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b. 1901 - d. 1971

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      • Cuban school of the 20th century, Loló Soldevila Loló Soldevilla (1901-1971), Untitled, 1958
        Feb. 28, 2024

        Cuban school of the 20th century, Loló Soldevila Loló Soldevilla (1901-1971), Untitled, 1958

        Est: €14,000 - €15,000

        Mixed technique on canvas, measurements: 50.5 x 71 cm, certificate from the artist's granddaughter is attached. Mixed technique on canvas, measurements: 70 x 50 cm. Provenance: important private collection of Latin American art, Paris-Barcelona.

        Templum Fine Art Auctions
      • MID CENT CUBAN ABSTRACT PAINTING BY LOLO SOLDEVILLA
        Feb. 17, 2024

        MID CENT CUBAN ABSTRACT PAINTING BY LOLO SOLDEVILLA

        Est: $100 - $150

        Casein paint on board painting by Dolores Lolo Soldevilla Nieto, 1901 to 1971, a Cuban visual artist of the Concrete Art movement. The artwork represents a geometrical abstraction in black and white. Signed by the artist and dated 1957 on the backside. The painting comes with a certificate of authenticity. Collectible Modernist Fine Art, Women Artists.

        Antique Arena Inc
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Dec. 14, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled casein on canvas laid to board 20.125 h x 28.625 w in (51 x 73 cm) Signed to lower right 'Lolo'. Sold with a certificate of authenticity signed by Roberto Cobas Amate. Provenance: Private Collection, Havana | Private Collection, Coral Gables, FL This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

        Rago Arts and Auction Center
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Dec. 14, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled 1954 mixed media collage on board 14.5 h x 17.25 w in (37 x 44 cm) Signed and dated to lower right 'Lolo 54'. Sold with a certificate of authenticity signed by Roberto Cobas Amate. This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

        Rago Arts and Auction Center
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Dec. 14, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled 1954 oil on board 25.875 h x 33.5 w in (66 x 85 cm) Signed and dated to lower right 'Lolo 1954'. Sold with a letter of authenticity from the artist. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

        Rago Arts and Auction Center
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Dec. 14, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled mixed media construction 23.5 h x 24.5 w in (60 x 62 cm) Signed to verso 'Lolo'. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

        Rago Arts and Auction Center
      • Loló Soldevilla. Untitled. Abstraction (1957)
        Oct. 25, 2023

        Loló Soldevilla. Untitled. Abstraction (1957)

        Est: -

        Oil on cardboard. Signed in the lower right corner. Origin: - Contacto Gallery, Caracas, 1957. (Label on the back). Attached certificate issued by Mrs. Martha Flora Carranza Barba, granddaughter of the artist.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Oct. 19, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled casein on canvas laid to board 20.125 h x 28.625 w in (51 x 73 cm) Signed to lower right 'Lolo'. Sold with a certificate of authenticity signed by Roberto Cobas Amate. Provenance: Private Collection, Havana, Cuba | Private Collection, Coral Gables, FL This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

        Los Angeles Modern Auctions
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Oct. 19, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled casein on paperboard 27.25 h x 30.5 w in (69 x 77 cm) Signed to lower right 'Lolo'. Sold with a certificate of authenticity signed by Roberto Cobas Amate. Provenance: Private Collection, Havana, Cuba | Private Collection, Coral Gables, FL This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

        Los Angeles Modern Auctions
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Oct. 10, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled 1957 painted wood, steel 27 h x 11 w x 8 d in (69 x 28 x 20 cm) Signed and dated to underside 'Lolo 57'. Sold with a certificate of authenticity issued by Roberto Cobas Amate. Provenance: Private Collection This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • Sin título
        Oct. 03, 2023

        Sin título

        Est: $12,000 - $18,000

        Loló Soldevilla 1901 - 1971 Sin título signed (lower right) tempera and graphite on board 18 ½ by 20 ¾ in. 47 by 52.5 cm. Executed circa 1955. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Roberto Cobas Amate and dated La Habana, 10 de octubure, 2011.

        Sotheby's
      • Lolo Soldevilla 1901-1971 Cuban Geometric Painting
        Aug. 30, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla 1901-1971 Cuban Geometric Painting

        Est: $100 - $1,000

        Dolores Lolo Soldevilla (Cuban French,1901-1971). A modernist 20th Century oil painting on canvas. A modern geometric work in lines and spheres, evoking celestial movements. Signed and dated 1957 to lower left. The artist was a member of Los Diez Pintores Concretos ("The 10 Concrete Painters,") an influential group that established "Concretism," the Concrete Art movement in 1950s Cuba. Presented in an ornate silvered wood frame. Work Size: 9 x 12 in. Dimensions: 15 X 18 X 1.5 in. Condition: Good overall condition with mild surface toning and wear. Mild wear to edges and corners of frame. Estate fresh to the market. Shipping: Hill Auction Gallery offers in-house ground contiguous USA domestic shipping, excluding New Mexico, for $95 plus insurance. Gallery will refer third party shippers for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

