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Painter, Illustrator, Sculptor, b. 1910 - d. 1979

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      • LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Still life". 1969. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower margin. Provenance: José María Moreno Galván collection.
        May. 13, 2024

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Still life". 1969. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower margin. Provenance: José María Moreno Galván collection.

        Est: €4,000 - €5,000

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Still life". 1969. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower margin. Provenance: José María Moreno Galván collection. Measurements: 30 x 40 cm; 33 x 43 cm (frame). Scene of interior in which the artist arranges a recurrent subject in the history of art as it is the still life. However, he exposes this genre from a modern point of view where the artist plays with the juxtaposition of elemental forms and a range of saturated colors applied in planes that are diluted and independent of objects and realism. A draftsman, painter, engraver and writer, Luis Seoane was educated in A Coruña, where he worked as a lawyer and was a member of the Partigo Galeguista, and in 1936 he settled in Buenos Aires. In his youth he participated in the political and cultural activity of the students of A Coruña and, according to the historian and journalist Carlos Fernández Santander, Seoane could be the author who, under the pseudonym of Hernán Quijano, wrote "Galicia Mártir. Episodes of the white terror in the Galician provinces", a book published in Paris and Argentina in 1938. In 1932 he graduated in Law and Social Sciences in Santiago de Compostela, and during these years he began his career in various fields. Thus, between 1927 and 1933 he militated in republican and autonomist left-wing parties, illustrated books and magazines and held his first exhibitions. In 1934 he returned to A Coruña from Santiago and began to work as a lawyer, while sharing gatherings with Huici, Cebreiro, Fernández Mazas, Del Valle, Julio J. Casal, Francisco Miguel and others. That same year he joined the Partido Galeguista. Two years later he took part in the campaign for the Statute of Autonomy, but when the war broke out he was forced to flee to the Argentine capital. Once settled in Buenos Aires, he kept in touch with other compatriots exiled from Franco's regime, among them the painter Leopoldo Nóvoa and the activist María Miramontes. In 1937 he published his first book there, "Trece estampas de la traición". Three years later he founded the collections "Hórreo" and "Dorna" in EMECÉ Editores, and in 1943 he created the magazine "Correo Literario" and Editorial Nova. Two years later, his "Homenaje a la Torre de Hércules" (Homage to the Tower of Hercules) was awarded in New York. In 1948 he founded the publishing house Botella al Mar, and the following year he made a trip to Europe and exhibited in London. Between 1952 and 1962 he exhibited in New York, founded the magazine "Galicia Emigrante" and the publishing house Citania, and was awarded prizes such as the medal of the Universal Exhibition of Brussels, the medal of the Senate of the Argentine Nation (1958) or the Palanza Prize (1962). At the same time, he worked for the Buenos Aires gallery Gordons, directed by Roberto Mackintosh, an expert and connoisseur of his work. In the last decades of his life he alternated his residence in America with trips to Galicia, and in 1977 the first complete edition of his poetic work was published. Between 1963 and 1979 he held exhibitions in Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil and other countries. In 1994 the Day of the Galician Letters was dedicated to him, and in 2003 the Galician Center of Contemporary Art, in Santiago de Compostela, dedicated an important retrospective exhibition to him, which was later taken to the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires. He is currently represented in the Caixanova Collection, among many others.

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      • ATTRIBUTED TO LUIS SEOANE SPANISH GOUACHE PAINTING
        May. 12, 2024

        ATTRIBUTED TO LUIS SEOANE SPANISH GOUACHE PAINTING

        Est: $100 - $150

        Attributed to Luis Seoane, Argentinian, Spanish, 1910 to 1979, gouache painting on paper depicting a portrait of a man dressed in a costume. Signed lower right. Matted. Luis Seoane is known for Draughtsman, painter, engraver, and writer. Luis Seoane was a Spanish artist born in A Coruna in an unknown year. He was a draughtsman, painter, engraver, and writer who trained in A Coruna and practised as a lawyer. He is usually included in the group of Os renovadores, the renovators of Galician art in the first third of the 20th century. Modern and Contemporary Latin American Fine Art, Portrait Paintings, Wall Art, and Collectibles. One of a kind artwork.

