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Painter, Sculptor, b. 1929 - d. 1991

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "1164"
          Jan. 23, 2024

          LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "1164"

          Est: €16,500 - €22,000

          "1164", 1978 Oil on canvas Signed, dated and titled on the back. With label from the Luis Burgos Gallery, Madrid and seal from the Regards Gallery, France Measurements: 114 x 146 cm

          Ansorena
        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). “1343-BAS”, 1985. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and titled on the back.
          Jan. 10, 2024

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). “1343-BAS”, 1985. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and titled on the back.

          Est: €9,000 - €10,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "1343- BAS", 1985. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and titled on the back. Measurements: 61 x 61 cm; 91 x 91 cm (frame). In 1985 Feito was named Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France, a recognition that reaffirmed his career at an international level. However, the eighties was not a period of stagnation in his painting, but quite the opposite, as this work exemplifies. He left Paris and moved to New York and Montreal, leaving behind the European aesthetic tradition and embarking on a new path. During this period he introduced new concepts such as the use of gilding and the dialogue between the frame and the canvas, which finally led to the exercise of geometry from a reflective perspective far removed from his previous gesturalism. Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first solo exhibition of non-figurative works at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours as a counterpoint in his compositions. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy, etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "Untitled", 1999
          Dec. 19, 2023

          LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "Untitled", 1999

          Est: €2,400 - €3,200

          Chinese ink on paper Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Signed in the lower right corner. Provenance: - Personal collection of the artist; Madrid, private collection. Bibliography and exhibitions: - "FEITO. Work 1952-2002", exhibition catalogue, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, p. 350. Measurements: 45.5 x 63 cm

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Marbella II. 2015 Etching and aquatint on paper
          Dec. 12, 2023

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Marbella II. 2015 Etching and aquatint on paper

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Marbella II. 2015 Etching and aquatint on paper Signed in pencil State Proof Measurements 80.5 x 65.5 cm Rafael Rodríguez de Rivera print, Madrid 2015 BIBLIOGRAPHY Oscar Muñoz, Javier Blas and Luis Zueco, "Luis Feito. Graphic Work 2002-2018", Goya-Fuendetodos Cultural Consortium & Zaragoza Provincial Council 2018

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Guilin II (TAOS). 2003 Screen print on paper with dr
          Dec. 12, 2023

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Guilin II (TAOS). 2003 Screen print on paper with dr

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Guilin II (TAOS). 2003 Screen print on paper with dry atelier seal Signed in pencil PT (workshop proof) 6/7 Measurements 140 x 90 cm Atelier print Fuera de Serie, Madrid 2003 br> BIBLIOGRAPHY Oscar Muñoz, Javier Blas and Luis Zueco, "Luis Feito. Graphic Work 2002-2018", Goya-Fuendetodos Cultural Consortium & Zaragoza Provincial Council 2018, cat. 1.2. Page 40

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled. No. 623. 1968 Oil on canvas Back sign
          Dec. 12, 2023

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled. No. 623. 1968 Oil on canvas Back sign

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled. No. 623. 1968 Oil on canvas Back signed, titled and dated 1968 Measurements 66 x 109 cm ORIGIN Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo Galleria Martano, Turin br> Private collection EXHIBITIONS 1968 (November), "Luis Feito", Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo 1968, XXXV Venice Biennale (Spanish Pavilion), Venice

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.

          Est: €1,600 - €2,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner. Size: 29 x 39 cm. 42 x 52 cm. (frame). Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the group El Paso. In 1954 he had his first individual exhibition, with works of a non-figurative tendency. His awards include his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums around the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy and the Albright Art Gallery in Buffalo.

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        • Luis FEITO (1929-2021)
          Nov. 29, 2023

          Luis FEITO (1929-2021)

          Est: €8,000 - €12,000

          Luis FEITO (1929-2021) 825, 1971 Huile sur toile Trace de signature en bas à droite Contresignée, titrée et datée au dos Oil on canvas; signature trace lower right; signed, titled and dated on the reverse 114 X 146 CM • 44 7/8 X 57 1/2 IN.