        Hill Auction Gallery
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Jun. 21, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled 1959 oil on wood, steel 20.875 h x 10.25 w x 7.5 d in (53 x 26 x 19 cm) Signed and dated to underside 'Lolo 59'. Sold with certificate of authenticity signed by Roberto Cobas Amate. Provenance: Private Collection This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

        Los Angeles Modern Auctions
      • "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Mixed media (oil and jute with wooden elements) on panel.
        Jun. 07, 2023

        "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Mixed media (oil and jute with wooden elements) on panel.

        Est: €7,000 - €8,000

        "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Mixed media (oil and jute with wooden elements) on panel. Enclosed is a certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza Barba, granddaughter of the artist. Signed and dated on the back. Measurements: 60 x 74 cm; 72 x 86 cm (frame). In the present work we can appreciate the influence of Geometric Abstraction and kineticism typical of the European avant-garde, treated from a perspective where the elements, close to abstraction, are arranged through a stable and mobile character. Made with wooden cubes and circles in relief, the author achieves great movement, balance and harmony. Loló Soldevilla is considered one of the most important figures of Geometric Abstraction and Kineticism, both for her achievements during her career and for her efforts to promote Cuban art inside and outside the borders of her country. He always showed political involvement through his art, both in his own country and abroad, taking an active part in the campaigns to help the Spanish Republic after the outbreak of the Civil War. His artistic career was always marked by experimentation, not only stylistically but also technically, and he produced works in different media such as sculpture, engraving and drawing. His artistic career began in 1948, influenced by his friendship with Wifredo Lam, who encouraged and supported him in his beginnings in the world of painting. In 1949 he settled in Paris, where he studied at the Académie Grande Chaumière, making frequent trips and exhibitions in Cuba to show his work. In 1951 she joined the workshop of Dewasne and Pillet, where she stayed for two years, and attended a course on printmaking techniques by Hayter and Cochet, maintaining and encouraging creative exchanges with the School of Paris. Linked to the 26th of July Movement, she was forced to live a clandestine life, since during the pre-revolutionary period she collaborated in Diario de la Marina, Carteles, Información, El País, Avance, Porvenir, Tiempo en Cuba and Survey, as well as in the Parisian publications Combat and Arts. After the revolutionary triumph of 1959 she joined the newspaper Revolución as an editor and during the academic year 1960-61 she established herself as a professor of plastic arts at the School of Architecture of the University of Havana. From then on, Dolores Soldevilla combined her artistic career with her teaching work at the University's School of Architecture and at the newspaper Granma. Thanks to her aesthetic approaches, the Grupo Espacio emerged and she was a member of the group Diez Pintores Concretos; she was a member of the UPEC and the UNEAC and collaborated with Bohemia. During his lifetime his work was exhibited in important artistic spaces such as the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Cuba, in Caracas (Venezuela), Paris, in Valencia, Valladolid (Spain), Czechoslovakia, etc., achieving great recognition of his work at a global level. Today his work is kept in numerous private collections all over the world and in institutions such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Cuba (where the main collection is kept).

        Setdart Auction House
      • "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron painted in oil.
        Jun. 07, 2023

        "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron painted in oil.

        Est: €10,000 - €12,000

        "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron painted in oil. Attached certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza Barba, granddaughter of the artist. Signed and dated on the base. Measurements: 35 x 32 x 23 cm. Apart from her well-known career as a painter, Lolo Soldevilla explored other fields such as sculpture. In fact, in 1949 she decided to study sculpture at the Grande Chaumièr Academy in Paris. In this particular case, her work reflects the aesthetic trends of the time, influenced by geometric abstraction. By twisting iron, the artist transforms the lines of the rigid material into curves that harmonise with the circumferences made of wood, very similar to one of the sculptures (Untitled, 1957) that was exhibited in 2019 at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York. Loló Soldevilla is considered one of the most relevant figures of Geometric Abstraction and kineticism, both for her achievements during her career and for her efforts to promote Cuban art inside and outside the borders of her country. He always showed political involvement through his art, both in his own country and abroad, taking an active part in the campaigns to help the Spanish Republic after the outbreak of the Civil War. His artistic career was always marked by experimentation, not only stylistically but also technically, and he produced works in different media such as sculpture, engraving and drawing. His artistic career began in 1948, influenced by his friendship with Wifredo Lam, who encouraged and supported him in his beginnings in the world of painting. In 1949 he settled in Paris, where he studied at the Académie Grande Chaumière, making frequent trips and exhibitions in Cuba to show his work. In 1951 she joined the workshop of Dewasne and Pillet, where she stayed for two years, and attended a course on printmaking techniques by Hayter and Cochet, maintaining and encouraging creative exchanges with the School of Paris. Linked to the 26th of July Movement, she was forced to live a clandestine life, since during the pre-revolutionary period she collaborated in Diario de la Marina, Carteles, Información, El País, Avance, Porvenir, Tiempo en Cuba and Survey, as well as in the Parisian publications Combat and Arts. After the revolutionary triumph of 1959 she joined the newspaper Revolución as an editor and during the academic year 1960-61 she established herself as a professor of plastic arts at the School of Architecture of the University of Havana. From then on, Dolores Soldevilla combined her artistic career with her teaching work at the University's School of Architecture and at the newspaper Granma. Thanks to her aesthetic approaches, the Grupo Espacio emerged and she was a member of the group Diez Pintores Concretos; she was a member of the UPEC and the UNEAC and collaborated with Bohemia. During his lifetime his work was exhibited in important artistic spaces such as the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Cuba, in Caracas (Venezuela), Paris, in Valencia, Valladolid (Spain), Czechoslovakia, etc., achieving great recognition of his work at a global level. Today his work is kept in numerous private collections all over the world and in institutions such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Cuba (where the main collection is kept).