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      • LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Conspiring", 1945. Watercolor and ink on paper. Work published in "The Georgics" by Virgil, Ed. Poseidon, Buenos Aires, page 413.
        Mar. 05, 2024

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Conspiring", 1945. Watercolor and ink on paper. Work published in "The Georgics" by Virgil, Ed. Poseidon, Buenos Aires, page 413.

        Est: €1,400 - €1,800

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Conspiring", 1945. Watercolor and ink on paper. Work published in "The Georgics" by Virgil, Ed. Poseidon, Buenos Aires, page 413. Measurements: 36 x 24 cm; 61 x 49 cm (frame). Drawer, painter, engraver and writer, Luis Seoane was educated in A Coruña, where he worked as a lawyer and was a member of the Partigo Galeguista, and in 1936 he settled in Buenos Aires. In his youth he participated in the political and cultural activity of the students of A Coruña and, according to the historian and journalist Carlos Fernández Santander, Seoane could be the author who, under the pseudonym of Hernán Quijano, wrote "Galicia Mártir. Episodes of the white terror in the Galician provinces", a book published in Paris and Argentina in 1938. In 1932 he graduated in Law and Social Sciences in Santiago de Compostela, and during these years he began his career in various fields. Thus, between 1927 and 1933 he militated in republican and autonomist left-wing parties, illustrated books and magazines and held his first exhibitions. In 1934 he returned to A Coruña from Santiago and began to work as a lawyer, while sharing gatherings with Huici, Cebreiro, Fernández Mazas, Del Valle, Julio J. Casal, Francisco Miguel and others. That same year he joined the Partido Galeguista. Two years later he took part in the campaign for the Statute of Autonomy, but when the war broke out he was forced to flee to the Argentine capital. Once settled in Buenos Aires, he kept in touch with other compatriots exiled from Franco's regime, among them the painter Leopoldo Nóvoa and the activist María Miramontes. In 1937 he published his first book there, "Trece estampas de la traición". Three years later he founded the collections "Hórreo" and "Dorna" in EMECÉ Editores, and in 1943 he created the magazine "Correo Literario" and Editorial Nova. Two years later, his "Homenaje a la Torre de Hércules" (Homage to the Tower of Hercules) was awarded in New York. In 1948 he founded the publishing house Botella al Mar, and the following year he made a trip to Europe and exhibited in London. Between 1952 and 1962 he exhibited in New York, founded the magazine "Galicia Emigrante" and the publishing house Citania, and was awarded prizes such as the medal of the Universal Exhibition of Brussels, the medal of the Senate of the Argentine Nation (1958) or the Palanza Prize (1962). At the same time, he worked for the Buenos Aires gallery Gordons, directed by Roberto Mackintosh, an expert and connoisseur of his work. In the last decades of his life he alternated his residence in America with trips to Galicia, and in 1977 the first complete edition of his poetic work was published. Between 1963 and 1979 he held exhibitions in Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil and other countries. In 1994 the Day of the Galician Letters was dedicated to him, and in 2003 the Galician Center of Contemporary Art, in Santiago de Compostela, dedicated an important retrospective exhibition to him, which was later taken to the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires. He is currently represented in the Caixanova Collection, among many others.

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      • Luis Seoane. Turbid speaker rambling
        Feb. 21, 2024

        Luis Seoane. Turbid speaker rambling

        Est: -

        Xylology on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (10/25) and titled in the lower left corner. A copy of this same edition is sewn in the Museum of Fine Arts of A Coruña. Inv.No.5014

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      • LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Silent complicity". Gouache on paper. Signed in the lower area.
        Feb. 19, 2024

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Silent complicity". Gouache on paper. Signed in the lower area.