          Tajan
        • Luis Feito. 258-B
          Nov. 22, 2023

          Luis Feito. 258-B

          Est: -

          Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado, titulado y fechado (61) al dorso. Procedencia: - Colección partícular. Agradecemos a D. Antonio Cátedra, su ayuda en la catalogación y confirmación de de autentinticidad de la obra.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Luis Feito Lopez (Spanish, b.1929 ) Untitled
          Nov. 20, 2023

          Luis Feito Lopez (Spanish, b.1929 ) Untitled

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          watercolour on paper, signed l.l.c. 'Feito'

          Shapiro Auctioneers
        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). “Composition 812”, 1970. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Signed, dated and titled on the back.
          Nov. 14, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). “Composition 812”, 1970. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Signed, dated and titled on the back.

          Est: €20,000 - €25,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "Composición 812", 1970. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Signed, dated and titled on the back. Size: 130 x 162 cm. This work is the result of the artist's experimentation with texture, volume and the material reaction of the manipulation of pigment. The piece is conceived by Feíto in a theatrical way based on a play of textures around a central nucleus. The circle, from which a painting emerges that is defined by a material balance. This resource, completely conceived and provoked by Feito, was used by the artist on numerous occasions during the 1970s, as can be seen in other works by the artist with craquelure, such as Untitled from 1971, Panting 918 painted in 1972 or Bas from 1974. Another of the singular characteristics of this period is the finish of the circle, whose thickness in texture increases on the outer perimeter, in such a way that the inner zone seems to have been compressed in such a way that the pigment overflows at the limits, making the circle the epicentre and protagonist of the scene, as it transports the two-dimensionality of the work towards the three-dimensional, and flows through the material that expands its limits in an energetic and expressive way. The work, in which two broad planes of colour, yellow and black, compete in expressiveness and intensity, ends by suggesting to the viewer an organic volume, dominated by red. This form, located in the lower part of the composition, stands out for its gestural character, achieved in turn by the impasto of the brushstroke and the mixture of oil with sand. Thus demonstrating that this is a work that heralds the beginning of a new stage, in which Feito began to reduce all the elements of the composition to the essential, without paying attention to anything that could be understood as superfluous, although it retains the materiality of previous periods. Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first solo exhibition of non-figurative works at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours as a counterpoint in his compositions. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world.

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). “1343-BAS”, 1985. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and titled on the back.
          Nov. 14, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). “1343-BAS”, 1985. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and titled on the back.

          Est: €9,000 - €10,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "1343- BAS", 1985. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and titled on the back. Measurements: 61 x 61 cm; 91 x 91 cm (frame). In 1985 Feito was named Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France, a recognition that reaffirmed his career at an international level. However, the eighties was not a period of stagnation in his painting, but quite the opposite, as this work exemplifies. He left Paris and moved to New York and Montreal, leaving behind the European aesthetic tradition and embarking on a new path. During this period he introduced new concepts such as the use of gilding and the dialogue between the frame and the canvas, which finally led to the exercise of geometry from a reflective perspective far removed from his previous gesturalism. Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first solo exhibition of non-figurative works at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours as a counterpoint in his compositions. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy, etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "1164", 1978
          Nov. 06, 2023

          LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "1164", 1978

          Est: €22,500 - €30,000

          Oil on canvas Signed, dated and titled on the back. With label from the Luis Burgos Gallery, Madrid and seal from the Regards Gallery, France Measurements: 114 x 146 cm

          Ansorena
        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). No title. Silkscreen on paper. Issue 74/120. Signed and numbered in pencil.
          Nov. 06, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). No title. Silkscreen on paper. Issue 74/120. Signed and numbered in pencil.

          Est: €600 - €700

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Silkscreen on paper. Copy 74/120. Signed and numbered in pencil. Measurements: 68,5 x 85 cm. Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first individual exhibition, with non-figurative works, at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red as a counterpoint in his compositions (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy, etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "Cold Scratch." Silkscreen on canvas, copy 48/75. Signed and justified by hand.
          Nov. 06, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "Cold Scratch." Silkscreen on canvas, copy 48/75. Signed and justified by hand.

