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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Mujeres desnudas en un paisaje de alcachofas cantábricas”. 1973 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.
            Mar. 05, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Mujeres desnudas en un paisaje de alcachofas cantábricas”. 1973 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.

            Est: €1,500 - €1,600

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Naked women in a landscape of Cantabrian artichokes". 1973 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached. Measurements: 36 x 55 cm; 55 x 75 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. When he was eighteen years old he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Reflected Moon" 1990 Oil on paper adhered to board Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.
            Mar. 05, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Reflected Moon" 1990 Oil on paper adhered to board Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.

            Est: €1,500 - €1,700

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Reflected Moon" 1990 Oil on paper adhered to board Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached. Measurements: 100 x 75 cm; 107'5 x 81 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Anti-heroes". 1996 Graphite on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Mar. 05, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Anti-heroes". 1996 Graphite on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €700 - €800

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Anti-heroes". 1996 Graphite on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 32 x 29 cm; 52 x 44 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Still life". 1986 Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo enclosed.
            Mar. 05, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Still life". 1986 Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo enclosed.

            Est: €4,000 - €4,500

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Still life". 1986 Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo enclosed. Measurements: 100 x 81 cm. Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. When he was eighteen years old he had his first individual exhibition in the gallery N'Art in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). Untitled, 1987. Mixed media on cardboard. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
            Mar. 05, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). Untitled, 1987. Mixed media on cardboard. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

            Est: €3,000 - €4,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). Untitled, 1987. Mixed media on cardboard. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 104 x 75 cm; 107 x 79 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. When he was eighteen years old, he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first outdoor sculpture exhibition held in that city. Soon after he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales publishes her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favorite painter). In 1975 she travels to Heidelberg, where she lives for five months, and that same year she publishes "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit Gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli Gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travels to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum of Dallas, and that same year he works in the engraving workshops of the Southern Methodist University of Dallas and stays five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he created his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". During the following years he continued to hold important exhibitions all over the world, in addition to publishing books of poems, bibliophile editions, graphic works, etc. In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he received the award for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Mira's works are preserved in museums and private collections around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Reina Sofia National Art Center, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the ICO Collections Museum in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Revelation I". 1983 Oil on panel. Signed, titled and dated in the lower corner.
            Mar. 05, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Revelation I". 1983 Oil on panel. Signed, titled and dated in the lower corner.

            Est: €3,000 - €4,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Revelation I". 1983 Oil on panel. Signed, titled and dated in the lower corner. Measurements: 105.5 x 75.5 cm; 109 x 78 cm (frame). The crosses and the doves messengers of peace alternate in this composition that seems to be inspired by the art of stained glass, an aesthetic that Mira privileged at the dawn of the eighties in search of a renewed spirituality. Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he held his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Soon after he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales publishes her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favorite painter). In 1975 she travels to Heidelberg, where she lives for five months, and that same year she publishes "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit Gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli Gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travels to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum of Dallas, and that same year he works in the engraving workshops of the Southern Methodist University of Dallas and stays five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he created his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". During the following years he continued to hold important exhibitions all over the world, in addition to publishing books of poems, bibliophile editions, graphic works, etc. In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he received the award for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling Gallery. Mira's works are preserved in museums and private collections around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Reina Sofia National Art Center, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the ICO Collections Museum in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Spinning", 1987. Mixed media on cardboard. Signed, dated and titled in the lower corner.
            Mar. 05, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Spinning", 1987. Mixed media on cardboard. Signed, dated and titled in the lower corner.

            Est: €3,000 - €4,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Spinning", 1987. Mixed media on cardboard. Signed, dated and titled in the lower corner. Measurements: 100 x 94 cm; 105 x 98 cm (frame). Victor Mira began to use the term "Hilatura" in a series of oil paintings with filamentous homunculi, endowed with bangs and tufts. This dreamlike world was populated with color in later works such as the one shown here, where a threshold suggests an interstice between two worlds. Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first solo exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first outdoor sculpture exhibition held in that city. Soon after he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales publishes her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favorite painter). In 1975 she travels to Heidelberg, where she lives for five months, and that same year she publishes "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit Gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli Gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travels to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum of Dallas, and that same year he works in the engraving workshops of the Southern Methodist University of Dallas and stays five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he created his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". During the following years he continued to hold important exhibitions all over the world, in addition to publishing books of poems, bibliophile editions, graphic works, etc. In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he received the award for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling Gallery. Mira's works are preserved in museums and private collections around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Reina Sofia National Art Center, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the ICO Collections Museum in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Cabayos geminis". 1974 Mixed media on paper Signed, dated and titled in the lower area. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Presents museum glass
            Mar. 05, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Cabayos geminis". 1974 Mixed media on paper Signed, dated and titled in the lower area. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Presents museum glass

