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Painter, b. 1931 - d. 2005

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          • ZUSH. ALBERT PORTA
            Mar. 26, 2024

            ZUSH. ALBERT PORTA

            Est: €400 - €600

            Zush. Albert Porta (Barcelona, 1946) Vovlusos. Grabado firmado y numerado 40/50 a lápiz. Realizado en 1996. 76 x 56 cm. Sin enmarcar.

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN
            Mar. 26, 2024

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN

            Est: €450 - €650

            Joan Hernández Pijuan (Barcelona, 1931-2005) HP 17 y HP 12. Lote de dos grabados al aguafuerte y aguatinta sobre papel Guarro. Firmados, numerados 19/50 y H.C y fechados en 1980 a lápiz. Edita La Polígrafa. Bibliografía. Reproducidos en el libro: "Hernández Pijuan. Obra gráfica 1954-1980", por Charles Goerg y Rosa Queralt. Pág.: 119 y 122. Editorial La Polígrafa. Barcelona, 1981. 76 x 56 cm. y 59 x 40 cm. Sin enmarcar.

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          • Joan Hernández Pijuan. 1:100 Scale Series
            Mar. 20, 2024

            Joan Hernández Pijuan. 1:100 Scale Series

            Est: -

            Etching on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (HC - Hors Commerce) in the lower left corner. Edited by Gustavo Gili, Barcelona. Work referenced on the artist's website (hernandezpijuan.org).

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. the cells
            Mar. 20, 2024

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. the cells

            Est: -

            Folder with five lithographs on Arches paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (1/35) in the lower left corner. Includes editor's cloth-lined folder. Edited by Gustavo Gili, Barcelona. Works referenced on the artist's website (hernandezpijuan.org).

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Projects for a landscape nº 6
            Mar. 19, 2024

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Projects for a landscape nº 6

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 Projects for a landscape no. 6. 1976 Lithography on BFK Rives paper Signed in pencil and dated 1976 Numbered 74/75 Measurements 56 x 76 cm Edita Grupo Quince, Madrid 1976 BIBLIOGRAPHY Elvira Maluquer, "Joan Hernández Pijuan. Graphic Work 1954-1980", Ediciones Polígrafa, Barcelona 1981, no. 102, Page 101

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Indoor Plant
            Mar. 19, 2024

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Indoor Plant

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 Indoor Plant. 1985 Etching and aquatint on paper Signed in pencil and dated 1985 PA (Artist's proof) 6/10 Measurements 76 x 55 cm Edita Décaro, Madrid 1985 < br> BIBLIOGRAPHY Joan Hernández Pijuan, "Joan Hernández Pijuan. Graphic Work II, 1982-1990", Ed. Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao 1991, no. 204. Page 59

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Ciprés-2
            Mar. 19, 2024

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Ciprés-2

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 Ciprés-2. 2001 Aquatint on Japanese laminated paper on Velin de Arches Signed in pencil and dated 2001 Numbered 44/50 Measurements 57.5 x 39.5 cm (imprint); 76 x 56.5 cm (paper) Edita Caja Madrid 2001 Original folder + Justification of the edition is attached BIBLIOGRAPHY Joan Hernández Maluquer, "Joan Hernández Pijuan. Graphic Work III, 1991-2002", Ed. Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving Foundation, Marbella 2002, no. 476. Page 169

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. No title
            Feb. 21, 2024

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. No title

            Est: -

            Lithograph on paper with watermark from the Gaspar Room. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (66/75) in the lower left corner. Rust points on the right side (without affecting the footprint).

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          • Joan Hernández Pijuan. White Rose
            Feb. 21, 2024

            Joan Hernández Pijuan. White Rose

            Est: -

            Oleogravure and aquatint on Arches paper. Signed and dated (87) in the lower right corner. Numbered (33/50) in the lower left corner. Edited by Línea, Madrid. Bibliography: - DE BARANDRIARÁN, J. and BAKEDANO, J.: Hernández Pijuan, Obra Gráfica II 1982-1990. Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao. Bilbao, 1991. Page 99. Inv. No.: 244. Rep. Col.