        Setdart Auction House
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron painted in oil.
        Jun. 07, 2023

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron painted in oil.

        Est: €10,000 - €12,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron painted in oil. Attached certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza Barba, granddaughter of the artist. Signed and dated on the base. Measurements: 42 x 40 x 30 cm. Apart from her well-known career as a painter, Lolo Soldevilla explored other fields such as sculpture. In fact, in 1949 she decided to study sculpture at the Grande Chaumièr Academy in Paris. In this particular case, her work reflects the aesthetic trends of the time, influenced by geometric abstraction. By twisting iron, the artist transforms the lines of the rigid material into curves that harmonise with the circumferences made of wood, very similar to one of the sculptures (Untitled, 1957) that was exhibited in 2019 at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York. Loló Soldevilla is considered one of the most relevant figures of Geometric Abstraction and Kineticism, both for her achievements during her career and for her efforts to promote Cuban art inside and outside the borders of her country. He always showed political involvement through his art, both in his own country and abroad, taking an active part in the campaigns to help the Spanish Republic after the outbreak of the Civil War. His artistic career was always marked by experimentation, not only stylistically but also technically, and he produced works in different media such as sculpture, engraving and drawing. His artistic career began in 1948, influenced by his friendship with Wifredo Lam, who encouraged and supported him in his beginnings in the world of painting. In 1949 he settled in Paris, where he studied at the Académie Grande Chaumière, making frequent trips and exhibitions in Cuba to show his work. In 1951 she joined the workshop of Dewasne and Pillet, where she stayed for two years, and attended a course on printmaking techniques by Hayter and Cochet, maintaining and encouraging creative exchanges with the School of Paris. Linked to the 26th of July Movement, she was forced to live a clandestine life, since during the pre-revolutionary period she collaborated in Diario de la Marina, Carteles, Información, El País, Avance, Porvenir, Tiempo en Cuba and Survey, as well as in the Parisian publications Combat and Arts. After the revolutionary triumph of 1959 she joined the newspaper Revolución as an editor and during the academic year 1960-61 she established herself as a professor of plastic arts at the School of Architecture of the University of Havana. From then on, Dolores Soldevilla combined her artistic career with her teaching work at the University's School of Architecture and at the newspaper Granma. Thanks to her aesthetic approaches, the Grupo Espacio emerged and she was a member of the group Diez Pintores Concretos; she was a member of the UPEC and the UNEAC and collaborated with Bohemia. During his lifetime his work was exhibited in important artistic spaces such as the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Cuba, in Caracas (Venezuela), Paris, in Valencia, Valladolid (Spain), Czechoslovakia, etc., achieving great recognition of his work at a global level. Today his work is preserved in numerous private collections all over the world and in institutions such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Cuba (where the main collection is kept).

        Setdart Auction House
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Feb. 22, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled 1958 painted wood and steel 25.25 h x 11.75 w x 5.5 d in (64 x 30 x 14 cm) Signed and dated to underside ‘Loló 58’. Sold with certificate of authenticity signed by Roberto Cobas Amate. Provenance: Private Collection, Miami | Private Collection This work will ship from LAMA in Los Angeles, California.

        Los Angeles Modern Auctions
      • Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled
        Jan. 12, 2023

        Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Untitled painted wood construction 30.625 h x 51.75 w x 1.625 d in (78 x 131 x 4 cm) Signed to verso 'Lolo'. Sold with a certificate of authenticity from Pedro de Oraa. Provenance: Collection of Mark McDonald This work will ship from Rago in Lambertville, New Jersey.