        Est: €1,200 - €1,500

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Silent complicity". Gouache on paper. Signed in the lower area. Measurements: 44 x 32 cm; 75 x 65 cm (frame). Drawer, painter, engraver and writer, Luis Seoane was educated in A Coruña, where he worked as a lawyer and was a member of the Partigo Galeguista, and in 1936 he settled in Buenos Aires. In his youth he participated in the political and cultural activity of the students of A Coruña and, according to the historian and journalist Carlos Fernández Santander, Seoane could be the author who, under the pseudonym of Hernán Quijano, wrote "Galicia Mártir. Episodes of the white terror in the Galician provinces", a book published in Paris and Argentina in 1938. In 1932 he graduated in Law and Social Sciences in Santiago de Compostela, and during these years he began his career in various fields. Thus, between 1927 and 1933 he militated in republican and autonomist left-wing parties, illustrated books and magazines and held his first exhibitions. In 1934 he returned to A Coruña from Santiago and began to work as a lawyer, while sharing gatherings with Huici, Cebreiro, Fernández Mazas, Del Valle, Julio J. Casal, Francisco Miguel and others. That same year he joined the Partido Galeguista. Two years later he took part in the campaign for the Statute of Autonomy, but when the war broke out he was forced to flee to the Argentine capital. Once settled in Buenos Aires, he kept in touch with other compatriots exiled from Franco's regime, among them the painter Leopoldo Nóvoa and the activist María Miramontes. In 1937 he published his first book there, "Trece estampas de la traición". Three years later he founded the collections "Hórreo" and "Dorna" in EMECÉ Editores, and in 1943 he created the magazine "Correo Literario" and Editorial Nova. Two years later, his "Homenaje a la Torre de Hércules" (Homage to the Tower of Hercules) was awarded in New York. In 1948 he founded the publishing house Botella al Mar, and the following year he made a trip to Europe and exhibited in London. Between 1952 and 1962 he exhibited in New York, founded the magazine "Galicia Emigrante" and the publishing house Citania, and was awarded prizes such as the medal of the Universal Exhibition of Brussels, the medal of the Senate of the Argentine Nation (1958) or the Palanza Prize (1962). At the same time, he worked for the Buenos Aires gallery Gordons, directed by Roberto Mackintosh, an expert and connoisseur of his work. In the last decades of his life he alternated his residence in America with trips to Galicia, and in 1977 the first complete edition of his poetic work was published. Between 1963 and 1979 he held exhibitions in Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil and other countries. In 1994 the Day of the Galician Letters was dedicated to him, and in 2003 the Galician Center of Contemporary Art, in Santiago de Compostela, dedicated an important retrospective exhibition to him, which was later taken to the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires. He is currently represented in the Caixanova Collection, among many others.

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      • LUIS SEOANE - The black headband
        Feb. 06, 2024

        LUIS SEOANE - The black headband

        Est: -

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 The black diadem. 1974 Gouache on paper Signed, titled and dated 1974 Measurements 60 x 43 cm

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      • LUIS SEOANE - Woman
        Feb. 06, 2024

        LUIS SEOANE - Woman

        Est: -

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 Woman. 1961 Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1961 Measurements 100 x 81 cm

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      • Luis Seoane "No Azul Feliz" Mixed Media Painting
        Jan. 23, 2024

        Luis Seoane "No Azul Feliz" Mixed Media Painting

        Est: $300 - $600

        Luis Seoane (Argentine, 1910-1979). Mixed media on board painting titled "No Azul Feliz" depicting an abstract composition in bright red, blue, and purple. Signed along the lower right; titled along the verso.

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      • Seoane. A feixe of sketchy drawings
        Nov. 22, 2023

        Seoane. A feixe of sketchy drawings

        Est: -

        SEOANE, Luis.- "UN FEIXE DE DRAWINGS CASE SQUECIDOS" A Cruña: Ediciós do Castro, 1973. Smaller folio, cover. with lapels, shirt ed. 4 hrs. + 19 lam. + 1 hr. numbered tyr. limited to 200, autographed by Seoane on the justification. It has, on the cover, a large original drawing by Seoane, dedicated at the base and signed.