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - AL Osaka
            Feb. 06, 2024

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - AL Osaka

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 AL Osaka. 1982 Lithograph on Guarro paper Signed in pencil and dated 1982 Numbered 64/99 Measurements 76 x 56 cm Edita y Estampa Polígrafa, Barcelona 1982 BIBLIOGRAPHY br> Joan Hernández Pijuan, "Joan Hernández Pijuan. Graphic Work II, 1982-1990", Ed. Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao 1991, no. 148. Page 3

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled, 1956. Oil on paper adhered to board. Signed, dated and dedicated in the upper left corner.
            Jan. 30, 2024

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled, 1956. Oil on paper adhered to board. Signed, dated and dedicated in the upper left corner.

            Est: €7,000 - €9,000

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled, 1956. Oil on paper adhered to board. Signed, dated and dedicated in the upper left corner. Measurements: 50 x 64 cm; 81 x 97 cm (frame). This oil on paper belongs to an early stage of the artist in which he was interested in formal simplification, influenced by both avant-garde expressionism and Romanesque art. Joan Hernández Pijuan began his training in Barcelona, attending the La Lonja and Sant Jordi Schools of Fine Arts, before completing his studies at the School of Fine Arts in Paris. Appointed professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona in 1981, Hernández Pijuan occupies a unique position among Spanish artists of recent decades. The strength of his creative individuality places him on the fringes of the successive dominant trends and fashions, but does not prevent us from recognising in his work a profound identification with the aesthetic concerns of his time. Hernández Pijuan began his career practising a tragic expressionism with a strong social charge, and at this time he formed, together with the other members of the Sílex Group, the so-called Barcelona School. In the seventies he simplified his expression to the point of adopting geometric figuration, a style he left behind in the following decade to focus on informalism. In fact, interest in and fascination with this painter's career continues to be as strong as ever, and he is the subject of new exhibitions and public displays of his work. During his lifetime he had solo exhibitions in several Spanish cities as well as in Zurich, Milan, Johannesburg, Cologne, Geneva, New York, Paris and Osaka, among other cities around the world, and in 2003 he was the subject of a major retrospective exhibition at the MACBA in Barcelona, which was subsequently shown at the Musée d'Art et Histoire de Neuchatel (France), the Konsthalle de Malmö (Sweden) and the Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna in Bologna (Italy). Even after his death his work has continued to be shown internationally, as evidenced by the exhibitions dedicated to his work held at the Flowers Gallery in London (2006), the Cervantes Institutes in New York, Chicago and Lisbon (2007), the Museo de Arte Abstracto Español in Cuenca (2008), the Andres Thalmann Gallery in Zurich (2009), the Baukunst in Cologne (2010), the Altana Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg (Germany, 2011) and the Museum of Modern Art in Moscow (2012), among many others. Hernández Pijuan was dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, and in 2000 he was appointed a member of the Real Academia de San Fernando in Madrid. In 1981 he received the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, in 1985 the Cruz de Sant Jordi and, in 2004, the City of Barcelona Prize. He was also awarded the Prize of the Directorate General of Fine Arts at the National Exhibition in Alicante in 1957, the First Prize for Painting "Peintres Residents" in Paris (1958), the "Malibor" Prize at the Ljubljana Biennial of Engraving (1965), the International Biennial of Engraving in Krakow (1966) and the "Vijesnik u Srijedu" editorial prize in Zagreb (1970). Hernández Pijuán is represented at the MACBA, the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art in Cuenca, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano Museum in Valladolid and the Basque Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as in foreign centres such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Liaunig (Austria), the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, the Helsinki Museum of Fine Arts in Finland, the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art in Finland, the Helsinki Museum of Fine Arts in Finland and the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art in Finland, those of Contemporary Art in Helsinki and Luxembourg, the Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg (Austria), the Yamaguchi Gallery in Osaka (Japan), the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels, the National Gallery in Montreal, the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires and the Sztuki Museum in Lodz (Poland).

            Setdart Auction House
          • Joan Hernández Pijuan. Cases i Arbres
            Jan. 24, 2024

            Joan Hernández Pijuan. Cases i Arbres

            Est: -

            Aquatint with laminated china paper on Guarro paper. Signed and dated (89) in the lower right corner. Numbered (3/35) in the lower left corner. Edited by Polígrafa SA, Barcelona. Bibliography: - DE BARANDRIARÁN, J. and BAKEDANO, J.: Hernández Pijuan, Obra Gráfica II 1982-1990. Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao. Bilbao, 1991. Page 148. Inv. No.: 293. Rep. Col.