          Est: €1,500 - €1,800

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "Cold Scratch." Silkscreen on canvas, copy 48/75. Signed and justified by hand. Measurements: 99 x 88 cm. Born and educated in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first individual exhibition, with work of a non-figurative tendency, at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From this moment Feito will exhibit regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo or Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he abandoned teaching and went to Paris with a scholarship, in order to study current avant-garde movements. In this period he received the influences of automatism and material painting. In 1962 he joined as a founding member of the group El Paso, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were part of figurative painting, and then he went through a phase in which he experimented with cubism, and finally delved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ocher and white colors, but upon discovering the potential of light he began to use more vivid colors and smooth planes. He evolved to use red as a counterpoint in his compositions (since 1962) and, in general, more intense colors. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito shows a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle as a geometric shape predominating in his compositions. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large black bands. Most of his works lack titles, so they are usually recognized by the numbering assigned to them. Among his awards stands out his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he received the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was named Full Member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. of San Fernando. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most relevant artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of the Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the National Mint and Stamp Factory, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize of Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most prominent museums around the world, among which we will point out the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, Lissone in Italy etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "Guadarrama II". 2004. Monotype on canvas, E/U copy. Signed and justified by hand.
          Nov. 06, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "Guadarrama II". 2004. Monotype on canvas, E/U copy. Signed and justified by hand.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "Guadarrama II". 2004. Monotype on canvas, E/U copy. Signed and justified by hand. Measurements: 140 x 100 cm. Born and educated in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first individual exhibition, with work of a non-figurative tendency, at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From this moment Feito will exhibit regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo or Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he abandoned teaching and went to Paris with a scholarship, in order to study current avant-garde movements. In this period he received the influences of automatism and material painting. In 1962 he joined as a founding member of the group El Paso, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were part of figurative painting, and then he went through a phase in which he experimented with cubism, and finally delved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ocher and white colors, but upon discovering the potential of light he began to use more vivid colors and smooth planes. He evolved to use red as a counterpoint in his compositions (since 1962) and, in general, more intense colors. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito shows a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle as a geometric shape predominating in his compositions. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large black bands. Most of his works lack titles, so they are usually recognized by the numbering assigned to them. Among his awards stands out his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he received the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was named Full Member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. of San Fernando. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most relevant artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of the Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the National Mint and Stamp Factory, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize of Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most prominent museums around the world, among which we will point out the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, Lissone in Italy etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO - III Millennium-21st Century
          Oct. 24, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - III Millennium-21st Century

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 III Millennium-21st Century. 2000 Etching and Drypoint on paper Signed in pencil Numbered 52/100 Measurements 29.5 x 20.5 cm (imprint); 50 x 40.5 cm (paper) Edita Galería BAT, Madrid 2000 BIBLIOGRAPHY Tomás Paredes, "Feito. Etchings, 2000 Nuevo Milenio", Ed. Galería BAT Alberto Cornejo, Madrid 2000

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        • LUIS FEITO - Untitled
          Oct. 24, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Untitled

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled. c. 1970 Gouache on paper Signed Measurements 65 x 50 cm Prates Gallery Certificate Lisbon ORIGIN Antonio Prates Gallery, Lisbon Private collection

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        • Luis Feito oil
          Oct. 21, 2023

          Luis Feito oil

          Est: $12,000 - $18,000

          Luis Feito (Spanish 1929-2021 Untitled (Abstract) oil on masonite, 1957, signed Feito upper right, framed.   15 1/4 x 29 5/8"

          Rachel Davis Fine Arts
        • Luis Feito (1929-2021) 839, 1971
          Oct. 11, 2023

          Luis Feito (1929-2021) 839, 1971

          Est: €8,000 - €12,000

          Luis Feito (1929-2021) 839, 1971 Oil on canva Signed, dated and titled on the back 145 x 115 cm Provenance : Private collection, Brussels Luis Feito (1929-2021) 839, 1971 Huile sur toile Signée, datée et titrée au dos 145 x 115 cm Provenance : Collection particulière, Bruxelles

          Piasa
        • LUIS FEITO (b.1929) - 'Untitled'
          Sep. 27, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (b.1929) - 'Untitled'

          Est: €900 - €1,200

          Mixed media on paper, signed and dated 2007. Dim.:68.5x49cm.

          Marques dos Santos
        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.
          Sep. 26, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.

          Est: €1,600 - €2,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner. Size: 29 x 39 cm. 42 x 52 cm. (frame). Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the group El Paso. In 1954 he had his first individual exhibition, with works of a non-figurative tendency. His awards include his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums around the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy and the Albright Art Gallery in Buffalo.

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        • LUIS FEITO - Untitled
          Sep. 19, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Untitled

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled. 2005 Etching and aquatint on BFK Rives paper Signed in pencil Numbered PT (workshop proof) 2/2 Size 57 x 76 cm

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "925-B".1973. Oil on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back.
          Sep. 06, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "925-B".1973. Oil on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back.