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      • LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Harlequin flute player". Mixed media (acrylic and pastel) on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Sep. 06, 2023

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Harlequin flute player". Mixed media (acrylic and pastel) on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €7,500 - €8,000

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Harlequin flute player". Mixed media (acrylic and pastel) on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 98 x 66 cm; 123 x 92 cm (frame). In this work we can appreciate Seoane's characteristic style, presenting a harlequin playing the flute through synthetic lines and planes of limited pastel colours, forming geometrical scenes. A draughtsman, painter, engraver and writer, Luis Seoane trained in A Coruña, where he practised as a lawyer and was a member of the Partigo Galeguista, and in 1936 he settled in Buenos Aires. In his youth he took part in the political and cultural activity of A Coruña's students and, according to the historian and journalist Carlos Fernández Santander, Seoane could be the author who, under the pseudonym of Hernán Quijano, wrote "Galicia Mártir. Episodes of the white terror in the Galician provinces", a book published in Paris and Argentina in 1938. In 1932 he graduated in Law and Social Sciences in Santiago de Compostela, and in those years he began his career in various fields. Between 1927 and 1933 he was active in Republican and autonomist left-wing parties, illustrated books and magazines and held his first exhibitions. In 1934 he returned to A Coruña from Santiago and began to work as a lawyer, while sharing gatherings with Huici, Cebreiro, Fernández Mazas, Del Valle, Julio J. Casal, Francisco Miguel and others. That same year he joined the Partido Galeguista. Two years later he took part in the campaign for the Statute of Autonomy, but when war broke out he was forced to flee to the Argentine capital. Once settled in Buenos Aires, he kept in touch with other compatriots exiled from Franco's regime, among them the painter Leopoldo Nóvoa and the activist María Miramontes. In 1937 he published his first book there, "Trece estampas de la traición". Three years later he founded the collections "Hórreo" and "Dorna" at EMECÉ Editores, and in 1943 he created the magazine "Correo Literario" and the publishing house Editorial Nova. Two years later, his "Homenaje a la Torre de Hércules" (Homage to the Tower of Hercules) won an award in New York. In 1948 he founded the publishing house Botella al Mar, and the following year he travelled around Europe and exhibited in London. Between 1952 and 1962 he exhibited in New York, founded the magazine "Galicia Emigrante" and the publishing house Citania, and was awarded prizes such as the medal of the Universal Exhibition in Brussels, the medal of the Senate of the Argentine Nation (1958) and the Palanza Prize (1962). At the same time, he worked for the Buenos Aires gallery Gordons, directed by Roberto Mackintosh, an expert and great connoisseur of his work. In the last decades of his life he alternated his residence in America with trips to Galicia, and in 1977 the first complete edition of his poetic work was published. Between 1963 and 1979 he held exhibitions in Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil and other countries. In 1994 the Día de las Letras Gallegas was dedicated to him, and in 2003 the Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago de Compostela dedicated an important retrospective exhibition to him, which was later taken to the Museo de Arte Moderno in Buenos Aires. He is currently represented in the Caixanova Collection, among many others.

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      • Luis Seoane "Libe-Lulas" Oil Painting
        Jul. 19, 2023

        Luis Seoane "Libe-Lulas" Oil Painting

        Est: $400 - $800

        Luis Seoane (Argentine, 1910-1979). Oil on board painting titled "Libe-Lulas (Dragonflies)" depicting a symmetrical abstract composition in fiery reds, oranges, and yellows with splashes of blue and green and bordered with bold, black lines, 1966. Signed and dated along the lower right. Titled along the verso and numbered "#13."

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      • LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires (Argent (1910) / La Coruña (1979) "Os Palleiros", 1954
        Jun. 13, 2023

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires (Argent (1910) / La Coruña (1979) "Os Palleiros", 1954

        Est: €1,800 - €2,400

        Oil on canvas. Dated in the lower left corner and signed in the lower right corner. On the back titled. A certificate of authenticity is attached, made by Seoane's widow, Mª Elvira Fernández, in 1990 Measurements: 27.5 x 41 cm

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      • Luis SEOANE: "Sabia" - Oil & Acrylic Painting
        Apr. 29, 2023

        Luis SEOANE: "Sabia" - Oil & Acrylic Painting

        Est: $600 - $800

        Luis Seoane [Argentinian, 1910-1979) oil and acrylic painting on canvas titled "Sibia", being an abstract floral composition with raised dots in acrylic. Inscribed "Based on Bachianas by Villa-Lobos" on back, signed lower center and dated 1970. [Art: 50" H x 40" W].

