on the back.

                Est: €4,000 - €5,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "My eighth floor studio in New York", 1993. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled, signed and located on the back. Measurements: 162 x 114 cm. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and since 2008 he has lived in Ibiza. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, besides dedicating his time to painting and writing. During these years he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years, between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, would change the course of his life. During these years he would gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There, his works surprised and received praiseworthy reviews, and during these years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennial, when the doors of Paris finally opened for him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, and there he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, since Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he went to Boissano, in Italy. In this country he became immersed in classical Italian art, especially from the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career, and later in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by then a recognized painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. During these years he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). “Portrait of a lady.” nineteen ninety six. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). “Portrait of a lady.” nineteen ninety six. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.

                Est: €3,500 - €4,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Portrait of a lady". 1996. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Measures: 100 x 80 cm; 117 x 98 cm (frame). Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with coloured pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and has lived in Ibiza since 2008. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, as well as dedicating his time to painting and writing. Around this time he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, changed the course of his life. During these years he gradually turned to the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There his works surprised and won praise from critics, and during those years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennale, that the doors of Paris finally opened to him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, where he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, as Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he moved to Boissano in Italy. There he immersed himself in classical Italian art, especially that of the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition devoted to a specific period of his career, and subsequently in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by which time he had become a recognised painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. Around this time he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992. There he was hired by the prestigious Marlborough gallery, and continued to enjoy successive successes. Throughout his career, Castillo won prizes such as the International Drawing Prize (1964) and the International Painting Prize (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), etc. .

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The complicated boy", 1993. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated and titled on the back.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The complicated boy", 1993. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated and titled on the back.

                Est: €3,000 - €4,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "The complicated boy", 1993. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated and titled on the back. Measurements: 130 x 97 cm. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and since 2008 he has lived in Ibiza. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, besides dedicating his time to painting and writing. During these years he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years, between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, would change the course of his life. During these years he would gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There, his works surprised and received praiseworthy reviews, and during these years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennial, when the doors of Paris finally opened for him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, and there he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, since Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he went to Boissano, in Italy. In this country he became immersed in classical Italian art, especially from the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career, and later in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by then a recognized painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. During these years he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Kärnan (Helsingborg)", 2013. Acrylic on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Work reproduced in; VV.AA., "Jorge Castillo in Sweden". Jorge Castillo Foundation,
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Kärnan (Helsingborg)", 2013. Acrylic on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Work reproduced in; VV.AA., "Jorge Castillo in Sweden". Jorge Castillo Foundation,

                Est: €2,000 - €2,500

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Kärnan (Helsingborg)", 2013. Acrylic on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Work reproduced in; VV.AA., "Jorge Castillo in Sweden". Jorge Castillo Foundation, 2015, p.22. Signed in the lower left corner. Size: 130 x 89 cm. This work is part of a series of 105 paintings made by Jorge Castillo during 2013. The series is inspired by the landscape of the small Swedish town of Helsingborg, where the artist was invited by the MDA Gallery, which held an exhibition on the painter at the end of 2012. This series is of great importance in the artist's career as it focuses all his attention on the landscape as a motif of creation, although it is true that he had previously portrayed the urban landscape of New York, the city that inspired much of his work, but never from a perspective where the natural invades the scene and becomes the sole protagonist. In the book Jorge Castillo in Sweden, it is described how the author "Castillo, with more than sixty years dedicated to art, seems to have decided to take the path of natural simplicity and we can see it in this use of only three or four colours to which he subjects his painting craft (Yola Quiros)". Castillo introduces us to the cold, to the stillness of an austere climate in a dreamlike way that is situated on the limits of reality. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and at the age of ten he made his first copy of Rubens with coloured pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and has lived in Ibiza since 2008. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, as well as dedicating his time to painting and writing. Around this time he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, changed the course of his life. During these years he gradually turned to the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There his works surprised and won praise from critics, and during those years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennale, that the doors of Paris finally opened to him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, and there he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, as Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he moved to Boissano in Italy. There he immersed himself in classical Italian art, especially that of the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition devoted to a specific period of his career, and subsequently in numerous Berlin galleries.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). No title. Oil on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed in the lower right corner.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). No title. Oil on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed in the lower right corner.