            Est: €1,800 - €2,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Cabayos geminis". 1974 Mixed media on paper Signed, dated and titled in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Presents museum glass Measurements: 47 x 88 cm; 65 x 107,5 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA - TWO FIGURES
            Feb. 21, 2024

            VICTOR MIRA - TWO FIGURES

            Est: $100 - $200

            Victor Mira, Zaragoza, 1949-2003, 2 Figures, paint

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          • VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Banchantata", 1991. Mixed media, wood and oil. Signed, dated and titled on the base.
            Jan. 10, 2024

            VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Banchantata", 1991. Mixed media, wood and oil. Signed, dated and titled on the base.

            Est: €500 - €700

            VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Banchantata", 1991. Mixed media, wood and oil. Signed, dated and titled on the base. Measurements: 86 x 60 x 45 cm. Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. When he was eighteen years old, he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Soon after he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales publishes her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favorite painter). In 1975 she travels to Heidelberg, where she lives for five months, and that same year she publishes "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit Gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli Gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travels to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum of Dallas, and that same year he works in the engraving workshops of the Southern Methodist University of Dallas and stays five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he created his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". During the following years he continued to hold important exhibitions all over the world, in addition to publishing books of poems, bibliophile editions, graphic works, etc. In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he received the award for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Mira's works are preserved in museums and private collections around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Reina Sofia National Art Center, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the ICO Collections Museum in Madrid, among others.

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          • VÏCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "All my books", 1983. Oil on cardboard glued to wood. Presents on the back label of the Miguel Marcos Gallery (Barcelona). Signed, dated and titled in the lower right corner.
            Jan. 10, 2024

            VÏCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "All my books", 1983. Oil on cardboard glued to wood. Presents on the back label of the Miguel Marcos Gallery (Barcelona). Signed, dated and titled in the lower right corner.

            Est: €3,000 - €3,500

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "All my books", 1983. Oil on cardboard glued to wood. Presents on the back label of the Miguel Marcos Gallery (Barcelona). Signed, dated and titled in the lower right corner. Measurements: 75,5 x 105 cm; 78,5 x 108,5 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his formation was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Soon after he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales publishes her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favorite painter). In 1975 she travels to Heidelberg, where she lives for five months, and that same year she publishes "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit Gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli Gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travels to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum of Dallas, and that same year he works in the engraving workshops of the Southern Methodist University of Dallas and stays five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he created his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". During the following years he continued to hold important exhibitions all over the world, in addition to publishing books of poems, bibliophile editions, graphic works, etc. In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he received the award for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling Gallery. Mira's works are preserved in museums and private collections around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Reina Sofia National Art Center, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the ICO Collections Museum in Madrid, among others.

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          • Victor Mira. Untitled (1982)
            Dec. 27, 2023

            Victor Mira. Untitled (1982)

            Est: -

            Mixed technique on paper. Signed and dated (1982) in the lower right corner.

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          • Victor Mira. Untitled (1982)
            Dec. 27, 2023

            Victor Mira. Untitled (1982)

            Est: -

            Mixed technique on paper. Signed and dated (1982) in the lower right corner.

            Duran Arte y Subastas
          • VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachkantaten", 1989-1990. Set of 13 etchings in carborundum. Copy 23/40. Total print run of 54 copies.
            Dec. 12, 2023

            VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachkantaten", 1989-1990. Set of 13 etchings in carborundum. Copy 23/40. Total print run of 54 copies.

            Est: €3,500 - €4,000

            VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachkantaten", 1989-1990. Set of 13 etchings in carborundum. Copy 23/40. Total print run of 54 copies. Folder signed and numbered on the frontispiece. Etchings without signature or numbering. Ed. Tristán Barbará. The folder and the engravings have damp stains. Size: 49 x 69 cm (engravings). Book with 13 etchings in carborundum by Víctor Mira and original texts of the cantatas by Johan Sebastian Bach. Sculptor, painter, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he held his first solo exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, he moved to Barcelona in 1977. In 1979 he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 2003, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid.

