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Painter, Sculptor, b. 1927 - d. 2007

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: 41/75. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: H.C. (Hors Commerce).. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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              • Guinovart, Josep - OffsetLithograph Exhibition Poster
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - OffsetLithograph Exhibition Poster

                Est: €100 - €200

                Josep Guinovart (March 20, 1927 in Barcelona – December 12, 2007 in Barcelona) was a Spanish Catalan painter most famous for his informalist or abstract expressionist work. In 1941, he began to work as a decorator. Three years later, he started his studies at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios de la Llotja (Art School of La Llotja) where he stayed until 1946. He first exhibited his work in 1948 in Galerías Syla in Barcelona. In 1951, he produced his first engravings entitled ‘Homage to Federico García Lorca’. Two years later, he was awarded a grant from the French Institute to study in Paris for nine months. Here he discovered the cubist works of Matisse and Picasso and travelled to Belgium, Holland and Germany. On his return to Barcelona and after a period working as an illustrator and set designer, around 1957 he began moving towards abstract art. His work is highly unconventional and usually on a large scale, using a wide range of materials, three-dimensional objects and organic substances such as eggshell, earth and straw. In 1962, he illustrated a book of poetry entitled ‘Posies’ by Joan Salvat-Papasseit for the Ariel Editorial. He won many accolades for his work throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1994, a museum foundation dedicated to his art was inaugurated in Agramunt, his mother’s birthplace to which he always felt a special attachment. In 2006 he designed the winery Mas Blanch i Jové in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) and created The Artists’ Vineyard, a project intended to mix sculptures and other art works from different artists in the middle of a vineyard. The Artists’ Vineyard was inaugurated after his death in 2010 with the unveiling of his sculpture “The Countryside Organ”: a music instrument, 6 meters height, for the wind to sing the vines. This winery also displays the 10,5 meters work “In Vino Veritas” and other artist’s works. He died on 12 December 2007 at the age of 80.

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: H.C. (Hors Commerce).. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: H.C. (Hors Commerce).. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

                Art Atelier
              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned
                Apr. 13, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: 29/75.. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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              • JOSEP GUINOVART (1927-2007). "FLOWERS", 25 - 12 - 1963.
                Apr. 11, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART (1927-2007). "FLOWERS", 25 - 12 - 1963.

                Est: €250 - €900

                Mixed media, marker and coloured pencil Signed and dated in coloured pencils. 67 x 44 cm; 78.5 x 56.5 cm (frame).

                Subarna Subastas
              • JOSEP GUINOVART BERTRAN (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). "Bitlles: Man and woman". Turned and painted wood, copies 15/50. Signed and numbered on the base.
                Apr. 11, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART BERTRAN (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). "Bitlles: Man and woman". Turned and painted wood, copies 15/50. Signed and numbered on the base.