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          • JOAN HERNÀNDEZ PIJUAN GRAPHICS
            Jan. 20, 2024

            JOAN HERNÀNDEZ PIJUAN GRAPHICS

            Est: €240 - €400

            PIJUAN, JOAN HERNÁNDEZ (Barcelona 1831-2005 ibid.), color etching on laid paper: "Escala 1-100 VII", 1975, signed "Hernandez Pijuan" in pencil lower right and limited 18/35 lower left. Joan Hernandez Pijuan studied at the Academy in Barcelona, where he later held a professorship himself; he is one of the most important Spanish painters and graphic artists of the present day. Sheet size 65 x 50 cm. Unframed in passepartout; impeccable impression. Provenance: art tradePIJUAN, JOAN HERNÁNDEZ (Barcelona 1831-2005 ebd.), Farbradierung auf Bütten: "Escala 1-100 VII", 1975, unten rechts mit Bleistift signiert "Hernandez Pijuan" und unten links limitiert 18/35. Joan Hernandez Pijuan studierte an der Akademie in Barcelona, wo er später selbst eine Professur innehatte; er zählt zu den bedeutendsten spanischen Malern und Grafikern der Gegenwart. Blattgröße 65 x 50 cm. Ungerahmt im Passepartout; tadelloser Druck. Provenienz: Kunsthandel.

            Auktionshaus Rheine
          • JOAN HERNÀNDEZ PIJUAN GRAPHICS
            Jan. 20, 2024

            JOAN HERNÀNDEZ PIJUAN GRAPHICS

            Est: €240 - €400

            PIJUAN, JOAN HERNÁNDEZ (Barcelona 1831-2005 ibid.), color etching on laid paper: "Escala", 1975, signed "Hernandez Pijuan" in pencil lower right and limited 18/35 lower left. Joan Hernandez Pijuan studied at the Academy in Barcelona, where he later held a professorship himself; he is one of the most important Spanish painters and graphic artists of the present day. Sheet size 65 x 50 cm. Unframed in passepartout; impeccable impression. Provenance: art trade.PIJUAN, JOAN HERNÁNDEZ (Barcelona 1831-2005 ebd.), Farbradierung auf Bütten: "Escala", 1975, unten rechts mit Bleistift signiert "Hernandez Pijuan" und unten links limitiert 18/35. Joan Hernandez Pijuan studierte an der Akademie in Barcelona, wo er später selbst eine Professur innehatte; er zählt zu den bedeutendsten spanischen Malern und Grafikern der Gegenwart. Blattgröße 65 x 50 cm. Ungerahmt im Passepartout; tadelloser Druck. Provenienz: Kunsthandel.

            Auktionshaus Rheine
          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 ST (Roturat-2). 1999 Aquatint on Guarr
            Dec. 12, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 ST (Roturat-2). 1999 Aquatint on Guarr

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 ST (Roturat-2). 1999 Aquatint on Guarro paper Signed in pencil and dated 1999 Numbered 27/99 Measurements 27.5 x 48.5 cm (imprint); 38.5 x 57 cm (paper) Edited by the National Technical Architecture Council, Madrid 1999 BIBLIOGRAPHY Joan Hernández Maluquer, "Joan Hernández Pijuan. Graphic Work III, 1991-2002", Ed. Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving Foundation, Marbella 2002, no. 416. Page 113

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          • Joan Hernández Pijuan (1931 Barcelona 2005)
            Dec. 09, 2023

            Joan Hernández Pijuan (1931 Barcelona 2005)

            Est: €600 - €800

            Flors Blaves. 1997. Vier Farbaquatinta-Radierungen, jeweils auf Velin. Jeweils unterhalb der Darstellung mit Bleistift signiert, datiert und nummeriert: Hernández Pijuan, 97, 47/50. Blattmaß jeweils: 38 x 57,5 cm.

            AaG Auktionshaus am Grunewald
          • Joan Hernández Pijuan. 20 cm on grid
            Nov. 22, 2023

            Joan Hernández Pijuan. 20 cm on grid

            Est: -

            Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Signed, dated (1972) and titled on the back. Provenance: - René Metrás Gallery, Barcelona (Label on the back). - Private collection. Bibliography: - GARRUT, José María: Two centuries of Catalan painting (XIX-XX). Iberian European Editions. Madrid, 1974.

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. Untitled
            Nov. 22, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. Untitled

            Est: -

            Litografía sobre papel con marca de agua de la Sala Gaspar. Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. Numerada (prova d'artista - Prueba de Artista) en el ángulo inferior izquierdo.

