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        • FEITO LÓPEZ, LUIS (1929 - 2021)
          May. 28, 2024

          FEITO LÓPEZ, LUIS (1929 - 2021)

          Est: -

          Digital printing on paper. Signed in pencil on the back. Signed and numbered (84/150) in pencil in the folder.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Luis Feito Lopez *
          May. 23, 2024

          Luis Feito Lopez *

          Est: €20,000 - €30,000

          (Madrid 1929–2021) 311, 1962, signed (visible under UV light), dated and inscribed on the reverse, oil on canvas, 83 x 102.5 cm, framed This work is accompanied by a photo certificate of authenticity signed by the artist Provenance: World House Galleries Corp., New York (label on the reverse) Galerie Arnaud, Paris (stamp on the reverse) Galleria d’Arte Sianesi, Milan (certificate available) European Private Collection

          Dorotheum
        • Luis Feito. No title
          Mar. 20, 2024

          Luis Feito. No title

          Est: -

          Oil and ink on paper. Signed and dated (07) in the lower right corner. Provenance: - Private collection.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Lithograph, copy 98/125. Signed and justified by hand.
          Mar. 05, 2024

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Lithograph, copy 98/125. Signed and justified by hand.

          Est: €700 - €750

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Lithograph, copy 98/125. Signed and justified by hand. Measurements: 65 x 50 cm. Born and formed in Madrid, he was one of the founding members of the group El Paso. In 1954 he makes his first individual exhibition, with work of non-figurative tendency, in the Buchholz gallery of Madrid. From that moment on Feito exhibited regularly in the most important cities of 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 current avant-garde movements. 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 are inscribed within figurative painting, to then go through a phase in which he experiments with cubism, and finally fully enter into abstraction. At the beginning he only used black, ochre and white colors, but when he discovered 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 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, so they are usually recognized by a number assigned to them. Among his awards is his appointment as 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 appointed 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 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, among them 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.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Luis Feito Lopez, Abstract with Red Sun, Screenprint
          Feb. 07, 2024

          Luis Feito Lopez, Abstract with Red Sun, Screenprint

          Est: $625 - $725

          Artist: Luis Feito Lopez, Spanish (1929 - ) Title: Abstract with Red Sun Year: circa 1970 Medium: Screenprint, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 4/99 Image Size: 19.5 x 25.5 inches Size: 22 x 30 in. (55.88 x 76.2 cm)

          RoGallery
        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.

          Est: €1,200 - €1,500

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). 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.

          Setdart Auction House
        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner.

          Est: €4,000 - €4,500

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner. Size: 46 x 61 cm; 62 x 77 cm (frame). The oil painting now on offer is from Feito's abstract phase, which includes the 1970s. In it he shows a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating as a geometrical form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for black bands. 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 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.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Luis Feito Lopez (Spanish, 1929-2021) Untitled, Oil on Canvas, Verso signed and dated '57 on canvas, 25 1/2" x 20 1/2", Framed, Overall-26 3/4" x 22"
          Nov. 04, 2023

          Luis Feito Lopez (Spanish, 1929-2021) Untitled, Oil on Canvas, Verso signed and dated '57 on canvas, 25 1/2" x 20 1/2", Framed, Overall-26 3/4" x 22"

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Luis Feito Lopez (Spanish, 1929-2021) Untitled, Oil on Canvas, Verso signed and dated '57 on canvas, 25 1/2" x 20 1/2", Framed, Overall-26 3/4" x 22"

          Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches
        • Luis FEITO LOPEZ (1929-2021)
          Nov. 04, 2023

          Luis FEITO LOPEZ (1929-2021)

          Est: €300 - €400

          Luis FEITO LOPEZ (1929-2021) Composition géométrique Sérigraphie sur toile. Signé au crayon en bas à droite et numéroté 33/45 en bas à gauche. 82 x 58 cm

          Carvajal SVV
        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner.
          Jul. 25, 2023

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner.

