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Painter, b. 1951 - d. 2020

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      • XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). No title, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dates on the back. Provenance: Private Collection formed since the 70s, London and Madrid.
        Feb. 21, 2024

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). No title, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dates on the back. Provenance: Private Collection formed since the 70s, London and Madrid.

        Est: €5,000 - €6,000

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). Untitled, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated on the back. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 1970s between London and Madrid. Measurements: 200 x 250 cm; 202 x 252 cm (frame). In this work the author uses an abstract language, based on irregular geometry, with an organic character both in its outline and in the colours. It is an open style, whose basic characteristic is the conception of the pictorial surface as a whole, as an open field, without limits and without hierarchy. Thus, as we see here, the pictorial forms are the result of a thought-out composition and experimentation, with an image of a gestural nature, they are not limited to a composition but go beyond it, indicating to the spectator that they are forms, ideas or suggestions that go beyond the frontiers of the purely pictorial. Xavier Grau trained at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona where, years later, he taught for a time. He started out in conceptual art, but from 1976 he devoted himself fully to painting. That same year he took part in the exhibition "Por una crítica de la pintura" in Barcelona, with a group of artists from the "Trama" magazine. He belonged to the current known as "painting-painting", which arose in reaction to conceptualism and which was very strong in Catalonia, vindicating pictorial practice from the perspective of abstract language. Grau was close to abstract expressionism as a source of expressiveness and emotion, akin to the New York school, De Kooning, Gorky and Gouston, and his language evolved towards an abstraction that maintained the internal tension between colour and drawing without reducing the vividness of the colour or the movement of its surfaces, contained by a rhythmic formal structure. Thus, although initially the theoretical aspects prevailed in his work, they gradually gave way to intuition and the enhancement of gesture and colour. His work increasingly tends to leave figurative references to one side in favour of a less evident but also more internalised reflection. In recent years, Grau has progressively stripped his work of figurative allusions, erasing with them the satire influenced by Guston, on the way to a more silent and introspective painting. His personal exhibitions include those held at the Maeght gallery in Paris (1989), the Salvador Riera and Carles Taché galleries in Barcelona (1992; 1994 and 1995), the Luis Adelantado gallery in Valencia (1993) and the Antonio Machón gallery in Madrid (2002). He is represented at the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid and the Jaume Morera in Lleida.

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      • XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. With information label on the back and stamp of the Galería Maeght (Barcelona)
        Feb. 21, 2024

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. With information label on the back and stamp of the Galería Maeght (Barcelona)

        Est: €800 - €1,000

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. With information label on the back and stamp of the Galería Maeght (Barcelona). The paper is damaged. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 1970s between London and Madrid. Size: 104 x 74 cm; 105 x 75 cm (frame). Xavier Grau trained at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona where, years later, he taught for a time. He started out in conceptual art, but from 1976 he devoted himself fully to painting. That same year he took part in the exhibition "Por una crítica de la pintura" in Barcelona, with a group of artists from the "Trama" magazine. He belonged to the current known as "painting-painting", which arose in reaction to conceptualism and which was very strong in Catalonia, vindicating pictorial practice from the perspective of abstract language. Grau was close to abstract expressionism as a source of expressiveness and emotion, akin to the New York school, De Kooning, Gorky and Gouston, and his language evolved towards an abstraction that maintained the internal tension between colour and drawing without reducing the vividness of the colour or the movement of its surfaces, contained by a rhythmic formal structure. Thus, although initially the theoretical aspects prevailed in his work, they gradually gave way to intuition and the enhancement of gesture and colour. His work increasingly tends to leave figurative references to one side in favour of a less evident but also more internalised reflection. In recent years, Grau has progressively stripped his work of figurative allusions, erasing with them the satire influenced by Guston, on the way to a more silent and introspective painting. His personal exhibitions include those held at the Maeght gallery in Paris (1989), the Salvador Riera and Carles Taché galleries in Barcelona (1992; 1994 and 1995), the Luis Adelantado gallery in Valencia (1993) and the Antonio Machón gallery in Madrid (2002). He is represented at the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid and the Jaume Morera in Lleida.