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          • Joan Hernández Pijuan. Flor per a l'escola Eina
            Nov. 22, 2023

            Joan Hernández Pijuan. Flor per a l'escola Eina

            Est: -

            Litografía sobre papel Guarro. Firmada y fechada (87) en el ángulo inferior derecho. Numerada (H. C. - 6/15) en el ángulo inferior izquierdo. Al dorso, titulada. Editada por Escola Eina, Barcelona. Bibliografía: - DE BARANDRIARÁN, J. y BAKEDANO, J.: Hernández Pijuan, Obra Gráfica II 1982-1990. Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao. Bilbao, 1991. Pág. 116. Inv. Nº: 261. Rep. Col

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled, 1956. Oil on paper adhered to board. Signed, dated and dedicated in the upper left corner.
            Nov. 14, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled, 1956. Oil on paper adhered to board. Signed, dated and dedicated in the upper left corner.

            Est: €7,000 - €9,000

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled, 1956. Oil on paper adhered to board. Signed, dated and dedicated in the upper left corner. Measurements: 50 x 64 cm; 81 x 97 cm (frame). This oil on paper belongs to an early stage of the artist in which he was interested in formal simplification, influenced by both avant-garde expressionism and Romanesque art. Joan Hernández Pijuan began his training in Barcelona, attending the La Lonja and Sant Jordi Schools of Fine Arts, before completing his studies at the School of Fine Arts in Paris. Appointed professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona in 1981, Hernández Pijuan occupies a unique position among Spanish artists of recent decades. The strength of his creative individuality places him on the fringes of the successive dominant trends and fashions, but does not prevent us from recognising in his work a profound identification with the aesthetic concerns of his time. Hernández Pijuan began his career practising a tragic expressionism with a strong social charge, and at this time he formed, together with the other members of the Sílex Group, the so-called Barcelona School. In the seventies he simplified his expression to the point of adopting geometric figuration, a style he left behind in the following decade to focus on informalism. In fact, interest in and fascination with this painter's career continues to be as strong as ever, and he is the subject of new exhibitions and public displays of his work. During his lifetime he had solo exhibitions in several Spanish cities as well as in Zurich, Milan, Johannesburg, Cologne, Geneva, New York, Paris and Osaka, among other cities around the world, and in 2003 he was the subject of a major retrospective exhibition at the MACBA in Barcelona, which was subsequently shown at the Musée d'Art et Histoire de Neuchatel (France), the Konsthalle de Malmö (Sweden) and the Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna in Bologna (Italy). Even after his death his work has continued to be shown internationally, as evidenced by the exhibitions dedicated to his work held at the Flowers Gallery in London (2006), the Cervantes Institutes in New York, Chicago and Lisbon (2007), the Museo de Arte Abstracto Español in Cuenca (2008), the Andres Thalmann Gallery in Zurich (2009), the Baukunst in Cologne (2010), the Altana Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg (Germany, 2011) and the Museum of Modern Art in Moscow (2012), among many others. Hernández Pijuan was dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, and in 2000 he was appointed a member of the Real Academia de San Fernando in Madrid. In 1981 he received the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, in 1985 the Cruz de Sant Jordi and, in 2004, the City of Barcelona Prize. He was also awarded the Prize of the Directorate General of Fine Arts at the National Exhibition in Alicante in 1957, the First Prize for Painting "Peintres Residents" in Paris (1958), the "Malibor" Prize at the Ljubljana Biennial of Engraving (1965), the International Biennial of Engraving in Krakow (1966) and the "Vijesnik u Srijedu" editorial prize in Zagreb (1970). Hernández Pijuán is represented at the MACBA, the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art in Cuenca, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano Museum in Valladolid and the Basque Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as in foreign centres such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Liaunig (Austria), the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, the Helsinki Museum of Fine Arts in Finland, the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art in Finland, the Helsinki Museum of Fine Arts in Finland and the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art in Finland, those of Contemporary Art in Helsinki and Luxembourg, the Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg (Austria), the Yamaguchi Gallery in Osaka (Japan), the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels, the National Gallery in Montreal, the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires and the Sztuki Museum in Lodz (Poland).

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          • Joan Hernández Pijuan. UNtitled - Alzina
            Oct. 25, 2023

            Joan Hernández Pijuan. UNtitled - Alzina

            Est: -

            Pencil drawing on squared paper. Signed in the lower right corner.