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          • VICTOR MIRA - TWO FIGURES
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA - TWO FIGURES

            Est: $200 - $300

            Victor Mira, Zaragoza, 1949-2003, 2 Figures, paint

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Monk in front of the sea". 1997 Pencil on paper. Firmado and right upper right angle.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Monk in front of the sea". 1997 Pencil on paper. Firmado and right upper right angle.

            Est: €600 - €700

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Monk in front of the sea". 1997 Pencil on paper. Signed and dated upper right corner Size: 42 x 30 cm; 55 x 43 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Anti-heroes". 1996 Graphite on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Anti-heroes". 1996 Graphite on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €700 - €800

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Anti-heroes". 1996 Graphite on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 32 x 29 cm; 52 x 44 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Beethoven and the art of pedalling". 1997 Oil on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Beethoven and the art of pedalling". 1997 Oil on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €800 - €1,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Beethoven and the art of pedalling". 1997 Oil on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 37'5 x 56'5 cm; 55 x 75 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). “Árboles”. 1997 Gouache on paper Signed and dated Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). “Árboles”. 1997 Gouache on paper Signed and dated Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.

            Est: €700 - €800

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Trees". 1997 Gouache on paper Signed and dated Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached. Size: 54 x 58 cm.; 65 x 65cm.(frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Antiheroes". 1997 Oil on wood. Signed, dated and titled in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Antiheroes". 1997 Oil on wood. Signed, dated and titled in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €3,200 - €3,500

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Antiheroes". 1997 Oil on wood. Signed, dated and titled in the lower left corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 100 x 160 cm; 106 x 166 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Farmira". 1992 Gouache on paper. Signed, titled and dated Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Farmira". 1992 Gouache on paper. Signed, titled and dated Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €800 - €1,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Farmira". 1992 Gouache on paper. Signed, titled and dated Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 34 x 49'5 cm; 55 x 75 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1992 Gouache on card. Signed in the lower right corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Sizes: 43 x 37 cm; 65 x 65 cm (frame)
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1992 Gouache on card. Signed in the lower right corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Sizes: 43 x 37 cm; 65 x 65 cm (frame)

            Est: €800 - €1,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1992 Gouache on card. Signed in the lower right corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 43 x 37 cm; 65 x 65 cm (frame) Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1992 Acrylic on cardboard. Signed in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1992 Acrylic on cardboard. Signed in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €1,400 - €1,500

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1992 Acrylic on cardboard. Signed in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 54 x 53 cm; 74 x 74 cm (frame) Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1991 Oil on cardboard adhered to board. Signed, titled and dated in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1991 Oil on cardboard adhered to board. Signed, titled and dated in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €2,000 - €2,200

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata". 1991 Oil on cardboard adhered to board. Signed, titled and dated in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 100 x 75 cm; 106 x 81 cm (frame) Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Reflected Moon" 1990 Oil on paper adhered to board Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Reflected Moon" 1990 Oil on paper adhered to board Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.

            Est: €1,500 - €1,700

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Reflected Moon" 1990 Oil on paper adhered to board Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached. Measurements: 100 x 75 cm; 107'5 x 81 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Improntes". Mixed media on wood. Signed and titled in the lower right corner.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Improntes". Mixed media on wood. Signed and titled in the lower right corner.

            Est: €1,200 - €1,400

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Improntes". Mixed media on wood. Signed and titled in the lower right corner. Size: 99 x 73 cm; 106 x 80 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "The Miraeum". 1990 Tempera on cardboard Signed and dated on the back. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "The Miraeum". 1990 Tempera on cardboard Signed and dated on the back. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €800 - €1,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "The Miraeum. 1990 Tempera on cardboard Signed and dated on the back. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 70 x 50 cm; 71 x 51cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. When he was eighteen years old he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Still life". 1986 Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo enclosed.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Still life". 1986 Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo enclosed.

            Est: €4,000 - €4,500

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Still life". 1986 Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. Titled and dated on the back. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo enclosed. Measurements: 100 x 81 cm. Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. When he was eighteen years old he had his first individual exhibition in the gallery N'Art in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Estilita" 1986 Gouache on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Estilita" 1986 Gouache on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.

            Est: €1,400 - €1,500

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Estilita" 1986 Gouache on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached. Measurements: 70 x 50 cm. Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. When he was eighteen years old he had his first individual exhibition in the gallery N'Art in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Natura morta. 1984 Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed, titled and dated in the lower right corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Natura morta. 1984 Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed, titled and dated in the lower right corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €8,000 - €9,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Natura morta. 1984 Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed, titled and dated in the lower right corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 231 x 83'5 cm Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Baseliz Beuys". 1982 Mixed media on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Baseliz Beuys". 1982 Mixed media on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area.