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      • Luis SEOANE: "Hibrida" - Oil & Acrylic Painting
        Apr. 29, 2023

        Luis SEOANE: "Hibrida" - Oil & Acrylic Painting

        Est: $600 - $800

        Luis Seoane [Argentinian, 1910-1979) oil and acrylic painting on canvas titled "Hibrida", being an abstract composition of flowers with raised dots in acrylic. Inscribed "Bachianas No. 5 by Villa-Lobos" on back, signed and dated 1971 on back. Provenance: Sotheby's. [Art: 48" H x 36" W; Frame: 49 1/2" H x 37 1/2" W].

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      • "Sobre los Ángeles"
        Oct. 26, 2022

        "Sobre los Ángeles"

        Est: €200 - €300

        Rafael Alberti (El Puerto de Santa María, Cadiz, 1902 - 1999), "Sobre los Ángeles" comprising 65 poems with 65 woodcuts by Luis Seoane (1910 - 1979) 36 x 27 cm 200 - 300 €

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      • "Homage to Rafael Albeti"
        Oct. 26, 2022

        "Homage to Rafael Albeti"

        Est: €200 - €300

        "Homage to Rafael Albeti" with serigraphs by Luis Seoane (1910 - 1979) Signed and numbered 15/75 36 x 27 cm 200 - 300 €

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      • LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 Woman with basket of fruit Ink on p
        Oct. 25, 2022

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 Woman with basket of fruit Ink on p

        Est: -

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 Woman with basket of fruit Ink on paper Signed Measures 18.5 x 13 cm

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      • Luis Seoane Painting 1966
        Jun. 16, 2022

        Luis Seoane Painting 1966

        Est: $400 - $800

        Luis Seoane (Argentinian, 1910-1979). Oil on masonite painting, depicting an abstract composition with spreading rays and leaf forms in shades of red, yellow, and blue. Signed and dated 1966 along the lower right. An inkstamp to the frame verso reads "Pinturas de Seoane, Rua Joao Pereira, 226, Sao Paulo - Brasil."

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      • LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Character next to a donkey". Mixed media on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
        May. 03, 2022

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Character next to a donkey". Mixed media on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Character next to a donkey". Mixed media on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 44 x 31 cm; 75 x 65 cm (frame). A draughtsman, painter, engraver and writer, Luis Seoane trained in A Coruña, where he practised as a lawyer and was a member of the Partigo Galeguista, and in 1936 he settled in Buenos Aires. In his youth he took part in the political and cultural activity of students in A Coruña and, according to the historian and journalist Carlos Fernández Santander, Seoane could be the author who, under the pseudonym of Hernán Quijano, wrote "Galicia Mártir. Episodes of the white terror in the Galician provinces", a book published in Paris and Argentina in 1938. In 1932 he graduated in Law and Social Sciences in Santiago de Compostela, and in those years he began his career in various fields. Between 1927 and 1933 he was active in Republican and autonomist left-wing parties, illustrated books and magazines and held his first exhibitions. In 1934 he returned to A Coruña from Santiago and began to work as a lawyer, while sharing gatherings with Huici, Cebreiro, Fernández Mazas, Del Valle, Julio J. Casal, Francisco Miguel and others. That same year he joined the Partido Galeguista. Two years later he took part in the campaign for the Statute of Autonomy, but when war broke out he was forced to flee to the Argentine capital. Once settled in Buenos Aires, he kept in touch with other compatriots exiled from Franco's regime, among them the painter Leopoldo Nóvoa and the activist María Miramontes. In 1937 he published his first book there, "Trece estampas de la traición". Three years later he founded the collections "Hórreo" and "Dorna" at EMECÉ Editores, and in 1943 he created the magazine "Correo Literario" and the publishing house Editorial Nova. Two years later, his "Homenaje a la Torre de Hércules" (Homage to the Tower of Hercules) was awarded a prize in New York. In 1948 he founded the publishing house Botella al Mar, and the following year he travelled around Europe and exhibited in London. Between 1952 and 1962 he exhibited in New York, founded the magazine "Galicia Emigrante" and the publishing house Citania, and was awarded prizes such as the medal of the Universal Exhibition in Brussels, the medal of the Senate of the Argentine Nation (1958) and the Palanza Prize (1962). At the same time, he worked for the Buenos Aires gallery Gordons, directed by Roberto Mackintosh, an expert and great connoisseur of his work. In the last decades of his life he alternated his residence in America with trips to Galicia, and in 1977 the first complete edition of his poetic work was published. Between 1963 and 1979 he held exhibitions in Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil and other countries. In 1994 the Día de las Letras Gallegas was dedicated to him, and in 2003 the Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago de Compostela dedicated an important retrospective exhibition to him, which was later taken to the Museo de Arte Moderno in Buenos Aires. He is currently represented in the Caixanova Collection, among many others.