                Est: €3,000 - €4,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Attached certificate issued by the artist. Signed in the lower right corner. Measures: 160 x 100 cm. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old he made his first copy of Rubens with coloured pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. He has lived in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the United States, and has lived in Ibiza since 2008. He grew up in Buenos Aires, where he spent long hours at the port, as well as dedicating his time to painting and writing. Around this time he began to show his paintings, even exhibiting at the Salón de Mayo. He also published poems and short stories in magazines. However, at the age of twenty-two he decided to leave his city and go to Paris. However, for economic reasons he settled in Spain, specifically in Madrid, where he spent six years between 1957 and 1963, the first three of them living as a vagabond. However, his contact with Viola and Jorge Cela, who were impressed by his drawings, changed the course of his life. During these years he gradually turned to the technique of engraving, which from then on would be one of his main means of expression. He then began to emerge as an artist, to sell his first works and to establish some important contacts, protected by Luis González Robles, who in 1960 took him to the São Paulo Biennial. There his works surprised and won praise from critics, and during those years he also exhibited in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as in San Francisco, Lisbon, Pittsburgh and Tokyo. And it was in 1964, the year of his participation in the Venice Biennale, that the doors of Paris finally opened to him, thanks to the contract he signed with the art dealer André Schoeller. He settled in the French capital for almost four years, until 1967, where he regularly visited the Louvre Museum and continued to hold increasingly successful exhibitions. In 1967 Castillo left Paris and moved to Geneva, as Schoeller had sold his contract to the Swiss Jan Krugier, then one of the most important gallery owners in Europe. However, he did not like the city, so he moved to Boissano in Italy. There he immersed himself in classical Italian art, especially that of the Trecento and Quattrocento, and in 1969 he was invited by the German government to work in Berlin, where he lived until 1975. In 1970 he exhibited at the Nationalgalerie in the German capital, the first major museum exhibition devoted to a specific period of his career, and subsequently in numerous Berlin galleries. When he left Berlin Castillo moved to Barcelona, by which time he had become a recognised painter in Europe and America. There he exhibited regularly at the Joan Prats gallery, and met Salvador Dalí. Around this time he began to visit New York and finally settled there in 1981, remaining in the city until 1992. There he was hired by the prestigious Marlborough gallery, and continued to enjoy successive successes. Throughout his career, Castillo won prizes such as the International Drawing Prize (1964) and the International Painting Prize (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), etc. .

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. New York, 1982. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower corner.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. New York, 1982. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower corner.

                Est: €2,000 - €3,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). Untitled. New York, 1982. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower corner. Measurements: 58 x 79 cm; 93 x 122 cm (frame). Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. His family emigrated to Buenos Aires the year the painter was born, but he returned to Europe in 1955. He tries to go to Paris, but due to lack of economic resources he settles in Spain. After passing through Vigo, he settles in Madrid in 1955, where he soon comes into contact with the art critic José María Moreno Galván, who admires his work and introduces him to Madrid's artistic circles. In 1958 he begins to sell his drawings at the Biosca gallery, and the painter Antonio Saura himself buys several of them. The following year he exhibits his works on paper and watercolors at the Altamira gallery in Madrid. Little by little he will gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which will finally be his main means of expression, although he will alternate it with painting. In 1960 he is selected for the Biennial of São Paulo in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he held a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas (2006). He currently lives and works in Soho, New York. Jorge Castillo's work can be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the San Francisco and Vitoria Museums of Modern Art, the Kunsthalle in Bremen, the Albertina in Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim in New York, among others.

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              • JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Hammer head and fruit on a table". Acrylic on canvas. With label on the back of the Marlborough Gallery.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Hammer head and fruit on a table". Acrylic on canvas. With label on the back of the Marlborough Gallery.

                Est: €6,000 - €8,000

                JORGE CASTILLO CASALDERREY (Pontevedra, 1933). "Hammer head and fruit on a table". Acrylic on canvas. With label on the back of the Marlborough Gallery. Measurements: 97 x 130 cm; 103 x 135 cm (frame). In the work we show here appears a completely decontextualized and ambiguous still life, where fruits and objects are dispersed and connected in a cryptic way. Since he was a child, Jorge Castillo has been passionate about drawing, and when he was only ten years old, he made his first copy of Rubens with colored pencils. According to Castillo, Rubens' painting taught him to understand the cubism of Braque and Picasso. His family emigrated to Buenos Aires the year the painter was born, but he returned to Europe in 1955. He tries to go to Paris, but due to lack of economic resources he settles in Spain. After passing through Vigo he settles in Madrid in 1955, where he soon comes into contact with the art critic José María Moreno Galván, who admires his work and introduces him to Madrid's artistic circles. In 1958 he begins to sell his drawings at the Biosca gallery, and the painter Antonio Saura himself buys several of them. The following year he exhibits his works on paper and watercolors at the Altamira gallery in Madrid. Little by little he will gradually opt for the technique of engraving, which will finally be his main means of expression, although he will alternate it with painting. In 1960 he is selected for the Biennial of São Paulo in Brazil. From then on he exhibited his work internationally, in galleries and museums in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, Lisbon, Turin, Hanover, Dusseldorf and Geneva. He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1964 and 1976, and in 1970 he had a solo exhibition at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the first major museum exhibition dedicated to a specific period of his career. He won awards such as the International Drawing (1964) and Painting (1975) in Darmstadt, the City of Pontevedra (1994), and the Cultura Viva de las Artes Plásticas (2006). He currently lives and works in Soho, New York. Jorge Castillo's work can be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne, the Juan March Foundation, the National Galleries of Edinburgh and Berlin, the San Francisco and Vitoria Museums of Modern Art, the Kunsthalle in Bremen, the Albertina in Vienna, the National Library of Spain and the Guggenheim in New York, among others.

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