                Est: €1,500 - €1,600

                JOSEP GUINOVART BERTRAN (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). "Bitlles: Man and woman". Turned and painted wood, copies 15/50. Signed and numbered on the base. Measurements: 40 cm (height greater). The "bitlles" are the pieces used in a traditional Catalan sport of the same name, which has certain similarities with bowling. The main difference is that a ball is not thrown, but a "bitlle" of smaller size. Thus, through these pieces Guinovart reinterprets the traditional Catalan culture, recovering it and making it his own through his personal language. Josep Guinovart was trained at the Escuela de Maestros Pintores, at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios and in the classes of the FAD. He exhibited individually for the first time in the Syra galleries in Barcelona in 1948. He soon acquired a solid prestige, collaborated with Dau al Set and participated in the salons of October, Jazz and Eleven. In the fifties, thanks to a scholarship, he lived in Paris, where he became deeply acquainted with the work of Cézanne and Matisse, who, together with Miró and Gaudí, would be his most important influences. In 1955, together with Aleu, Cuixart, Muxart, Mercadé, Tàpies and Tharrats, he formed the Taüll group, which brought together the avant-garde artists of the time. Towards 1957 he began an informalist and abstract tendency, with a strong material presence both by the incorporation of various elements and objects (burnt wood, boxes, waste objects) and by the application of techniques such as collage and assemblage. From the 1960s onwards, he moved away from the informalist poetics and began to create works full of signs and gestures, which contain a strong expressive charge in the lines and colors. During the seventies he systematically used materials such as sand, earth, mud, straw or fiber cement, and in the following decade he focused on experimentation with the three-dimensional projection of his works, which took the form of the creation of environments or spatial environments such as the one entitled Contorn-extorn (1978). Guinovart has a very varied artistic production: mural paintings, sets and theatrical scenery, such as the one made for Federico García Lorca's Blood Wedding, book illustrations, poster design, tapestries and sculptures. He participated in the Biennials of São Paulo (1952 and 1957), Alexandria (1955) and Venice (1958, 1962 and 1982), and his awards include the City of Barcelona in 1981, the National Plastic Arts in 1990 and the Plastic Arts of the Generalitat in 1990. In 1994 the Guinovart Space was inaugurated in Agramunt, Lérida, a private foundation that has a permanent exhibition of the artist. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid and Mexico City, the Museum of Outdoor Sculpture in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao, the Museo San Telmo in San Sebastián, the Museo Eusebio Sempere in Alicante, the Museo de Navarra in Tafalla, the Casa de las Américas in Havana, the Bocchum Museum in Germany, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Long Island, New York, and the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid.

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              • JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled"
                Apr. 09, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled"

                Est: €180 - €240

                Illuminated engraving Signed and justified in pencil 73/75 Paper: 56.5 x 38 cm Measurements: Imprint: 23.5 x 18 cm

                Ansorena
              • JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1999
                Apr. 09, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1999

                Est: €270 - €360

                Etching and carborundum Justified 21/99, signed and dated in pencil on the bottom. It is presented with a print run justification sheet. Measurements: Footprint: 50 x 32 cm

                Ansorena
              • ANTONI CLAVÉ
                Mar. 26, 2024

                ANTONI CLAVÉ

                Est: €450 - €600

                Antoni Clavé (Barcelona, 1913-Saint Tropez, 2005) Hommage à Domenikos Theotokopulos. Litografía sobre papel Rives. Firmada y numerada 4/30 a lápiz. Bibliografía. Reproducida en el libro: "Antoni Clavé. Obra gráfica 1957-1983", por Pierre Seghers. Nº 17. Editorial Sala Gaspar. Barcelona, 1983. y "Antoni Clavé L'Ouvre gravé 1939-1976", por Roger Passeron. Nº 91. Edita Office du Livre. Friburgo, 1977. 65 x 50 cm.

                Aletheia Subastas
              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph
                Mar. 23, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph

                Est: €100 - €200

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph Exhibition Poster
                Mar. 23, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph Exhibition Poster

                Est: €100 - €200

                Josep Guinovart (March 20, 1927 in Barcelona – December 12, 2007 in Barcelona) was a Spanish Catalan painter most famous for his informalist or abstract expressionist work. In 1941, he began to work as a decorator. Three years later, he started his studies at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios de la Llotja (Art School of La Llotja) where he stayed until 1946. He first exhibited his work in 1948 in Galerías Syla in Barcelona. In 1951, he produced his first engravings entitled ‘Homage to Federico García Lorca’. Two years later, he was awarded a grant from the French Institute to study in Paris for nine months. Here he discovered the cubist works of Matisse and Picasso and travelled to Belgium, Holland and Germany. On his return to Barcelona and after a period working as an illustrator and set designer, around 1957 he began moving towards abstract art. His work is highly unconventional and usually on a large scale, using a wide range of materials, three-dimensional objects and organic substances such as eggshell, earth and straw. In 1962, he illustrated a book of poetry entitled ‘Posies’ by Joan Salvat-Papasseit for the Ariel Editorial. He won many accolades for his work throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1994, a museum foundation dedicated to his art was inaugurated in Agramunt, his mother’s birthplace to which he always felt a special attachment. In 2006 he designed the winery Mas Blanch i Jové in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) and created The Artists’ Vineyard, a project intended to mix sculptures and other art works from different artists in the middle of a vineyard. The Artists’ Vineyard was inaugurated after his death in 2010 with the unveiling of his sculpture “The Countryside Organ”: a music instrument, 6 meters height, for the wind to sing the vines. This winery also displays the 10,5 meters work “In Vino Veritas” and other artist’s works. He died on 12 December 2007 at the age of 80.