          Est: €22,000 - €28,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "925-B".1973. Oil on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back. Measurements: 100 x 80 cm; 110 x 90 cm (frame). Between the end of the sixties and the beginning of the seventies, Luis Feito's painting underwent a drastic chromatic and formal reduction. The specialised critics called this period "red and black", linking it to the difficult period Spain was going through. This painting is clearly aligned, in form and concept, with the research undertaken by Feito in that period. The introduction of the colour red (a symbol of violence and sacrifice) in his palette, the abandonment of gestural painting in favour of geometric abstraction with Japanese influence, sobriety and the work with sandy textures that give relief to the circles are some of the constants that are particularly significant in this painting. In those years, the El Paso group had disbanded and Feito's painting underwent a progressive formal simplification. Geometry began to take on greater prominence with the introduction of circular figures which became the main motif of his painting. Colour reached its expressive peak through the use of intense colours such as yellow, red and black. Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first solo exhibition of non-figurative works at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red as a counterpoint in his compositions (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy, etc.

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        • Luis Feito Lopez (1929-2021) Spain, Abstract Litho
          Aug. 05, 2023

          Luis Feito Lopez (1929-2021) Spain, Abstract Litho

          Est: $600 - $1,200

          Luis Feito Lopez (1929-2021) Spanish, Abstract Lithograph in colors on paper. 1970's. Signed and numbered in pencil. Feito 70/90. Provenance: Rose Appel, San Rafael, CA. Luis Feito Lopez is known for Abstract expressionist painting. Born in Madrid, Spain, in 1929, Luis Feito is a key figure in Spanish Abstract Expressionism. He founded 'El Paso', the Madrid based collective of expressionists and informalists at the vanguard of Spanish art in the late 1950s. Luis Feito's brief period as a figurative artist ended in the early 1950s, when, after discovering Cubism, he entered into the sphere of abstract art. In 1956, Feito was awarded a grant by the French government and moved to Paris, where he found inspiration in automatic art and L'Art Brut and Assemblage pioneered by artists such as Jean DuBuffet. He began mixing sand with his thick oil paints and employing a reduced palette of black, white and ochre. In the early 1960s, Feito started to introduce a fourth, red, and his work slowly began more geometric. In 1981 he left Paris for Montreal, where he stayed until 1983, when he moved to New York. Overall Size: 27 x 32 in. Sight Size: 19 1/2 x 25 3/8 in. #2223

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "1265".1972. Oil and material on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back.
          Jul. 25, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "1265".1972. Oil and material on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back.

          Est: €12,000 - €14,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "1265".1972. Oil and material on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back. Measurements: 73 x 61 cm; 76,5 x 63 cm (frame). At the beginning of the seventies, Feito's painting reduced his palette drastically (prioritising blacks and reds) while opting for the most essentialist geometry. Specialists in his work agree in considering this period (known as "red and black") the most dramatic and intense of his production, insofar as his abstraction is a lyrical transfer of the difficult political moment Spain was going through. All this is reflected in this painting, as well as in the work with sandy textures that give relief to the circles. In those years the El Paso group had disbanded and Feito's painting underwent a progressive formal simplification, finding its own language, without concessions. Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first solo exhibition of non-figurative works at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours as a counterpoint in his compositions. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy, etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.
          Jul. 25, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.

          Est: €1,600 - €2,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower left corner. Size: 29 x 39 cm. 42 x 52 cm. (frame). Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the group El Paso. In 1954 he had his first individual exhibition, with works of a non-figurative tendency. His awards include his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums around the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy and the Albright Art Gallery in Buffalo.

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). No title. Silkscreen on paper. Issue 74/120. Signed and numbered in pencil.
          Jul. 11, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). No title. Silkscreen on paper. Issue 74/120. Signed and numbered in pencil.

          Est: €600 - €700

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Silkscreen on paper. Copy 74/120. Signed and numbered in pencil. Measurements: 68,5 x 85 cm. Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first individual exhibition, with non-figurative works, at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red as a counterpoint in his compositions (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy, etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO - III Millennium-XXI Century
          Jul. 04, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - III Millennium-XXI Century

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 III Millennium-XXI Century. 2000 Etching and drypoint on paper Signed in pencil Numbered 68/100 Size 29.5 x 20.5 cm (print); 50 x 40.5 cm (paper) Edited by BAT Gallery, Madrid 2000 BIBLIOGRAPHY Tomás Paredes, "Feito. Etchings, 2000 New Millennium", Ed. BAT Gallery Alberto Cornejo, Madrid 2000

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        • LUIS FEITO - Untitled No. 1195
          Jul. 04, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Untitled No. 1195

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled nº 1195. 1980 Oil on panel Back signed, titled and dated 1980 Size 100 x 125 cm

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        • LUIS FEITO - Untitled nº 1194
          Jul. 04, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Untitled nº 1194

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled nº 1194. 1980 Oil on panel Back signed, titled and dated 1980 Size 100 x 125 cm

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "1025".1973. Oil on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back.
          Jul. 03, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "1025".1973. Oil on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back.