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      • LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 An Angel. 1969 Oil on canvas S
        Mar. 29, 2022

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 An Angel. 1969 Oil on canvas S

        Est: €12,000 - €24,000

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 An Angel. 1969 Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1969 Measures 93 x 73 cm BIBLIOGRAPHY Rafael Souirru, "Luis Seoane. Critical-Biographical Study", Ed. Ediciones Dead Weight , Buenos Aires 1976, reprod. w/o

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      • LUIS SEOANE. Buenos Aires (Argent (1910) / La Coruña (1979). "The Jubilee Bull".
        Mar. 01, 2022

        LUIS SEOANE. Buenos Aires (Argent (1910) / La Coruña (1979). "The Jubilee Bull".

        Est: €2,250 - €4,500

        40,5 x 32 cm each. Woodcut on paper. Book with six colour woodcuts with a 76/100 circulation justification sheet. First leaf of the book with drawing by the artist dedicated, signed and dated 1963.

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      • LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Character next to a donkey". Mixed media on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Feb. 15, 2022

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Character next to a donkey". Mixed media on paper. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €2,500 - €3,000

        LUIS SEOANE LÓPEZ (Buenos Aires, 1910 - A Coruña, 1979). "Character next to a donkey". Mixed media on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 44 x 31 cm; 75 x 65 cm (frame). A draughtsman, painter, engraver and writer, Luis Seoane trained in A Coruña, where he practised as a lawyer and was a member of the Partigo Galeguista, and in 1936 he settled in Buenos Aires. In his youth he took part in the political and cultural activity of students in A Coruña and, according to the historian and journalist Carlos Fernández Santander, Seoane could be the author who, under the pseudonym of Hernán Quijano, wrote "Galicia Mártir. Episodes of the white terror in the Galician provinces", a book published in Paris and Argentina in 1938. In 1932 he graduated in Law and Social Sciences in Santiago de Compostela, and in those years he began his career in various fields. Between 1927 and 1933 he was active in Republican and autonomist left-wing parties, illustrated books and magazines and held his first exhibitions. In 1934 he returned to A Coruña from Santiago and began to work as a lawyer, while sharing gatherings with Huici, Cebreiro, Fernández Mazas, Del Valle, Julio J. Casal, Francisco Miguel and others. That same year he joined the Partido Galeguista. Two years later he took part in the campaign for the Statute of Autonomy, but when war broke out he was forced to flee to the Argentine capital. Once settled in Buenos Aires, he kept in touch with other compatriots exiled from Franco's regime, among them the painter Leopoldo Nóvoa and the activist María Miramontes. In 1937 he published his first book there, "Trece estampas de la traición". Three years later he founded the collections "Hórreo" and "Dorna" at EMECÉ Editores, and in 1943 he created the magazine "Correo Literario" and the publishing house Editorial Nova. Two years later, his "Homenaje a la Torre de Hércules" (Homage to the Tower of Hercules) was awarded a prize in New York. In 1948 he founded the publishing house Botella al Mar, and the following year he travelled around Europe and exhibited in London. Between 1952 and 1962 he exhibited in New York, founded the magazine "Galicia Emigrante" and the publishing house Citania, and was awarded prizes such as the medal of the Universal Exhibition in Brussels, the medal of the Senate of the Argentine Nation (1958) and the Palanza Prize (1962). At the same time, he worked for the Buenos Aires gallery Gordons, directed by Roberto Mackintosh, an expert and great connoisseur of his work. In the last decades of his life he alternated his residence in America with trips to Galicia, and in 1977 the first complete edition of his poetic work was published. Between 1963 and 1979 he held exhibitions in Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil and other countries. In 1994 the Día de las Letras Gallegas was dedicated to him, and in 2003 the Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago de Compostela dedicated an important retrospective exhibition to him, which was later taken to the Museo de Arte Moderno in Buenos Aires. He is currently represented in the Caixanova Collection, among many others.