            Est: €600 - €700

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Baseliz Beuys". 1982 Mixed media on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Size: 38 x 27 cm; 54 x 44 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "El beso de la muchacha y la muerte" (The kiss of the girl and death)". 1982 Oil on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "El beso de la muchacha y la muerte" (The kiss of the girl and death)". 1982 Oil on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area.

            Est: €700 - €800

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "El beso de la muchacha y la muerte" (The kiss of the girl and death)". 1982 Oil on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Size: 38 x 27 cm; 55 x 45 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). La muchacha y la muerte" ("The Girl and Death"). 1982 Oil on paper Signed on the back Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). La muchacha y la muerte" ("The Girl and Death"). 1982 Oil on paper Signed on the back Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.

            Est: €700 - €800

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). La muchacha y la muerte" ("The Girl and Death"). 1982 Oil on paper Signed on the back Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo enclosed. Measurements: 45 x 33 cm; 51 x 44 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). Mixed media on paper Signed in the lower left corner
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). Mixed media on paper Signed in the lower left corner

            Est: €300 - €350

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). Mixed media on paper Signed in the lower left corner Size: 20 x 14 cm; 27,5 x 23 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Hande". 1976 Mixed media on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Hande". 1976 Mixed media on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.

            Est: €800 - €1,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Hande". 1976 Mixed media on paper Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached. Measurements: 37 x 47 cm; 75 x 55 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Cabayos geminis". 1974 Mixed media on paper Signed, dated and titled in the lower area. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Presents museum glass
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Cabayos geminis". 1974 Mixed media on paper Signed, dated and titled in the lower area. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Presents museum glass

            Est: €1,800 - €2,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Cabayos geminis". 1974 Mixed media on paper Signed, dated and titled in the lower area. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Presents museum glass Measurements: 47 x 88 cm; 65 x 107,5 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Mujeres desnudas en un paisaje de alcachofas cantábricas”. 1973 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Mujeres desnudas en un paisaje de alcachofas cantábricas”. 1973 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached.

            Est: €1,500 - €1,600

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Naked women in a landscape of Cantabrian artichokes". 1973 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated in the lower area. Certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo attached. Measurements: 36 x 55 cm; 55 x 75 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. When he was eighteen years old he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Jinetes en el bosque”. 1973 Acrylic, coloured pencil on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Jinetes en el bosque”. 1973 Acrylic, coloured pencil on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €1,800 - €2,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Riders in the forest". 1973 Acrylic, coloured pencil on paper. Signed, titled and dated in the lower area. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 40 x 54 cm; 56 x 75 cm (frame) Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). “`Pata larga del sur”. 1969 Mixed media, oil on paper. Signed, dated and titled in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). “`Pata larga del sur”. 1969 Mixed media, oil on paper. Signed, dated and titled in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo.

            Est: €800 - €1,000

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Long leg of the south". 1969 Mixed media, oil on paper. Signed, dated and titled in the lower left corner. Enclosed certificate of authenticity issued by Esther Romero Fajardo. Measurements: 30,5 x 24 cm; 38 x 32 cm (frame). Painter, sculptor, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he had his first individual exhibition in the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition dedicated to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 – Munich, 2003). “Bachcantata”, 1991. Construction in metal mesh, oil and wood. Signed, dated and titled on the back.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 – Munich, 2003). “Bachcantata”, 1991. Construction in metal mesh, oil and wood. Signed, dated and titled on the back.

            Est: €400 - €500

            VICTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Bachcantata", 1991. Construction in metal mesh, oil and wood. Signed, dated and titled on the back. Size: 70 x 77 x 5 cm. Sculptor, painter, engraver and writer, his training was basically self-taught. At the age of eighteen he held his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • VICTOR MIRA Zaragoza (1949) / Munich (2003) "Tea ceremony with German teapot", 1987
            Nov. 06, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA Zaragoza (1949) / Munich (2003) "Tea ceremony with German teapot", 1987

            Est: €390 - €520

            Wood, fabric, ceramic and iron with polychrome On the base titled, signed and dated Measurements: 28 x 63 x 34.5 cm

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          • VICTOR MIRA Zaragoza (1949) / Munich (2003) "Still life", 1984
            Nov. 06, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA Zaragoza (1949) / Munich (2003) "Still life", 1984

            Est: €2,700 - €3,600

            Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. On the back titled and dated with seal and label of the Miguel Marcos Gallery, Zaragoza Measurements: 100 x 81 cm