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. No title
            Oct. 25, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. No title

            Est: -

            Lithograph on paper with watermark from the Gaspar Room. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (66/75) in the lower left corner. Rust points on the right side (without affecting the footprint).

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. the cells
            Oct. 25, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. the cells

            Est: -

            Folder with five lithographs on Arches paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (1/35) in the lower left corner. Includes editor's cloth-lined folder. Edited by Gustavo Gili, Barcelona. Works referenced on the artist's website (hernandezpijuan.org).

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          • Joan Hernández Pijuan. 1:100 Scale Series
            Oct. 25, 2023

            Joan Hernández Pijuan. 1:100 Scale Series

            Est: -

            Etching on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (HC - Hors Commerce) in the lower left corner. Edited by Gustavo Gili, Barcelona. Work referenced on the artist's website (hernandezpijuan.org).

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. A white triangle
            Oct. 25, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. A white triangle

            Est: -

            Lithograph on Arches paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (15/75) in the lower left corner.

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN. “Del jardín III”. (d)
            Oct. 05, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN. “Del jardín III”. (d)

            Est: €600 - €700

            Aquatint Signed and numbered 23/25. Made in 1997 and published by Línea de Lanzarote. 60x108 cm.

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN. " A.L. Barcelona III". (d)
            Oct. 05, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN. " A.L. Barcelona III". (d)

            Est: €600 - €650

            Lithograph Signed and justified HC 75x55cm.

            Balclis
          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUÁN Barcelona (1931 / 2006) "Untitled", 1972
            Oct. 04, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUÁN Barcelona (1931 / 2006) "Untitled", 1972

            Est: €4,200 - €5,600

            Oil on canvas Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Signed and dated on the back. Measurements: 33 x 24 cm

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Flower
            Sep. 19, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Flower

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 Flor. 1986 Etching on Arches paper Signed in pencil and dated 1986 Numbered 45/50 Measurements 44.5 x 34.5 cm (imprint); 76 x 56 cm (paper) Edita y Estampa Polígrafa, Barcelona 1986

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (1931-2005), C
            Aug. 29, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (1931-2005), C

            Est: -

            Joan Hernández Pijuan (1931-2005), Catalan painter and graphic artist, studied in Barcelona, where he himself held a professorship from 1976. Blue iris, color aquatint, signed by hand lower right, numbered lower left 1150, 23 x 14 cm, behind passepartout 42 x 32 cm

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). "Cases i arbres", 1989. Ink on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
            Jul. 25, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). "Cases i arbres", 1989. Ink on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.

            Est: €1,200 - €1,600

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). "Cases i arbres", 1989. Ink on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 33 x 45 cm; 54 x 66 cm (frame). Joan Hernández Pijuan began his training in Barcelona, attending the La Lonja and Sant Jordi Schools of Fine Arts, later completing his training at the School of Fine Arts in Paris. Appointed professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona in 1981, Hernández Pijuan occupies a unique position among Spanish artists of recent decades. He began his career practising a highly socially charged tragic expressionism, and at this time he formed, together with the other members of the Grupo Sílex, the so-called Barcelona School. In the 1970s he simplified his expression to the point of adopting a geometric and calculated figuration, a style he left behind in the following decade to focus on informalism. His exhibition activity was as wide-ranging and diverse as his own artistic creation. During his lifetime he had solo exhibitions in several Spanish cities as well as in Zurich, Milan, Johannesburg, Cologne, Geneva, New York, Paris and Osaka, among other cities around the world, and in 2003 he was the subject of a major retrospective exhibition at the MACBA in Barcelona, which was subsequently shown at the Musée d'Art et Histoire de Neuchatel (France), the Konsthalle de Malmö (Sweden) and the Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna in Bologna (Italy). Hernández Pijuan was dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, and in 2000 he was appointed member of the Real Academia de San Fernando in Madrid. In 1981 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, in 1985 the Cruz de Sant Jordi and, in 2004, the City of Barcelona Prize. He was also awarded the Prize of the Directorate General of Fine Arts at the National Exhibition in Alicante in 1957, the First Prize for Painting "Peintres Residents" in Paris (1958), the "Malibor" Prize at the Ljubljana Biennial of Engraving (1965), the International Biennial of Engraving in Krakow (1966) and the "Vijesnik u Srijedu" editorial prize in Zagreb (1970). Hernández Pijuan is represented at the MACBA, the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art in Cuenca, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano Museum in Valladolid and the Basque Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as in foreign centres such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Liaunig (Austria), those of Contemporary Art in Helsinki and Luxembourg, the Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg (Austria), the Yamaguchi Gallery in Osaka (Japan), the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels, the National Gallery in Montreal, the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires and the Sztuki Museum in Lodz (Poland).