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      • LUIS SEOANE - Woman
        Sep. 21, 2021

        LUIS SEOANE - Woman

        Est: €5,500 - €11,000

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 Woman. 1957 Oil on cardboard Signed and dated 1957 Measurements 57 x 35 cm. PROVENANCE Bonino Gallery, Buenos Aires Private collection

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      • LUIS SEOANE (1910 / 1979) "The pilgrim", 1961
        Jul. 21, 2021

        LUIS SEOANE (1910 / 1979) "The pilgrim", 1961

        Est: €120 - €240

        Signed in plate. Signed, dated, titled and justified in pencil 10/35 at the bottom. . Woodcutting on paper

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      • LUIS SEOANE (1910 / 1979) "Insectarium No. 2", 1975
        Jul. 21, 2021

        LUIS SEOANE (1910 / 1979) "Insectarium No. 2", 1975

        Est: €600 - €1,200

        Signed in plate. It comes bound with a sheet of circulation justification signed by the artist and numbered 67/170. . 15 woodcuts

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      • Luis Seoane. Untitled (1967)
        Apr. 28, 2021

        Luis Seoane. Untitled (1967)

        Est: -

        Técnica mixta sobre papel adherido a tabla. Firmado y fechado (67) en el ángulo inferior derecho.

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      • JORGE LUIS LOPEZ (20TH CENTURY): TWO ABSTRACTS
        Feb. 11, 2021

        JORGE LUIS LOPEZ (20TH CENTURY): TWO ABSTRACTS

        Est: $200 - $300

        1974 each oil on board each signed upper left and dated 1974 verso Condition: the larger: 26 x 22 inches framed; the smaller: 22 x 18 inches framed the larger: 19 3/4 x 15 3/4 inches; the smaller: 15 3/8 x 11 3/8 inches

        Abell Auction
      • Nilson Seoane (Brazilian, 1930-1987), Untitled (Floral Abstract), Oil on Canvas, Frame: 34 x 61 in
        Feb. 03, 2021

        Nilson Seoane (Brazilian, 1930-1987), Untitled (Floral Abstract), Oil on Canvas, Frame: 34 x 61 in

        Est: $200 - $400

        Nilson Seoane (Brazilian, 1930-1987), Untitled (Floral Abstract), Oil on Canvas, Frame: 34 x 61 in

        Weschler's
      • Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)
        Nov. 16, 2020

        Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)

        Est: -

        The violinist, Serigraph, 30 x 21 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)
        Oct. 17, 2020

        Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)

        Est: -

        The violinist, Serigraph, 30 x 21 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Luis Seoane. Sin título (1962)
        Jul. 23, 2020

        Luis Seoane. Sin título (1962)

        Est: -

        Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado en el ángulo inferior izquierdo. Fechado (62) en el ángulo inferior derecho.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • Luis Seoane, Untitled
        Jul. 04, 2020

        Luis Seoane, Untitled

        Est: -

        Untitled Luis Seoane Oil on canvas Unsigned 60 x 50 cm

        Casa de Subastas Odalys
      • LUIS SEOANE - Still life
        Dec. 17, 2019

        LUIS SEOANE - Still life

        Est: -

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 Still life. 1963 gouache on paper Signed and dated 1963 Size: 38 x 49 cm Certificate by María Seoane (niece of the artist)