          Est: €5,000 - €5,500

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner. Size: 46 x 61 cm; 62 x 77 cm (frame). The oil painting now on offer is from Feito's abstract phase, which includes the 1970s. In it he shows a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating as a geometrical form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for black bands. 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 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.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Luis Feito. No title. No. 243 (1961)
          Jun. 28, 2023

          Luis Feito. No title. No. 243 (1961)

          Est: -

          Oil paste on canvas. Signed, dated and with inventory number (243) on the back. Small paint losses Provenance: - Barcelona Gallery, Barcelona (Label on back).

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Luis Feito López, Abstract in Red
          Jun. 13, 2023

          Luis Feito López, Abstract in Red

          Est: $100 - $200

          Luis Feito López (Spanish, 1929-2021), lithograph on paper dominated by red circle and black brush-strokes, numbered "45/75" l.l., signed l.r., 22" x 29 3/4" sheet size.

          Old Kinderhook Auction Company
        • Luis Feito Lopez. Untitled
          May. 30, 2023

          Luis Feito Lopez. Untitled

          Est: -

          Acrylic on paper. Signed and dated (09) in the lower right corner. The certificate of authenticity will be delivered to the purchaser.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Untitled
          May. 25, 2023

          Untitled

          Est: €18,000 - €25,000

          Luis Feito López 1929 - 2021 Untitled signed; signed and dated 58 on the reverse oil on canvas (firmato; firmato e datato 58 sul retro olio su tela) cm 59,7x91,7; inches 23.50 by 36.10 Framed: cm 61x92,8x2; inches 24.01 by 36.53 by 0.78

          Sotheby's
        • Luis Feito Lopez, New York, Quebec / Spain (1929 - 2021), abstract, 1974, screenprint, 22 1/4"H x 29 7/8"W (sight), 32"H x 39 1/4"W (frame)
          May. 18, 2023

          Luis Feito Lopez, New York, Quebec / Spain (1929 - 2021), abstract, 1974, screenprint, 22 1/4"H x 29 7/8"W (sight), 32"H x 39 1/4"W (frame)

          Est: $200 - $300

          Luis Feito Lopez New York, Quebec / Spain, (1929 - 2021) abstract, 1974 screenprint Numbered (32/110) lower left, signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: 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. Feito has been presented with the following AWARDS: 1. Comendador de las Artes y las Letras de Francia 2. Offical Order of Arts and Letters, France. 3. David Bright prize, XXX Venice Biennale. 4. U.M.A.M. Prize, I Paris Biennale. 5. II Mediterranean Art Biennale, Cairo/Athens. 6. I Mediterranean Art Biennale Alexandria. Feito's work can be found in the following MUSEUMS and PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: - Musem of Alexandria. - Ateneum Meuseum, Helsinki, Finland. - Royal Museums, Belgium. - Mueum of Modern Art, Rome, Italy. - Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, Briazil. - Museum of Fine Art, Montreal, Canada. - Guggenheim Foundation, New York, US. - Houston Museum, Houston, Texas. - Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. - Lisson Museum, Italy. - Gothenburg Museum, Gothenburg, Sweden. - National Museum of Modern Art, Paris, France. - Toronto Art Museum, Toronto, Canada. - Seattle Museum, Seattle, Washington. - Verviers Museum, Belgium. - Musuem of Modern Art, New York. - Cantini Museum, Marseille, France. - Chase Manhattan Bank, New York. - Museum of Abstract Art, Cuenca, Spain. - Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan. - Bridgestone Gallery, Tokyo. - Museum of Modern Art, Nagaoka, Japan. - Chaux-de-Fonds Museum, Switzerland. - Natinal Museum, Ottawa, Canada. - Baltimore Museum, Baltimore, US. - Tamayo Museum, Mexico City. - Halfa Museum, Israel - Fundacion Juan March, Madrid, Spain. - Patrimonio Nacional, Madrid. Source: "Luis Feito Biography", PicassoMio, www.picassomio.com/luis-feito.html

          Ripley Auctions
        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner.
          May. 16, 2023

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner.