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      • XAVIER GRAU - The pond
        Feb. 06, 2024

        XAVIER GRAU - The pond

        Est: -

        XAVIER GRAU Barcelona 1951-2020 The pond. 1983 Oil and acrylic on canvas Back signed, titled and dated 1983 Measurements 130 x 162 cm PROVENANCE (label on the back) Maeght Gallery, Barcelona Gallery Egam, Madrid Private collection

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      • XAVIER GRAU - Untitled
        Oct. 24, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU - Untitled

        Est: -

        XAVIER GRAU Barcelona 1951-2020 Untitled. 1983 Acrylic on paper Signed and dated X-83 Measurements 55 x 75 cm

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      • XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. With information label on the back and stamp of the Galería Maeght (Barcelona).
        May. 16, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. With information label on the back and stamp of the Galería Maeght (Barcelona).

        Est: €800 - €1,000

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. With information label on the back and stamp of the Galería Maeght (Barcelona). The paper is damaged. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 1970s between London and Madrid. Size: 104 x 74 cm; 105 x 75 cm (frame). Xavier Grau trained at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona where, years later, he taught for a time. He started out in conceptual art, but from 1976 he devoted himself fully to painting. That same year he took part in the exhibition "Por una crítica de la pintura" in Barcelona, with a group of artists from the "Trama" magazine. He belonged to the current known as "painting-painting", which arose in reaction to conceptualism and which was very strong in Catalonia, vindicating pictorial practice from the perspective of abstract language. Grau was close to abstract expressionism as a source of expressiveness and emotion, akin to the New York school, De Kooning, Gorky and Gouston, and his language evolved towards an abstraction that maintained the internal tension between colour and drawing without reducing the vividness of the colour or the movement of its surfaces, contained by a rhythmic formal structure. Thus, although initially the theoretical aspects prevailed in his work, they gradually gave way to intuition and the enhancement of gesture and colour. His work increasingly tends to leave figurative references to one side in favour of a less evident but also more internalised reflection. In recent years, Grau has progressively stripped his work of figurative allusions, erasing with them the satire influenced by Guston, on the way to a more silent and introspective painting. His personal exhibitions include those held at the Maeght gallery in Paris (1989), the Salvador Riera and Carles Taché galleries in Barcelona (1992; 1994 and 1995), the Luis Adelantado gallery in Valencia (1993) and the Antonio Machón gallery in Madrid (2002). He is represented at the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid and the Jaume Morera in Lleida.

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      • XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). No title, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dates on the back. Provenance: Private Collection formed since the 70s, London and Madrid.
        May. 16, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). No title, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dates on the back. Provenance: Private Collection formed since the 70s, London and Madrid.

        Est: €6,000 - €7,000

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951-2020). Untitled, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated on the back. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 1970s between London and Madrid. Measurements: 200 x 250 cm; 202 x 252 cm (frame). In this work the author uses an abstract language, based on irregular geometry, with an organic character both in its outline and in the colours. It is an open style, whose basic characteristic is the conception of the pictorial surface as a whole, as an open field, without limits and without hierarchy. Thus, as we see here, the pictorial forms are the result of a thought-out composition and experimentation, with an image of a gestural nature, they are not limited to a composition but go beyond it, indicating to the spectator that they are forms, ideas or suggestions that go beyond the frontiers of the purely pictorial. Xavier Grau trained at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona where, years later, he taught for a time. He started out in conceptual art, but from 1976 he devoted himself fully to painting. That same year he took part in the exhibition "Por una crítica de la pintura" in Barcelona, with a group of artists from the "Trama" magazine. He belonged to the current known as "painting-painting", which arose in reaction to conceptualism and which was very strong in Catalonia, vindicating pictorial practice from the perspective of abstract language. Grau was close to abstract expressionism as a source of expressiveness and emotion, akin to the New York school, De Kooning, Gorky and Gouston, and his language evolved towards an abstraction that maintained the internal tension between colour and drawing without reducing the vividness of the colour or the movement of its surfaces, contained by a rhythmic formal structure. Thus, although initially the theoretical aspects prevailed in his work, they gradually gave way to intuition and the enhancement of gesture and colour. His work increasingly tends to leave figurative references to one side in favour of a less evident but also more internalised reflection. In recent years, Grau has progressively stripped his work of figurative allusions, erasing with them the satire influenced by Guston, on the way to a more silent and introspective painting. His personal exhibitions include those held at the Maeght gallery in Paris (1989), the Salvador Riera and Carles Taché galleries in Barcelona (1992; 1994 and 1995), the Luis Adelantado gallery in Valencia (1993) and the Antonio Machón gallery in Madrid (2002). He is represented at the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid and the Jaume Morera in Lleida.