        Subastas Segre
      • Luis Seoane (Argentine, 1910-1979) Oil Painting
        Dec. 09, 2019

        Luis Seoane (Argentine, 1910-1979) Oil Painting

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Luis Seoane (Argentine, 1910-1979) "Tres Pescadores," (Three Fishermen), 1947, oil painting on board, signed and dated, Framed. Size: 10'' x 12'', 25 x 30 cm (board); 15.25'' x 17.5'', 39 x 44 cm (frame). Estate of Ilda and Miguel Ficher, Philadelphia.

        Material Culture
      • SEOANE, Luis/EL CHAL NEGRO
        Sep. 18, 2019

        SEOANE, Luis/EL CHAL NEGRO

        Est: - $10,000

        Oil on canvas

        Roldan
      • LUIS SEOANE - Bodegón de pimientos
        Jul. 02, 2019

        LUIS SEOANE - Bodegón de pimientos

        Est: -

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 Bodegón de pimientos. 1963 Gouache on paper Signed and dated in 1963 Measurements 37.5 x 49 cm

        Subastas Segre
      • LUIS SEOANE - Mujer
        Jul. 02, 2019

        LUIS SEOANE - Mujer

        Est: -

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 Mujer. 1961 Oil on canvas Signed and dated in 1961 Measurements 100 x 81 cm A certificate signed by Dª Rosa Espineira is included

        Subastas Segre
      • Luis Seoane. Feminine figure
        May. 30, 2019

        Luis Seoane. Feminine figure

        Est: -

        SEOANE, LUIS (1910 - 1979). "Figura femenina". Dibujo a tinta. Firmado y fechado (52) en el ángulo inferior derecho. 66 x 47 cm

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • LUIS SEOANE - Mujer con sombrero
        May. 21, 2019

        LUIS SEOANE - Mujer con sombrero

        Est: -

        LUIS SEOANE Buenos Aires 1910-La Coruña 1979 “Mujer con sombrero. 1962” Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1962 Measurements 68 x 50 cm

        Subastas Segre
      • SEOANE, Luis / FIGURA DE CHALECO AZUL
        May. 08, 2019

        SEOANE, Luis / FIGURA DE CHALECO AZUL

        Est: - $11,000

        Oil on canvas

        Roldan
      • Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)
        Apr. 25, 2019

        Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)

        Est: -

        The violinist, Serigraph, 30 x 21 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)
        Mar. 23, 2019

        Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)

        Est: -

        The violinist, Serigraph, 30 x 21 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Luis Seoane Argentine, 1910-1979 Untitled, 1968
        Mar. 06, 2019

        Luis Seoane Argentine, 1910-1979 Untitled, 1968

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Luis Seoane Argentine, 1910-1979 Untitled, 1968 Signed SEOANE and dated 68 (ll) Oil on canvas 38 3/4 x 50 inches C 

        Doyle New York
      • Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)
        Dec. 30, 2018

        Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)

        Est: -

        The violinist, Serigraph, 30 x 21 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)
        Nov. 18, 2018

        Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)

        Est: -

        The violinist, Serigraph, 30 x 21 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • SEOANE, LUIS (1910-1979). "Retrato de joven mujer"
        Oct. 18, 2018

        SEOANE, LUIS (1910-1979). "Retrato de joven mujer"

        Est: -

        SEOANE, LUIS (1910-1979). "Retrato de joven mujer". Gouache sobre cartulina, de 24,5x18 cm. Con firma complementaria. SEOANE, LUIS (1910-1979). "Retrato de joven mujer". Gouache on cardboard, 24.5x18 cm. With complementary signature.

        Subastas Galileo
      • Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)
        Aug. 20, 2018

        Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)

        Est: -

        The violinist, Serigraph, 30 x 21 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)
        Jul. 14, 2018

        Luis Seoane Lopez (Argentinean - Spanish, 1910-1979)

        Est: -

        The violinist, Serigraph, 30 x 21 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
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