          Est: €5,000 - €5,500

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner. Size: 46 x 61 cm; 62 x 77 cm (frame). The oil painting now on offer is from Feito's abstract phase, which includes the 1970s. In it he shows a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating as a geometrical form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for black bands. 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 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.

          Setdart Auction House
        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1483
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1483

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in 1998.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 908
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 908

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in 1972.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2087
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2087

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2002.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2033
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2033

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2001.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2061
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2061

          Est: -

          Acrylic on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2002.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2060
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2060

          Est: -

          Acrylic on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2002.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1559
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1559

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 1990.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1235
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1235

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 1970.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº. 1643
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº. 1643

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in 1992.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS S/T
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS S/T

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in 1999.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1937
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1937

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2000.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1968
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1968

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2000.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2001
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 2001

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2001.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1944
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1944

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2000.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1990
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1990

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2001.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1943
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS Nº 1943

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in the year 2000.

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        • FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS 1843
          May. 06, 2023

          FEITO LOPEZ, LUIS 1843

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas made by the artist LUIS FEITO in 1999.

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        • Luis Feito Lopez (Spanish, 1929-2021), "Repetition"
          Apr. 22, 2023

          Luis Feito Lopez (Spanish, 1929-2021), "Repetition"

          Est: $600 - $900

          Luis Feito Lopez (Spanish, 1929-2021) "Repetition" silkscreen in colors pencil-signed lower right, numbered "97/100" lower left. Unframed. 29-1/2" x 21-3/4" Provenance: Collection of Polly and Ed Renwick, New Orleans, Louisiana. Notes: A native of Madrid, Feito was a founding member of the Spanish avante garde Grupo El Paso, which included such young artists as Rafael Canogar, Juana Frances and Antonio Saura. Working in an abstract expressive style, Feito filled his canvases with bold swathes of thick layers of oil paint in a reduced palette of red, black, white, and ocher. His resulting series of silkscreens based on these geometric works proved extremely popular.

          New Orleans Auction Galleries
        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolor on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.
          Feb. 22, 2023

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolor on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.

          Est: €2,200 - €2,500

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 28 x 46 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 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 LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolor on paper. Signed by stamp in the lower right corner.
          Feb. 08, 2023

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolor on paper. Signed by stamp in the lower right corner.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed with a stamp in the lower right-hand corner. Measurements: 32 x 45 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 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 LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner.
          Feb. 08, 2023

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner.

          Est: €5,000 - €5,500

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929-2021). Untitled, 1973. Oil on paper. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner. Size: 46 x 61 cm; 62 x 77 cm (frame). The oil painting now on offer is from Feito's abstract phase, which includes the 1970s. In it he shows a clear tendency towards simplification, with the circle predominating as a geometrical form. Possibly, the influence of Japanese art can be seen in his preference for black bands. 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 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. Xenocrates
          Jan. 26, 2023

          Luis Feito. Xenocrates

          Est: -

          Digital screen printing in seven inks on Somerset Velvet Enhanced paper 330 gr. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (41/100) in the lower left corner. Edited by ArtePaso SL Printed by Víctor Galán. Attach certificate of authenticity issued by the artist and folder.

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        • Luis Feito. No title
          Jan. 25, 2023

          Luis Feito. No title

          Est: -

          Lithograph on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (55/86) in the lower left corner.

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        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (1929-2021) 542 1966
          Dec. 01, 2022

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (1929-2021) 542 1966

          Est: €8,000 - €12,000

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (1929-2021) 542 1966 signé, titré et daté 1966 au revers huile sur toiles assemblées signed, titled and dated 1966 on the reverse oil on assembled canvas 146 x 203.2 cm. 57 1/2 x 80 in.