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      • XAVIER GRAU MASIP - Sin título
        Apr. 27, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU MASIP - Sin título

        Est: -

        XAVIER GRAU MASIP - Sin título

        Arte Subastas Bilbao
      • XAVIER GRAU MASIP - Sin título
        Apr. 27, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU MASIP - Sin título

        Est: -

        XAVIER GRAU MASIP - Sin título

        Arte Subastas Bilbao
      • "Ve per tu" II by Xavier Grau
        Apr. 12, 2023

        "Ve per tu" II by Xavier Grau

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Xavier Grau Masip (Spanish, 1951-2020). Oil on canvas, dated 1985 on both label and inscription on verso. Signed to verso. Galerie Maeght label and stamp. 51" x 64" (sight), 52" x 65" (framed).

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      • "Entre Tots Dos" by Xavier Grau
        Apr. 12, 2023

        "Entre Tots Dos" by Xavier Grau

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Xavier Grau Masip (Spanish, 1951-2020). Oil on canvas, with Galerie Maeght label to verso, dated 82, and with title. Artist number B3164. 39.5" x 32" (sight), 41" x 34" (framed).

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      • "No Sientas Nada" by Xavier Grau
        Apr. 12, 2023

        "No Sientas Nada" by Xavier Grau

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Xavier Grau Masip (Spanish, 1951-2020). Oil on canvas, signed on verso, dated 82, and with title. Artist number B3251. 51.5" x 38" (sight), 52" x 39" (framed).

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      • XAVIER GRAU - Untitled
        Mar. 28, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU - Untitled

        Est: -

        XAVIER GRAU Barcelona 1951 Untitled. 1980 Oil on canvas Back signed and dated 1980 Measurements 130 x 161 cm ORIGIN Buades Gallery, Madrid Private collection

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      • XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. It has an informative label on the back and a seal from the Maeght Gallery (Barcelona). It has damage to the paper.
        Feb. 27, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. It has an informative label on the back and a seal from the Maeght Gallery (Barcelona). It has damage to the paper.

        Est: €800 - €1,000

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951). Untitled, 1989. Gouache and ink on paper. With information label on the back and stamp of the Galería Maeght (Barcelona). The paper is damaged. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 1970s between London and Madrid. Size: 104 x 74 cm; 105 x 75 cm (frame). Xavier Grau trained at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona where, years later, he taught for a time. He started out in conceptual art, but from 1976 he devoted himself fully to painting. That same year he took part in the exhibition "Por una crítica de la pintura" in Barcelona, with a group of artists from the "Trama" magazine. He belonged to the current known as "painting-painting", which arose in reaction to conceptualism and which was very strong in Catalonia, vindicating pictorial practice from the perspective of abstract language. Grau was close to abstract expressionism as a source of expressiveness and emotion, akin to the New York school, De Kooning, Gorky and Gouston, and his language evolved towards an abstraction that maintained the internal tension between colour and drawing without reducing the vividness of the colour or the movement of its surfaces, contained by a rhythmic formal structure. Thus, although initially the theoretical aspects prevailed in his work, they gradually gave way to intuition and the enhancement of gesture and colour. His work increasingly tends to leave figurative references to one side in favour of a less evident but also more internalised reflection. In recent years, Grau has progressively stripped his work of figurative allusions, erasing with them the satire influenced by Guston, on the way to a more silent and introspective painting. His personal exhibitions include those held at the Maeght gallery in Paris (1989), the Salvador Riera and Carles Taché galleries in Barcelona (1992; 1994 and 1995), the Luis Adelantado gallery in Valencia (1993) and the Antonio Machón gallery in Madrid (2002). He is represented at the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid and the Jaume Morera in Lleida.

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      • XAVIER GRAU MASIP (Barcelona, 1951 - 2020). No title. Watercolor and ink on dirty paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Provenance: Private Collection formed since the 70s, London and Madrid.
        Feb. 27, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU MASIP (Barcelona, 1951 - 2020). No title. Watercolor and ink on dirty paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Provenance: Private Collection formed since the 70s, London and Madrid.