          Est: €40,000 - €50,000

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929-2021). "1025".1973. Oil on canvas. Signed, titled and dated on the back. Measurements: 162 x 130 cm; 163 x 131 cm (frame). The specialists in Feito's painting agree in considering his "red and black" period (beginning of the seventies) as the most dramatic and intense in that his abstraction is a lyrical transfer of the difficult political moment that Spain was going through. The introduction of the colour red (a symbol of violence and sacrifice) in his palette, the abandonment of gestural painting in favour of a geometric abstraction with Japanese influence, sobriety and the work with sandy textures that give relief to the circles, are some of the constants that are particularly significant in the painting we are dealing with here. In those years, the El Paso group had disbanded and Feito's painting underwent a progressive formal simplification. Geometry began to take on greater prominence with the introduction of circular figures which became the main motif of his painting. Colour reached its expressive peak through the use of intense colours such as yellow, red and black. Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the El Paso group. In 1954 he held his first solo exhibition of non-figurative works at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours as a counterpoint in his compositions. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy, etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "Untitled"
          Jun. 13, 2023

          LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "Untitled"

          Est: €1,800 - €2,400

          Inks on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 30 x 24 cm.

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        • § Luis Feito (1929-2021)
          May. 25, 2023

          § Luis Feito (1929-2021)

          Est: £700 - £1,000

          § Luis Feito (1929-2021) Don Quixote signed and dated 'Feito / 63' (lower right) ink and gouache, unframed 59 x 39cm

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        • LUIS FEITO - Marbella II
          May. 23, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Marbella II

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Marbella II. 2015 Etching and aquatint on paper Signed in pencil State proof Size 80 x 65.5 cm Rafael Rodríguez de Rivera print, Madrid 2015 BIBLIOGRAPHY < br> Oscar Muñoz, Javier Blas and Luis Zueco, "Luis Feito. Graphic Work 2002-2018", Goya-Fuendetodos Cultural Consortium & Zaragoza Provincial Council 2018

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        • LUIS FEITO - Untitled
          May. 23, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Untitled

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled. 1996 Acrylic on paper Signed and dated 1996 Size 21.5 x 17 cm

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        • Luis Feito (Spanish 1929-2021), Haut, Oil on canvas, 20-3/4 x 15-1/4 in (52.7 x 38.7 cm)
          May. 12, 2023

          Luis Feito (Spanish 1929-2021), Haut, Oil on canvas, 20-3/4 x 15-1/4 in (52.7 x 38.7 cm)

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Luis Feito (Spanish, 1929-2021) Haut Oil on canvas Signed Feito, dated 1968 and titled on verso

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        • LUIS FEITO - Marbella III
          Mar. 28, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Marbella III

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Marbella III. 2015 Etching and aquatint on paper Signed in pencil State proof Size 80 x 65.5 cm Rafael Rodríguez de Rivera print, Madrid 2015 BIBLIOGRAPHY < br> Oscar Muñoz, Javier Blas and Luis Zueco, "Luis Feito. Graphic Work 2002-2018", Goya-Fuendetodos Cultural Consortium & Zaragoza Provincial Council 2018, cat. 18. Page 78

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        • LUIS FEITO - Untitled
          Mar. 28, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Untitled

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled. 1964 Oil on paper Signed and dated 1974 Measurements 63 x 83 cm ORIGIN Galería Italia, Alicante Private collection

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        • LUIS FEITO-LOPEZ (Spanish/American, 1929-2021), Untitled, Verso Signed Feito and dated "68, Oil on Canvas, 21 1/4" x 14 7/8". Framed.
          Mar. 25, 2023

          LUIS FEITO-LOPEZ (Spanish/American, 1929-2021), Untitled, Verso Signed Feito and dated "68, Oil on Canvas, 21 1/4" x 14 7/8". Framed.