          Bonhams
        • LUIS FEITO LOPEZ WITHOUT TITLE
          Nov. 18, 2022

          LUIS FEITO LOPEZ WITHOUT TITLE

          Est: €1,500 - €2,000

          signature lower left, ideogram lower right

          Fidesarte Italia SRL
        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929). Untitled. Watercolor and ink on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
          Oct. 11, 2022

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

          Est: €2,000 - €2,200

          LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929). Untitled. Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 32 x 45 cm; 42 x 54 cm (frame). Born and educated in Madrid, Luis Feito 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 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 LOPEZ (D.2021) SERIGRAPH RED DOT
          Sep. 10, 2022

          LUIS FEITO LOPEZ (D.2021) SERIGRAPH RED DOT

          Est: $80 - $150

          Framed serigraph (silkscreen) on paper, Red Dot Composition, signed lower right Feito (Luis Feito Lopez, Spanish, 1929-2021), numbered 164/ 300, sight: approx 8.75"h, 6.25"w, overall: 14"h, 12"w, 1.25lbs Start Price: $50.00

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        • Luis Feito. Xenócrates
          Jun. 22, 2022

          Luis Feito. Xenócrates

          Est: -

          Digital serigraph in seven colors on Somerset Velvet Enhanced paper 330 gr. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (41/100) in the lower left corner. Edited by ArtePaso SL Printed by Víctor Galán. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by the artist and folder.

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        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
          Jun. 08, 2022

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

          Est: €5,000 - €6,000

          JOAN JOSEP THARRATS VIDAL (Girona, 1918 - Barcelona, 2001). "Nou discos". 1976. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 81 x 100 cm; 84 x 103 cm (frame). In this painting made by Tharrats in the seventies, we can contemplate the consolidation of a language of material and informalist roots, which on this occasion stages the symbolic struggle between chaos (represented by the marble magma that emerges from the ground) and the cosmos (symbolised by the floating circles, of perfect geometry). After beginning his training in Béziers (France), in 1935 Tharrats returned to Barcelona and enrolled at the Massana School. He began his artistic activity after the Civil War, in a style that evolved from a certain initial impressionism towards a progressive abstraction, through the influences of Mondrian and Kandinsky. Co-founder of Dau al Set together with Brossa, Ponç, Cuixart and Tàpies, Tharrats made his individual debut in 1949 at the El Jardín galleries in Barcelona. From 1954 he exhibited regularly at the Sala Gaspar in Barcelona, as well as in 1955 in Stockholm and New York, in 1959 at the São Paulo Biennial, and in Venice at the Biennials of 1960 and 1964. In 1955, after the dissolution of Dau al Set, he took part in the formation of the Taüll group together with Muxart, Guinovart and his former colleagues Cuixart and Tàpies. Eleven years later, in 1966, he also founded the Asociación de Artistas Actuales. A pioneer of post-war Catalan avant-gardism, Tharrats evolved from the surrealist-influenced linear abstraction of his Dau al Set period towards an informalism of rich texture, abundant colour and free graphics. Apart from easel painting, he developed his own version of printmaking techniques ("maculatures"), and also made posters, book illustrations, murals, stained glass, mosaics, jewellery and opera scenographies. In 1983 he was awarded the Cross of Sant Jordi, and in 1994 the National Prize for Plastic Arts. That same year he was admitted to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi. His work can be found in various museums and collections around the world, such as the MoMA and the Guggenheim in New York, the Tate Gallery in London, the MACBA and the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid.

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        • LUIS FEITO LÓPEZ (Madrid, 1929). Untitled. Watercolour on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
          Jun. 08, 2022

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

          Est: €1,700 - €2,000

          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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        • Luis Feito López. Untitled
          May. 25, 2022

          Luis Feito López. Untitled

          Est: -

          Acrylic on canvas. Signed, dated (1993), located (New York) and with inventory number (1675) on the back.

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        • Luis Feito López. Untitled
          Feb. 23, 2022

          Luis Feito López. Untitled

          Est: -

          Acrylic on canvas. Signed, dated (1993), located (New York) and with inventory number (1675) on the back.

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