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned
                Mar. 23, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: H.C. (Hors Commerce).. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist. Josep Guinovart (March 20, 1927 in Barcelona – December 12, 2007 in Barcelona) was a Spanish Catalan painter most famous for his informalist or abstract expressionist work. In 1941, he began to work as a decorator. Three years later, he started his studies at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios de la Llotja (Art School of La Llotja) where he stayed until 1946. He first exhibited his work in 1948 in Galerías Syla in Barcelona. In 1951, he produced his first engravings entitled ‘Homage to Federico García Lorca’. Two years later, he was awarded a grant from the French Institute to study in Paris for nine months. Here he discovered the cubist works of Matisse and Picasso and travelled to Belgium, Holland and Germany. On his return to Barcelona and after a period working as an illustrator and set designer, around 1957 he began moving towards abstract art. His work is highly unconventional and usually on a large scale, using a wide range of materials, three-dimensional objects and organic substances such as eggshell, earth and straw. In 1962, he illustrated a book of poetry entitled ‘Posies’ by Joan Salvat-Papasseit for the Ariel Editorial. He won many accolades for his work throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1994, a museum foundation dedicated to his art was inaugurated in Agramunt, his mother’s birthplace to which he always felt a special attachment. In 2006 he designed the winery Mas Blanch i Jové in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) and created The Artists’ Vineyard, a project intended to mix sculptures and other art works from different artists in the middle of a vineyard. The Artists’ Vineyard was inaugurated after his death in 2010 with the unveiling of his sculpture “The Countryside Organ”: a music instrument, 6 meters height, for the wind to sing the vines. This winery also displays the 10,5 meters work “In Vino Veritas” and other artist’s works. He died on 12 December 2007 at the age of 80.

                Art Atelier
              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph Exhibition Poster
                Mar. 23, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph Exhibition Poster

                Est: €100 - €200

                Exhibition poster printed as a lithograph by Poligrafa Barcelona - created on the occasion of the exhibition (USA 1978). Josep Guinovart (March 20, 1927 in Barcelona – December 12, 2007 in Barcelona) was a Spanish Catalan painter most famous for his informalist or abstract expressionist work. In 1941, he began to work as a decorator. Three years later, he started his studies at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios de la Llotja (Art School of La Llotja) where he stayed until 1946. He first exhibited his work in 1948 in Galerías Syla in Barcelona. In 1951, he produced his first engravings entitled ‘Homage to Federico García Lorca’. Two years later, he was awarded a grant from the French Institute to study in Paris for nine months. Here he discovered the cubist works of Matisse and Picasso and travelled to Belgium, Holland and Germany. On his return to Barcelona and after a period working as an illustrator and set designer, around 1957 he began moving towards abstract art. His work is highly unconventional and usually on a large scale, using a wide range of materials, three-dimensional objects and organic substances such as eggshell, earth and straw. In 1962, he illustrated a book of poetry entitled ‘Posies’ by Joan Salvat-Papasseit for the Ariel Editorial. He won many accolades for his work throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1994, a museum foundation dedicated to his art was inaugurated in Agramunt, his mother’s birthplace to which he always felt a special attachment. In 2006 he designed the winery Mas Blanch i Jové in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) and created The Artists’ Vineyard, a project intended to mix sculptures and other art works from different artists in the middle of a vineyard. The Artists’ Vineyard was inaugurated after his death in 2010 with the unveiling of his sculpture “The Countryside Organ”: a music instrument, 6 meters height, for the wind to sing the vines. This winery also displays the 10,5 meters work “In Vino Veritas” and other artist’s works. He died on 12 December 2007 at the age of 80.