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          • VICTOR MIRA Zaragoza (1949) / Munich (2003) "All my books"
            Nov. 06, 2023

            VICTOR MIRA Zaragoza (1949) / Munich (2003) "All my books"

            Est: €2,700 - €3,600

            Oil on cardboard glued to wood Titled, signed and dated at the bottom. On the back label and seal from the Miguel Marcos Gallery, Zaragoza Measurements: 75.5 x 105 cm

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          • VÍCTOR MIRA
            Oct. 24, 2023

            VÍCTOR MIRA

            Est: €300 - €500

            Víctor Mira (Zaragoza, 1949-Múnich, 2003) Sin título 2. Litografía firmada y marcada H.C a lápiz. Realizada en 1990. 76 x 56 cm. Sin enmarcar.

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          • VÍCTOR MIRA - One Hundred Years
            Oct. 24, 2023

            VÍCTOR MIRA - One Hundred Years

            Est: -

            VÍCTOR MIRA Zaragoza 1949-Munich 2003 One hundred years. 1985 Oil on panel (picture sculpture) Back signed, titled and dated 1985 Measurements 38.5 x 29 x 5 cm

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          • VÍCTOR MIRA - Untitled
            Oct. 24, 2023

            VÍCTOR MIRA - Untitled

            Est: -

            VÍCTOR MIRA Zaragoza 1949-Munich 2003 Untitled Acrylic on cardboard Signed Measurements 56 x 50 cm

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          • VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 – Munich, 2003). "Crucifixion", 1988. Oil on canvas. Presents a label from the Miguel Marcos Gallery (Barcelona). Signed in the lower right corner. Dated and titled on the back.
            Oct. 16, 2023

            VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 – Munich, 2003). "Crucifixion", 1988. Oil on canvas. Presents a label from the Miguel Marcos Gallery (Barcelona). Signed in the lower right corner. Dated and titled on the back.

            Est: €4,000 - €5,000

            VÍCTOR MIRA (Zaragoza, 1949 - Munich, 2003). "Crucifixion", 1988. Oil on canvas. Presents label of the Miguel Marcos Gallery (Barcelona). Signed in the lower right corner. Dated and titled on the back. Measurements. 80 x 100 cm; 90 x 108 cm (frame). At the age of eighteen he has his first individual exhibition at the N'Art gallery in Zaragoza, which was also the first open-air sculpture exhibition held in that city. Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid, where he exhibited in 1973 at the Pol Verdié gallery. During his years in the capital he attended the Encuentros de Pamplona, where he met John Cage. Two years later, in 1974, Ana María Canales published her book "Víctor Mira, eres mi pintor preferido" (Victor Mira, you are my favourite painter). In 1975 she travelled to Heidelberg, where she lived for five months, and that same year she published "El libro de las dos hojas". In 1976 he began to work in Germany on his series "Spanische Haltung" and "Manos". After spending some time between Madrid and Germany, in 1977 he settled in Barcelona. There he began his cycle of paintings "Interiores catalanes con tomate", and in 1979 he published his first book of poems, "El bienestar de los demonios". That same year he had his first solo exhibition in Munich, at the Tanit gallery, and the following year he showed his work in the United States, at the George Staempfli gallery in New York. From then on his international career took off, with exhibitions in Germany, the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Colombia, France, Belgium and Austria, while he continued to exhibit regularly in Spain. In 1983 he travelled to the United States for the first time, invited by the Meadows Museum in Dallas, and that same year he worked in the printmaking workshops of the Southern Methodist University in Dallas and spent five months in New York. Also in 1983, in Barcelona, he produced his first series of iron sculptures, "Cultura del arco" and "Mediodías". In 1997 he was invited to participate in the Art Biennale in New York by Amy Chaiklin, and six years later, shortly before his death, he was awarded the prize for the best living Spanish artist at the ARCO Fair. The most recent retrospective exhibition devoted to this artist was held in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the Beck & Eggeling gallery. Works by Mira are held in museums and private collections all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Fine Arts Museums of Vitoria and Zaragoza, the Beulas Foundation in Huesca, and the Museo Colecciones ICO in Madrid, among others.

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          • Mira, Victor
            Oct. 14, 2023

            Mira, Victor

            Est: €240 - €360

            (1949 Saragossa - 2003). La Mesa. Öl auf Leinwand, 1986. Ca. 55 x 46 cm. Unten rechts sign., verso betitelt und datiert. D

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