          Est: $3,000 - $4,000

          LUIS FEITO-LOPEZ (Spanish/American, 1929-2021) Untitled, Verso Signed Feito and dated "68, Oil on Canvas, 21 1/4" x 14 7/8". Framed.

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        • Luis Feito (1929-2021) Untitled
          Feb. 15, 2023

          Luis Feito (1929-2021) Untitled

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          Gouache on paper Signed

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        • Luis Feito (1929-2021) "1945"
          Feb. 15, 2023

          Luis Feito (1929-2021) "1945"

          Est: €3,000 - €4,000

          Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated 2000 on the reverse

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        • LUIS FEITO - Peñalara I
          Feb. 07, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Peñalara I

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Peñalara I. 2000 Etching and drypoint on BFK Rives paper Signed in pencil BAT (Bon à tirer); from an edition of 75 copies Measures 76 x 58 cm Published by BAT Gallery, Madrid 2000 BIBLIOGRAPHY Tomás Paredes, "Feito. Etchings, 2000 New Millennium", Ed. BAT Gallery Alberto Cornejo, Madrid 2000

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        • LUIS FEITO - Untitled
          Feb. 07, 2023

          LUIS FEITO - Untitled

          Est: -

          LUIS FEITO Madrid 1929-2021 Untitled. 1961 Oil on panel Back signed and dated 1961 Measurements 24 x 33 cm Certificate signed by D. Antonio Catedra

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "No. 282", 1961
          Jan. 18, 2023

          LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "No. 282", 1961

          Est: €45,000 - €60,000

          Oil on canvas Signed, titled and dated on the back Measurements: 92 x 130 cm

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        • LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "582", 1967
          Jan. 18, 2023

          LUIS FEITO Madrid (1929) / (2021) "582", 1967

          Est: €18,000 - €24,000

          Oil on canvas Signed on one of the canvases in the lower right corner. On the back on the racks in one titled and on the other signed and dated. On the back with a Seattle Art Museum Collection label, from the Eugene Muller Memorial collection Measurements: Diptych 56 x 80 cm

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        • LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929- 2021). Untitled. Silkscreen, copy P.A. Signed and justified by hand.
          Jan. 18, 2023

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929- 2021). Untitled. Silkscreen, copy P.A. Signed and justified by hand.

          Est: €400 - €500

          LUIS FEITO (Madrid, 1929- 2021). Untitled. Silkscreen, copy P.A. Signed and justified by hand. Measurements: 76 x 56 cm. Born and educated in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the group El Paso. In 1954 he had his first individual exhibition, with non-figurative works, at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red as a counterpoint in his compositions (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums all over the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy, etc.

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        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
          Jan. 18, 2023

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.

          Est: €1,200 - €1,500

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 29 x 40 cm; 40 x 50 cm (frame). Born and trained in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the group El Paso. In 1954 he held his first individual exhibition, with non-figurative works, at the Buchholz gallery in Madrid. From then on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities in the world, such as Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo and Rome. Appointed professor at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in 1954, two years later he left teaching and went to Paris on a scholarship to study the avant-garde movements in force. During this period he was influenced by automatism and matter painting. In 1962 he became a founding member of the El Paso group, with which he had lost contact during his years in Paris. His first works were figurative painting, followed by a phase in which he experimented with cubism and finally moved fully into abstraction. At first he only used black, ochre and white colours, but when he discovered the potential of light he began to use more vivid colours and smooth planes. He evolved until he used red as a counterpoint in his compositions (from 1962) and, in general, more intense colours. In his abstract phase, which includes the 1970s, Feito showed a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating in his compositions as a geometric form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for large bands of black. Most of his works are untitled and can therefore be recognised by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters of France in 1985. In 1998 he was awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts in Madrid, and was made a Full Member of the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 he was awarded the Prize of the Spanish Association of Art Critics at the Estampa Salon, in 2002 the AECA Grand Prize for the best international artist at ARCO, in 2003 the prize for the most important artist at the Osaka Art Fair (Japan), in 2004 the Prize for the Culture of Plastic Arts of the Community of Madrid, in 2005 the Francisco Tomás Prieto Prize of the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, and in 2008 the Jorge Alió Foundation Prize and the Grand Prize for Spanish Contemporary Art CESMAI. Luis Feito is represented in the most important museums around the world, including the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, the Guggenheim, the MoMA and the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, the Museums of Modern Art in Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Montreal, the Lissone in Italy and the Albright Art Gallery in Buffalo.

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