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              • Josep Guinovart. No title
                Mar. 20, 2024

                Josep Guinovart. No title

                Est: -

                Lithograph on Guarro paper. Signed and dated (81) in the lower right corner. Numbered (44/75) in the lower left corner.

                Duran Arte y Subastas
              • Josep Guinovart. No title
                Mar. 20, 2024

                Josep Guinovart. No title

                Est: -

                Etching, mirror and gouache on paper. Signed and dated (90) in the lower right corner. Numbered (126/250) in the lower left corner. Edited by Communication and Management Consultants.

                Duran Arte y Subastas
              • JOSEP GUINOVART - Guix i LLuna
                Mar. 19, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART - Guix i LLuna

                Est: -

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona 1927-2008 Guix i LLuna. 2001 Screen printing and collage on canvas Signed in ink and dated 2001 PT (Workshop Proof) 3/7 Measurements 59 x 79 cm

                Subastas Segre
              • JOSEP GUINOVART - Bird and Earth
                Mar. 19, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART - Bird and Earth

                Est: -

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona 1927-2008 Bird and Earth. 1997 Silkscreen and Clay on canvas Signed in ink and dated 1997 PT (Workshop proof) 2/7 Measurements 50 x 70 cm

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              • JOSEP GUINOVART - Paisatge
                Mar. 19, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART - Paisatge

                Est: -

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona 1927-2008 Paisatge. 1999 Screenprint on canvas retouched by hand by the artist with Sand and Gouache Signed in ink and dated 1999 PT (Workshop Proof) 5/7 Measurements 50 x 70 cm

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              • JOSEP GUINOVART - Untitled
                Mar. 19, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART - Untitled

                Est: -

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona 1927-2008 Untitled. 1980 Oil, crayons and pencil on paper and wood Signed and dated 1980 Measurements 46 x 30 cm PROVENANCE (label on the back) Helga de Alvear Gallery, Madrid br> Private collection

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              • JOSEP GUINOVART - Shepherd and flock
                Mar. 19, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART - Shepherd and flock

                Est: -

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona 1927-2008 Shepherd and flock Gouache on paper Signed Measurements 18 x 21 cm

                Subastas Segre
              • JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona 1927 - 2007) "Collage and stones"
                Mar. 14, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona 1927 - 2007) "Collage and stones"

                Est: €350 - €400

                JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona 1927 - 2007) "Collage and stones" Screen print and collage Signed in pencil dated 1970 and numbered 7/100 46 x 40 cm 350 - 400

                Bayeu Subastas
              • JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona 1927 - 2007) "Untitled"
                Mar. 14, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona 1927 - 2007) "Untitled"

                Est: €300 - €400

                JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona 1927 - 2007) "Untitled" Engraving Signed, dated 1994 and numbered 318/550 76 x 54 cm 300 - 400 €

                Bayeu Subastas
              • JOSEP GUINOVART. Untitled.
                Mar. 14, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART. Untitled.

                Est: €300 - €350

                Pair of ink, collage and mixed media postcards on paper One of them, signed and dedicated 17.5x12 cm; 16.5x13 cm.

                Balclis
              • JOSEP GUINOVART. Composition. (d)
                Mar. 14, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART. Composition. (d)

                Est: €750 - €850

                Mixed media on paper Signed and dated 1965 70x50 cm.

                Balclis
              • JOSEP GUINOVART. Homage to Picasso. (d)
                Mar. 14, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART. Homage to Picasso. (d)

                Est: €220 - €250

                Lithograph and collage on paper Signed, numbered “38/50” and dated 1972 50.5x50.5x10.5 cm.