        Est: €700 - €900

        XAVIER GRAU MASIP (Barcelona, 1951 - 2020). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on uncoloured paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 1970s between London and Madrid. Measurements: 71 x 50 cm; 78 x 58 cm (frame). Xavier Grau's painting is situated in an abstraction that maintains unaltered the internal tension between colour and drawing, without reducing its chromatic vivacity or the movement of its surfaces, which are contained by the rhythm of the forms that articulate its internal structure. In this way, the painter embodies the "imago", which in the psychological sense is a concept mainly from analytical psychology introduced by its founder Carl Gustav Jung, who used it for the first time. Imago designates the internal image, that representation of a certain person that is mostly unconscious, and that even after the real encounter with that person, remains alive in the psyche. Xavier Grau trained at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona where, years later, he taught for a time. He started out in conceptual art, but from 1976 he devoted himself fully to painting. That same year he took part in the exhibition "Por una crítica de la pintura" in Barcelona, with a group of artists from the "Trama" magazine. He belonged to the current known as "painting-painting", which arose in reaction to conceptualism and which was very strong in Catalonia, vindicating pictorial practice from the perspective of abstract language. Grau was close to abstract expressionism as a source of expressiveness and emotion, akin to the New York school, De Kooning, Gorky and Gouston, and his language evolved towards an abstraction that maintained the internal tension between colour and drawing without reducing the vividness of the colour or the movement of its surfaces, contained by a rhythmic formal structure. Thus, although initially the theoretical aspects prevailed in his work, they gradually gave way to intuition and the enhancement of gesture and colour. His work increasingly tends to leave figurative references to one side in favour of a less evident but also more internalised reflection. In recent years, Grau has progressively stripped his work of figurative allusions, erasing with them the satire influenced by Guston, on the way to a more silent and introspective painting. His personal exhibitions include those held at the Maeght gallery in Paris (1989), the Salvador Riera and Carles Taché galleries in Barcelona (1992; 1994 and 1995), the Luis Adelantado gallery in Valencia (1993) and the Antonio Machón gallery in Madrid (2002). He is represented at the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid and the Jaume Morera in Lleida.

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      • XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951). No title, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dates on the back. Provenance: Private Collection formed since the 70s, London and Madrid.
        Feb. 27, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951). No title, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dates on the back. Provenance: Private Collection formed since the 70s, London and Madrid.

        Est: €6,000 - €8,000

        XAVIER GRAU (Barcelona, 1951). Untitled, 1987. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated on the back. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 1970s between London and Madrid. Measurements: 200 x 250 cm; 202 x 252 cm (frame). In this work the author uses an abstract language, based on irregular geometry, with an organic character both in its outline and in the colours. It is an open style, whose basic characteristic is the conception of the pictorial surface as a whole, as an open field, without limits and without hierarchy. Thus, as we see here, the pictorial forms are the result of a thought-out composition and experimentation, with an image of a gestural nature, they are not limited to a composition but go beyond it, indicating to the spectator that they are forms, ideas or suggestions that go beyond the frontiers of the purely pictorial. Xavier Grau trained at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona where, years later, he taught for a time. He started out in conceptual art, but from 1976 he devoted himself fully to painting. That same year he took part in the exhibition "Por una crítica de la pintura" in Barcelona, with a group of artists from the "Trama" magazine. He belonged to the current known as "painting-painting", which arose in reaction to conceptualism and which was very strong in Catalonia, vindicating pictorial practice from the perspective of abstract language. Grau was close to abstract expressionism as a source of expressiveness and emotion, akin to the New York school, De Kooning, Gorky and Gouston, and his language evolved towards an abstraction that maintained the internal tension between colour and drawing without reducing the vividness of the colour or the movement of its surfaces, contained by a rhythmic formal structure. Thus, although initially the theoretical aspects prevailed in his work, they gradually gave way to intuition and the enhancement of gesture and colour. His work increasingly tends to leave figurative references to one side in favour of a less evident but also more internalised reflection. In recent years, Grau has progressively stripped his work of figurative allusions, erasing with them the satire influenced by Guston, on the way to a more silent and introspective painting. His personal exhibitions include those held at the Maeght gallery in Paris (1989), the Salvador Riera and Carles Taché galleries in Barcelona (1992; 1994 and 1995), the Luis Adelantado gallery in Valencia (1993) and the Antonio Machón gallery in Madrid (2002). He is represented at the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid and the Jaume Morera in Lleida.