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          • HERNANDEZ PIJUAN, JOAN (1931 - 2005)
            Jul. 19, 2023

            HERNANDEZ PIJUAN, JOAN (1931 - 2005)

            Est: -

            Etching and aquatint on paper with watermark from the Sala Gaspar. Signed, dated (18-3-1969) and dedicated in the lower right corner. Numbered (prova d'artista) in the lower left corner. Work referenced on the artist's website (hernandezpijuan.org).

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Scale 1:100 (The Kite Prints)
            Jul. 04, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Scale 1:100 (The Kite Prints)

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 Scale 1:100 (Las Estampas de la Cometa). 1975 Case containing 11 etchings by the artist, on Arches paper, all signed in pencil and numbered 22/35. Accompanied by a poem by Carles Camps i Mundó. Edited by Gustavo Gili, Barcelona 1975 Measurements 65.5 x 50.5 cm (each engraving); 68.5 x 53 x 5 cm (case) BIBLIOGRAPHY Elvira Maluquer, "Joan Hernández Pijuan. Graphic Work 1954-1980", Ediciones Polígrafa, Barcelona 1981, nº 73-83. P. 87-92

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Vertical with glass
            Jul. 04, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Vertical with glass

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 Vertical with glass. 1968 Oil on canvas Back signed, titled and dated 1968 Measurements 81 x 116 cm

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijoan. Ocher amb xiprers (1987)
            Jun. 28, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijoan. Ocher amb xiprers (1987)

            Est: -

            Oil on canvas. Signed and dated (87) in the lower right corner. Titled, signed and dated on the back. Provenance: - Galería d'Art Sant LLuc, Olot (Label on the back). - Galería Joan Prats, Barcelona (Label on the back).

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. the cells
            Jun. 28, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. the cells

            Est: -

            Folder with five lithographs on Arches paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (1/35) in the lower left corner. Includes folder covered in publisher's cloth. Edited by Gustavo Gili, Barcelona. Works referenced on the artist's website (hernandezpijuan.org).

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          • Joan Hernández Pijuan
            Jun. 17, 2023

            Joan Hernández Pijuan

            Est: €80 - €200

            Joan Hernández Pijuan 1931 Barcelona - 2005 Barcelona - "Gerro ocre" - Farbradierung/Bütten. 42/50. 56,4 x 37,5 cm, 65 x 44 cm (Passepartoutausschnitt). Sign. und dat. r. u.: Hernández Pijuan (19)87. Verso auf Galerieetikett (Galerie Depelmann, Langenhagen) bez. Unterlegkarton. Passepartout. - Provenienz: Galerie Depelmann, Langenhagen.

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          • Joan Hernández Pijuan
            Jun. 17, 2023

            Joan Hernández Pijuan

            Est: €150 - €300

            Joan Hernández Pijuan 1931 Barcelona - 2005 Barcelona - De la finestra - Farbradierung/Papier. 30/50. 70 x 100 cm, 73 x 102 cm (Passepartoutausschnitt). Sign. und dat. r. u.: Hernández Pijuan. Verso auf Galerieetikett (Galerie Depelmann, Langenhagen) bez. Passepartout. Unter Glas gerahmt. Leicht stockfleckig. - Provenienz: Galerie Depelmann, Langenhagen.

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. No title
            May. 30, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. No title

            Est: -

            Gouache on paper. Signed and dated (75) in the lower right corner.

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. No title
            May. 30, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. No title

            Est: -

            Gouache and pencil on paper. Signed and dated (75) in the lower right corner.