                Balclis
              • JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Like a mask"
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Like a mask"

                Est: €6,000 - €8,000

                Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner on the back label from the Juana MordO gallery in Madrid, where the work is titled Measurements: 100 x 81 cm

                Ansorena
              • JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1975
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1975

                Est: €300 - €400

                2 etchings with gouache interventions. Justified 8/12, signed and dated in pencil on the bottom. Measurements: Footprint: 51 x 65 cm; Paper: 63.5 x 90 cm each

                Ansorena
              • JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1976
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1976

                Est: €300 - €400

                2 etchings with gouache interventions. Justified 7/12, signed and dated in pencil on the bottom. Measurements: Footprint: 51 x 65 cm; Paper: 63.5 x 90 cm each

                Ansorena
              • JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1976
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1976

                Est: €300 - €400

                2 etchings with gouache interventions. Justified 7/12, signed and dated in pencil on the bottom. Measurements: Footprint: 51 x 65 cm; Paper: 63.5 x 90 cm each

                Ansorena
              • JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1975-76
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1975-76

                Est: €300 - €400

                2 etchings with gouache interventions. Justified 7/12 and 8/12, signed and dated in pencil on the bottom. Measurements: Footprint: 51 x 65 cm; Paper: 63.5 x 90 cm each

                Ansorena
              • JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1975
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona (1927 / 2007) "Untitled", 1975

                Est: €300 - €400

                2 etchings with gouache interventions. Justified 8/12, signed and dated in pencil on the bottom. Measurements: Footprint: 51 x 65 cm; Paper: 63.5 x 90 cm each

                Ansorena
              • JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). Untitled, 1977. Oil and collage on uralite. Signed and dated on the lower left.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). Untitled, 1977. Oil and collage on uralite. Signed and dated on the lower left.

                Est: €4,000 - €5,000

                JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). Untitled, 1977. Oil and collage on uralite. Signed and dated on the lower left. Measurements: 105 x 114 x 9 cm. Josep Guinovart was a born experimenter with forms, textures, supports and languages. This is evident in this composition in which the play of waves in the material is used by the artist to emphasise the effect of collage and fragmentary figures (a head, the wounded body of a bull...) The forms seem to compose and decompose themselves between blinks of an eye, in an orchestrated composition that appeals to the surrounding space. Josep Guinovart trained at the Escuela de Maestros Pintores, at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios and in the classes of the FAD. He had his first solo exhibition at the Syra galleries in Barcelona in 1948. He soon acquired solid prestige, collaborated with Dau al Set and took part in the October, Jazz and Eleven Salons. In the 1950s, thanks to a grant, he lived in Paris, where he became deeply acquainted with the work of Cézanne and Matisse, who, together with Miró and Gaudí, were to be his most important influences. In 1955, together with Aleu, Cuixart, Muxart, Mercadé, Tàpies and Tharrats, he formed the Taüll group, which brought together the avant-garde artists of the time. Around 1957 he began an informalist and abstract tendency, with a strong material presence both through the incorporation of various elements and objects (burnt wood, boxes, discarded objects) and through the application of techniques such as collage and assemblage. From the 1960s onwards he moved away from the poetics of Informalism and began to produce works full of signs and gestures, which contain a strong expressive charge in the lines and colours. During the 1970s he systematically used materials such as sand, earth, clay, straw and fibre cement, and in the following decade he focused on experimenting with the three-dimensional projection of his works, which took the form of the creation of environments or spatial settings such as the one entitled Contorn-extorn (1978). Guinovart's artistic output is very varied: mural paintings, theatre sets and scenographies, such as the one made for Federico García Lorca's Blood Wedding, book illustrations, poster design, tapestries and sculptures. He took part in the Biennials of São Paulo (1952 and 1957), Alexandria (1955) and Venice (1958, 1962 and 1982), and his prizes include the City of Barcelona in 1981, the National Plastic Arts Prize in 1990 and the Generalitat's Plastic Arts Prize in 1990. In 1994 the Espai Guinovart, a private foundation with a permanent exhibition of the artist's work, was opened in Agramunt, Lérida. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid and Mexico City, the Museum of Open Air Sculpture in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao, the Museo San Telmo in San Sebastián, the Museo Eusebio Sempere in Alicante, the Museo de Navarra in Tafalla, the Casa de las Américas in Havana, the Bocchum Museum in Germany, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Long Island, New York, and the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid.