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      • XAVIER GRAU - Untitled
        Feb. 07, 2023

        XAVIER GRAU - Untitled

        Est: -

        XAVIER GRAU Barcelona 1951 Untitled. 1979 Acrylic and oil on canvas Back signed and dated 1979 Measurements 150 x 150 cm PROVENANCE (stamp on back) Buades Gallery, Madrid Private collection < br> EXHIBITIONS 1979 (March), "Xavier Grau. Painting", Buades Gallery, Madrid BIBLIOGRAPHY "Xavier Grau. Painting", Ed. Buades Gallery, Madrid 1979, repro cat. exp. s/p

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      • XAVIER GRAU - Untitled
        Dec. 13, 2022

        XAVIER GRAU - Untitled

        Est: -

        XAVIER GRAU Barcelona 1951 Untitled. 1983 Oil on paper Signed and dated 1983 Measurements 57 x 76 cm ORIGIN Miguel Marcos Gallery, Madrid Private collection EXHIBITIONS < br> 2007 (July 18-September 2), "Manolo Escobar. The exciting vice of collecting", Monasterio de Veruela, Zaragoza BIBLIOGRAPHY Fernando Castro Florez, "Manolo Escobar. The exciting vice of collecting ", Ed. Diputación de Zaragoza, Zaragoza 2007, reprod. cat. exp. p. 116

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición IV.
        Jun. 24, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición IV.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 23/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición III.
        Jun. 24, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición III.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 17/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición II.
        Jun. 24, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición II.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 18/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición.
        Jun. 24, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 27/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición III.
        May. 26, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición III.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 17/35.

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      • Xavier Grau - Cartel anunciador.
        May. 26, 2022

        Xavier Grau - Cartel anunciador.

        Est: €300 - €400

        Cartel litográfico original, Maeght editor, enero de 1988. Papel estucado brillo de 190 gr/m2.

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      • Xavier Grau - Cartel anunciador.
        May. 26, 2022

        Xavier Grau - Cartel anunciador.

        Est: €300 - €400

        Cartel litográfico original, Maeght editor, marzo de 1985. Papel estucado brillo de 150 gr/m2.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición IV.
        Apr. 29, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición IV.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 23/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición III.
        Apr. 29, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición III.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 17/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición II.
        Apr. 29, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición II.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 18/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición.
        Apr. 29, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 27/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición IV.
        Mar. 04, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición IV.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 23/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición III.
        Mar. 04, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición III.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 17/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición II.
        Mar. 04, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición II.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 18/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición.
        Mar. 04, 2022

        Xavier Grau – Composición.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 27/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición IV.
        Dec. 31, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición IV.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 23/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición III.
        Dec. 31, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición III.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 17/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición II.
        Dec. 31, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición II.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 18/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición.
        Dec. 31, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 27/35.

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      • XAVIER GRAU (1951-2020). "EYE V", 2009.
        Dec. 16, 2021

        XAVIER GRAU (1951-2020). "EYE V", 2009.

        Est: €250 - €400

        Mixed media, watercolour and crayons on paper. Signed and dated. It has a label of Miguel Marcos Gallery on the back. 24 x 32 cm; 42.5 x 50.5 cm (frame).  

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      • XAVIER GRAU (1951 / .) "No title"
        Sep. 29, 2021

        XAVIER GRAU (1951 / .) "No title"

        Est: €67 - €90

        Signed and justified 35/75 in pencil at the bottom. . Lithography

        Ansorena
      • Xavier Grau – Composición IV.
        Sep. 17, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición IV.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 23/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición III.
        Sep. 17, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición III.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 17/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición II.
        Sep. 17, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición II.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 18/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición.
        Sep. 17, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 27/35.

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      • Xavier Grau - Cartel anunciador.
        Jun. 18, 2021

        Xavier Grau - Cartel anunciador.

        Est: €300 - €400

        Cartel litográfico original, Maeght editor, enero de 1988. Papel estucado brillo de 190 gr/m2.

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      • Xavier Grau - Cartel anunciador.
        Jun. 18, 2021

        Xavier Grau - Cartel anunciador.

        Est: €300 - €400

        Cartel litográfico original, Maeght editor, marzo de 1985. Papel estucado brillo de 150 gr/m2.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición IV.
        May. 28, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición IV.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 23/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición II.
        May. 28, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición II.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 18/35.

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      • Xavier Grau – Composición.
        May. 28, 2021

        Xavier Grau – Composición.

        Est: €650 - €750

        Grabado numerad y firmado por el autor a lápiz. Papel BFK Ribes, France. Edición noble limitada a 35 unidades, ejemplar 27/35.

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      • XAVIER GRAU (1951 / .) "Untitled"
        May. 11, 2021

        XAVIER GRAU (1951 / .) "Untitled"

        Est: €105 - €140

        Signed and justified 35/75 in pencil at the bottom. . Litography

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