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Roturat II
            May. 23, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Roturat II

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 Roturat II. 1997 Aquatint on Guarro paper Signed in pencil and dated 1997 Numbered 33/50 Measurements 76.5 x 112.5 cm Publishes and prints Polygraph Graphic Work, Barcelona 1997 PROVENANCE (label on the back) Galería Vértice, Oviedo Private collection BIBLIOGRAPHY Joan Hernández Maluquer, "Joan Hernández Pijuan. Graphic Work III, 1991-2002", Ed. Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving Foundation, Marbella 2002, No. 403, Page 100

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUÁN Barcelona (1931 / 2006) "20 cms. on grid", 1972
            May. 09, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUÁN Barcelona (1931 / 2006) "20 cms. on grid", 1972

            Est: €7,500 - €10,000

            Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. On the back signed, dated, titled and with a label from the René Métras Gallery in Barcelona. Reproduced in Garrut, J.Mª, "Two centuries of Catalan painting", Iberian Europe, Madrid, 1974, p.514 (reproduced) Measurements: 61 x 50 cm

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUÁN Barcelona (1931 / 2006) "Untitled", 1972
            May. 09, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUÁN Barcelona (1931 / 2006) "Untitled", 1972

            Est: €5,250 - €7,000

            Oil on canvas Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Signed and dated on the back. Measurements: 33 x 24 cm

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled. 1954. Oil on paper. Signed and dated in the upper right corner.
            Apr. 24, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled. 1954. Oil on paper. Signed and dated in the upper right corner.

            Est: €1,400 - €1,600

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled. 1954. Oil on paper. Signed and dated in the upper right corner. Measurements: 43 x 26.5 cm; 60 x 44 cm (frame). Early work of Hernández Pijuan's production, interesting for its singularity, in the framework of the formative period of an artist who in his maturity would turn towards abstraction. Joan Hernández Pijuan began his training in Barcelona, attending the La Lonja and Sant Jordi Schools of Fine Arts, later completing his training at the School of Fine Arts in Paris. Appointed professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona in 1981, Hernández Pijuan occupies a unique position among Spanish artists of recent decades. The strength of his creative individuality places him on the fringes of the successive dominant trends and fashions, but does not prevent us from recognising in his work a profound identification with the aesthetic concerns of his time. Throughout his career he has produced paintings on canvas, works on paper and aquatint engravings, lithographs and other printmaking techniques. Hernández Pijuan began his career practising a tragic expressionism with a strong social charge, and at this time he formed, together with the other members of the Sílex Group, the so-called Barcelona School. In the 1970s he simplified his expression to the point of adopting a geometric and calculated figuration, a style he left behind in the following decade to focus on Informalism. His exhibition activity was as wide-ranging and diverse as his own artistic creation. Whether individually or in the company of other artists, Hernández Pijuan made a major impact in artistic circles around the world. Indeed, interest in and fascination with the painter's career continues as ever, with new exhibitions and public displays of his work. During his lifetime he had solo exhibitions in several Spanish cities as well as in Zurich, Milan, Johannesburg, Cologne, Geneva, New York, Paris and Osaka, among other cities around the world, and in 2003 he was the subject of a major retrospective exhibition at the MACBA in Barcelona, which was subsequently shown at the Musée d'Art et Histoire de Neuchatel (France), the Konsthalle de Malmö (Sweden) and the Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna in Bologna (Italy). Even after his death his work has continued to be shown internationally, as evidenced by the exhibitions dedicated to his work held at the Flowers Gallery in London (2006), the Cervantes Institutes in New York, Chicago and Lisbon (2007), the Museo de Arte Abstracto Español in Cuenca (2008), the Andres Thalmann Gallery in Zurich (2009), the Baukunst in Cologne (2010), the Altana Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg (Germany, 2011) and the Museum of Modern Art in Moscow (2012), among many others. Hernández Pijuan was dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, and in 2000 he was appointed a member of the Real Academia de San Fernando in Madrid. In 1981 he received the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, in 1985 the Cruz de Sant Jordi and, in 2004, the City of Barcelona Prize. He was also awarded the Prize of the Directorate General of Fine Arts at the National Exhibition in Alicante in 1957, the First Prize for Painting "Peintres Residents" in Paris (1958), the "Malibor" Prize at the Ljubljana Biennial of Engraving (1965), the International Biennial of Engraving in Krakow (1966) and the "Vijesnik u Srijedu" editorial prize in Zagreb (1970).