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.
                Feb. 24, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: H.C. (Hors Commerce).. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

                Art Atelier
              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned
                Feb. 24, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: 29/75.. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

                Art Atelier
              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.
                Feb. 24, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: H.C. (Hors Commerce).. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

                Art Atelier
              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.
                Feb. 24, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph.

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: 41/75. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

                Art Atelier
              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned
                Feb. 24, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: H.C. (Hors Commerce).. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist.

                Art Atelier
              • Guinovart, Josep - OffsetLithograph Exhibition Poster
                Feb. 24, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - OffsetLithograph Exhibition Poster

                Est: €100 - €200

                Josep Guinovart (March 20, 1927 in Barcelona – December 12, 2007 in Barcelona) was a Spanish Catalan painter most famous for his informalist or abstract expressionist work. In 1941, he began to work as a decorator. Three years later, he started his studies at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios de la Llotja (Art School of La Llotja) where he stayed until 1946. He first exhibited his work in 1948 in Galerías Syla in Barcelona. In 1951, he produced his first engravings entitled ‘Homage to Federico García Lorca’. Two years later, he was awarded a grant from the French Institute to study in Paris for nine months. Here he discovered the cubist works of Matisse and Picasso and travelled to Belgium, Holland and Germany. On his return to Barcelona and after a period working as an illustrator and set designer, around 1957 he began moving towards abstract art. His work is highly unconventional and usually on a large scale, using a wide range of materials, three-dimensional objects and organic substances such as eggshell, earth and straw. In 1962, he illustrated a book of poetry entitled ‘Posies’ by Joan Salvat-Papasseit for the Ariel Editorial. He won many accolades for his work throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1994, a museum foundation dedicated to his art was inaugurated in Agramunt, his mother’s birthplace to which he always felt a special attachment. In 2006 he designed the winery Mas Blanch i Jové in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) and created The Artists’ Vineyard, a project intended to mix sculptures and other art works from different artists in the middle of a vineyard. The Artists’ Vineyard was inaugurated after his death in 2010 with the unveiling of his sculpture “The Countryside Organ”: a music instrument, 6 meters height, for the wind to sing the vines. This winery also displays the 10,5 meters work “In Vino Veritas” and other artist’s works. He died on 12 December 2007 at the age of 80.

                Art Atelier
              • JOSEP GUINOVART - Untitled
                Feb. 06, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART - Untitled

                Est: -

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona 1927-2008 Untitled. 1974 Gouache on paper Signed and dated 1974 Measurements 49 x 64 cm

                Subastas Segre
              • JOSEP GUINOVART - Untitled
                Feb. 06, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART - Untitled

                Est: -

                JOSEP GUINOVART Barcelona 1927-2008 Untitled. 1974 Oil, sand, stones and elements on panel Signed and dated 1974 Measurements 47 x 69 cm

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph Exhibition Poster
                Feb. 03, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph Exhibition Poster

                Est: €100 - €200

                Josep Guinovart (March 20, 1927 in Barcelona – December 12, 2007 in Barcelona) was a Spanish Catalan painter most famous for his informalist or abstract expressionist work. In 1941, he began to work as a decorator. Three years later, he started his studies at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios de la Llotja (Art School of La Llotja) where he stayed until 1946. He first exhibited his work in 1948 in Galerías Syla in Barcelona. In 1951, he produced his first engravings entitled ‘Homage to Federico García Lorca’. Two years later, he was awarded a grant from the French Institute to study in Paris for nine months. Here he discovered the cubist works of Matisse and Picasso and travelled to Belgium, Holland and Germany. On his return to Barcelona and after a period working as an illustrator and set designer, around 1957 he began moving towards abstract art. His work is highly unconventional and usually on a large scale, using a wide range of materials, three-dimensional objects and organic substances such as eggshell, earth and straw. In 1962, he illustrated a book of poetry entitled ‘Posies’ by Joan Salvat-Papasseit for the Ariel Editorial. He won many accolades for his work throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1994, a museum foundation dedicated to his art was inaugurated in Agramunt, his mother’s birthplace to which he always felt a special attachment. In 2006 he designed the winery Mas Blanch i Jové in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) and created The Artists’ Vineyard, a project intended to mix sculptures and other art works from different artists in the middle of a vineyard. The Artists’ Vineyard was inaugurated after his death in 2010 with the unveiling of his sculpture “The Countryside Organ”: a music instrument, 6 meters height, for the wind to sing the vines. This winery also displays the 10,5 meters work “In Vino Veritas” and other artist’s works. He died on 12 December 2007 at the age of 80.

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph Exhibition Poster
                Feb. 03, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph Exhibition Poster

                Est: €100 - €200

                Exhibition poster printed as a lithograph by Poligrafa Barcelona - created on the occasion of the exhibition (USA 1978). Josep Guinovart (March 20, 1927 in Barcelona – December 12, 2007 in Barcelona) was a Spanish Catalan painter most famous for his informalist or abstract expressionist work. In 1941, he began to work as a decorator. Three years later, he started his studies at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios de la Llotja (Art School of La Llotja) where he stayed until 1946. He first exhibited his work in 1948 in Galerías Syla in Barcelona. In 1951, he produced his first engravings entitled ‘Homage to Federico García Lorca’. Two years later, he was awarded a grant from the French Institute to study in Paris for nine months. Here he discovered the cubist works of Matisse and Picasso and travelled to Belgium, Holland and Germany. On his return to Barcelona and after a period working as an illustrator and set designer, around 1957 he began moving towards abstract art. His work is highly unconventional and usually on a large scale, using a wide range of materials, three-dimensional objects and organic substances such as eggshell, earth and straw. In 1962, he illustrated a book of poetry entitled ‘Posies’ by Joan Salvat-Papasseit for the Ariel Editorial. He won many accolades for his work throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1994, a museum foundation dedicated to his art was inaugurated in Agramunt, his mother’s birthplace to which he always felt a special attachment. In 2006 he designed the winery Mas Blanch i Jové in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) and created The Artists’ Vineyard, a project intended to mix sculptures and other art works from different artists in the middle of a vineyard. The Artists’ Vineyard was inaugurated after his death in 2010 with the unveiling of his sculpture “The Countryside Organ”: a music instrument, 6 meters height, for the wind to sing the vines. This winery also displays the 10,5 meters work “In Vino Veritas” and other artist’s works. He died on 12 December 2007 at the age of 80.

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph
                Feb. 03, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph

                Est: €100 - €200

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              • Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned
                Feb. 03, 2024

                Guinovart, Josep - Lithograph - Handsigned

                Est: €200 - €400

                Edition: H.C. (Hors Commerce).. Handsigned and numbered in pencil by the artist. Josep Guinovart (March 20, 1927 in Barcelona – December 12, 2007 in Barcelona) was a Spanish Catalan painter most famous for his informalist or abstract expressionist work. In 1941, he began to work as a decorator. Three years later, he started his studies at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios de la Llotja (Art School of La Llotja) where he stayed until 1946. He first exhibited his work in 1948 in Galerías Syla in Barcelona. In 1951, he produced his first engravings entitled ‘Homage to Federico García Lorca’. Two years later, he was awarded a grant from the French Institute to study in Paris for nine months. Here he discovered the cubist works of Matisse and Picasso and travelled to Belgium, Holland and Germany. On his return to Barcelona and after a period working as an illustrator and set designer, around 1957 he began moving towards abstract art. His work is highly unconventional and usually on a large scale, using a wide range of materials, three-dimensional objects and organic substances such as eggshell, earth and straw. In 1962, he illustrated a book of poetry entitled ‘Posies’ by Joan Salvat-Papasseit for the Ariel Editorial. He won many accolades for his work throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1994, a museum foundation dedicated to his art was inaugurated in Agramunt, his mother’s birthplace to which he always felt a special attachment. In 2006 he designed the winery Mas Blanch i Jové in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) and created The Artists’ Vineyard, a project intended to mix sculptures and other art works from different artists in the middle of a vineyard. The Artists’ Vineyard was inaugurated after his death in 2010 with the unveiling of his sculpture “The Countryside Organ”: a music instrument, 6 meters height, for the wind to sing the vines. This winery also displays the 10,5 meters work “In Vino Veritas” and other artist’s works. He died on 12 December 2007 at the age of 80.