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 – 2005). Untitled, 2002. Oil on craft paper. It presents a stamp on the back of the Joan Prats Gallery (Barcelona). Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
            Mar. 29, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 – 2005). Untitled, 2002. Oil on craft paper. It presents a stamp on the back of the Joan Prats Gallery (Barcelona). Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN (Barcelona, 1931 - 2005). Untitled, 2002. Oil on handmade paper. With Joan Prats Gallery (Barcelona) stamp on the back. Signed and dated in the lower right-hand corner. Measurements: 40 x 72 cm; 61 x 93 cm (frame). In this piece, which belongs to the artist's last period, his idiosyncratic language can be appreciated. It is the culmination of a personal aesthetic dominated by the gesture that is imprinted in the singularity of each of the points that make up the composition. The ideas of space and its limits become in this case a visual metaphor where the repetition resulting from the artist's organisational interest, present throughout his career, becomes a symbolic meaning of lyrical expression where the elements are reduced to the maximum. Joan Hernández Pijuan began his training in Barcelona, attending the La Lonja and Sant Jordi Schools of Fine Arts, and later completed his training at the School of Fine Arts in Paris. Appointed professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona in 1981, Hernández Pijuan occupies a unique position among Spanish artists of recent decades. The strength of his creative individuality places him on the fringes of the successive dominant trends and fashions, but does not prevent us from recognising in his work a profound identification with the aesthetic concerns of his time. Throughout his career he has produced paintings on canvas, works on paper and aquatint engravings, lithographs and other printmaking techniques. Hernández Pijuan began his career practising a tragic expressionism with a strong social charge, and at this time he formed, together with the other members of the Sílex Group, the so-called Barcelona School. In the 1970s he simplified his expression to the point of adopting a geometric and calculated figuration, a style he left behind in the following decade to focus on Informalism. His exhibition activity was as wide-ranging and diverse as his own artistic creation. Whether individually or in the company of other artists, Hernández Pijuan made a major impact in artistic circles around the world. Indeed, interest in and fascination with this painter's career continues as ever, and he is the subject of new exhibitions and public displays of his work. During his lifetime he had solo exhibitions in several Spanish cities as well as in Zurich, Milan, Johannesburg, Cologne, Geneva, New York, Paris and Osaka, among other cities around the world, and in 2003 he was the subject of a major retrospective exhibition at the MACBA in Barcelona, which was subsequently shown at the Musée d'Art et Histoire de Neuchatel (France), the Konsthalle de Malmö (Sweden) and the Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna in Bologna (Italy). Even after his death his work has continued to be shown internationally, as evidenced by the exhibitions dedicated to his work held at the Flowers Gallery in London (2006), the Cervantes Institutes in New York, Chicago and Lisbon (2007), the Museo de Arte Abstracto Español in Cuenca (2008), the Andres Thalmann Gallery in Zurich (2009), the Baukunst in Cologne (2010), the Altana Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg (Germany, 2011) and the Museum of Modern Art in Moscow (2012), among many others. Hernández Pijuan was dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, and in 2000 he was appointed a member of the Real Academia de San Fernando in Madrid. In 1981 he received the National Prize for Plastic Arts, in 1985 the Sant Jordi Cross and in 2004 the City of Barcelona Prize. He was also awarded the Prize of the Directorate General of Fine Arts at the National Exhibition in Alicante in 1957, the First Prize for Painting "Peintres Residents" in Paris (1958), the "Malibor" Prize at the Ljubljana Biennial of Engraving (1965), the International Biennial of Engraving in Krakow (1966) and the "Vijesnik u Srijedu" editorial prize in Zagreb (1970).

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          • JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Flors Blaves I
            Mar. 28, 2023

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN - Flors Blaves I

            Est: -

            JOAN HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN Barcelona 1931-2005 Flors Blaves I. 1999 Aquatint on Chinese paper laminated on Arches Signed in pencil and dated 1999 Numbered 13/75 Measures 17 x 25 cm (footprint); 31.5 x 40.5 cm (paper) Edita INDRA, Madrid 1999 BIBLIOGRAPHY Joan Hernández Maluquer, "Joan Hernández Pijuan. Graphic Work III, 1991-2002", Ed. Fundación Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving, Marbella 2002, No. 429. Page 124.

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. the cells
            Mar. 22, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. the cells

            Est: -

            Folder with five lithographs on Arches paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (1/35) in the lower left corner. Includes folder covered in publisher's cloth. Edited by Gustavo Gili, Barcelona. Works referenced on the artist's website (hernandezpijuan.org).

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          • Joan Hernandez Pijuan. Untitled
            Mar. 09, 2023

            Joan Hernandez Pijuan. Untitled

            Est: -

            Lithograph on paper with watermark from the Sala Gaspar. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (prova d'artista - Artist's Proof) in the lower left corner.

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