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              • JOSÉ GUINOVART - 15 anys de Populart…
                Jan. 31, 2024

                JOSÉ GUINOVART - 15 anys de Populart…

                Est: €60 -

                JOSÉ GUINOVART - 15 anys de Populart

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              • JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). Untitled, 70's. Mixed media (oil, fabrics, clay and different material elements) on board. Framed in methacrylate box made by the author. Signed on the back.
                Jan. 30, 2024

                JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). Untitled, 70's. Mixed media (oil, fabrics, clay and different material elements) on board. Framed in methacrylate box made by the author. Signed on the back.

                Est: €12,000 - €15,000

                JOSEP GUINOVART (Barcelona, 1927 - 2007). Untitled, 70's. Mixed media (oil, fabrics, clay and different material elements) on board. Framed in methacrylate box made by the author. Signed on the back. Measurements: 103 x 207 x 15 cm. In the mid 70's, Guinovart began to be interested in research on the three-dimensional projection of his works. As a result of this study, he made different series, conceived as boxes, located on the threshold between sculpture and painting. In Guinovart's painting, aspects of his biography linked to the hardships of the civil war have always had an indelible imprint. The organic materials that he incorporates in his works, not only in his informalist period, but also in later paintings such as the one we are dealing with, respond to the persistence in his memory of what it meant to emigrate with his family to a small town in Lleida to take refuge from the war. The products and utensils of the land will be treated as symbols of resilience and hope in unfavorable contexts. At the same time, experimenting with these extra-artistic elements will give him a prominent place in the heart of matter informalism. Josep Guinovart was trained at the Escuela de Maestros Pintores, at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios and in the classes of the FAD. He exhibited individually for the first time in the Syra galleries in Barcelona in 1948. He immediately acquired a solid prestige, collaborated with Dau al Set and participated in the salons of October, Jazz and Eleven. In the fifties, thanks to a scholarship, he lived in Paris, where he became deeply acquainted with the work of Cézanne and Matisse, who, together with Miró and Gaudí, would be his most important influences. In 1955, together with Aleu, Cuixart, Muxart, Mercadé, Tàpies and Tharrats, he formed the Taüll group, which brought together the avant-garde artists of the time. Around 1957 he began an informalist and abstract tendency, with a strong material presence, both through the incorporation of various elements and objects (burnt wood, boxes, waste objects) and through the application of techniques such as collage and assemblage. From the 1960s onwards, he moved away from the informalist poetics and began to create works full of signs and gestures, which contain a strong expressive charge in the lines and colors. During the seventies he systematically used materials such as sand, earth, mud, straw or fiber cement, and in the following decade he focused on experimentation with the three-dimensional projection of his works, which took the form of the creation of environments or spatial environments such as the one entitled Contorn-extorn (1978). Guinovart has a very varied artistic production: mural paintings, sets and theatrical scenery, such as the one made for Federico García Lorca's Blood Wedding, book illustrations, poster design, tapestries and sculptures. He participated in the Biennials of São Paulo (1952 and 1957), Alexandria (1955) and Venice (1958, 1962 and 1982), and his awards include the City of Barcelona in 1981, the National Plastic Arts in 1990 and the Plastic Arts of the Generalitat in 1990. In 1994 the Guinovart Space was inaugurated in Agramunt, Lérida, a private foundation that has a permanent exhibition of the artist. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid and Mexico City, the Museum of Outdoor Sculpture in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao, the Museo San Telmo in San Sebastián, the Museo Eusebio Sempere in Alicante, the Museo de Navarra in Tafalla, the Casa de las Américas in Havana, the Bocchum Museum in Germany, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Long Island, New York, and the Museo Patio Herreriano in Valladolid.

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