        Wright
      • Loló SOLDEVILLA (1901 - 1971) Sans titre - circa 1950 Huile sur toile marouflée sur bois
        Dec. 07, 2022

        Loló SOLDEVILLA (1901 - 1971) Sans titre - circa 1950 Huile sur toile marouflée sur bois

        Est: €8,000 - €12,000

        Loló SOLDEVILLA (1901 - 1971) Sans titre - circa 1950 Huile sur toile marouflée sur bois Signée en bas à droite "Loló" h: 60,50 w: 45,30 cm Provenance : Sarracino Gallery, Coral Gables, Floride (USA) Collection particulière, Pays-Bas Commentaire : Oil on canvas laid down on wood; signed lower right Estimation 8 000 - 12 000 €

        Artcurial
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956
        Nov. 16, 2022

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956 signed and dated 56 collage and pencil on paper 27 5/8 by 10 in. 70.2 by 25.4 cm. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Martha Flora Carranza Barba, Havana, Cuba.

        Bonhams
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled
        Nov. 16, 2022

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled

        Est: $12,000 - $18,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled signed oil on board 23 7/8 by 36 in. 60.6 by 91.4 cm. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Martha Flora Carranza Barba, Havana, Cuba.

        Bonhams
      • DOLORES SOLDEVILLA NIETO "LOLO" Havana, Cuba (1904) / (.) "Untitled"
        Jul. 20, 2022

        DOLORES SOLDEVILLA NIETO "LOLO" Havana, Cuba (1904) / (.) "Untitled"

        Est: €18,000 - €24,000

        Oil on panel Signed in the lower right corner. Martha Flora Carranza Barba's certificate of authenticity dated February 15 is attached 2022 Measurements: 81 x 66 cm

        Ansorena
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA - Untitled
        Jul. 05, 2022

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA - Untitled

        Est: €13,000 - €26,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Havana 1901-1971 No title oil on board Back signed Measures 70 x 110 x 1.5 cm Certified by Mrs. Martha Flora Carranza

        Subastas Segre
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA - Small cathedral. Havana
        Jul. 05, 2022

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA - Small cathedral. Havana

        Est: €5,000 - €10,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Havana 1901-1971 Little cathedral. Havana. 1950 oil on masonite Signed Measures 45 x 55 cm Certificate signed by Mrs. Martha Flora Carranza

        Subastas Segre
      • “LOLO SOLDEVILLA”; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1954. Iron sculpture with mobile elements. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza, heiress of the artist.
        May. 24, 2022

        “LOLO SOLDEVILLA”; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1954. Iron sculpture with mobile elements. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza, heiress of the artist.

        Est: €7,000 - €8,000

        "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1954. Iron sculpture with mobile elements. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza, heiress of the artist. Measurements: 56 x 26 x 15 m. Iron sculpture with a structure based on strict geometry, with which the artist plays by introducing mobile elements, which give dynamism to the rigidity of the forms and the qualities of the material used. Apart from her well-known career as a painter, Lolo Soldevilla explored other fields such as sculpture. In fact, in 1949 she decided to study sculpture at the Grande Chaumièr Academy in Paris. In this particular case, her work reflects the aesthetic trends of the time, influenced by geometric abstraction. Loló Soldevilla is considered one of the most important figures of Geometric Abstraction and Kineticism, both for her achievements during her career and for her efforts to promote Cuban art within and beyond the borders of her country. He always showed a political involvement through his art, both in his country and abroad, taking an active part in the aid campaigns for the Spanish Republic after the outbreak of the Civil War. His artistic career was always marked by experimentation, not only stylistically but also technically, and he produced works in different media such as sculpture, engraving and drawing. His artistic career began in 1948, influenced by his friendship with Wifredo Lam, who encouraged and supported him in his beginnings in the world of painting. In 1949 he settled in Paris, where he studied at the Académie Grande Chaumière, making frequent trips and exhibitions in Cuba to show his work. In 1951 she joined the workshop of Dewasne and Pillet, where she stayed for two years, and attended a course on printmaking techniques by Hayter and Cochet, maintaining and encouraging creative exchanges with the School of Paris. Linked to the 26th of July Movement, she was forced to live a clandestine life, since during the pre-revolutionary period she collaborated in Diario de la Marina, Carteles, Información, El País, Avance, Porvenir, Tiempo en Cuba and Survey, as well as in the Parisian publications Combat and Arts. After the revolutionary triumph of 1959 she joined the newspaper Revolución as an editor and during the academic year 1960-61 she established herself as a professor of plastic arts at the School of Architecture of the University of Havana. From then on, Dolores Soldevilla combined her artistic career with her teaching work at the University's School of Architecture and at the newspaper Granma. Thanks to her aesthetic approaches, the Grupo Espacio emerged and she was a member of the group Diez Pintores Concretos; she was a member of the UPEC and the UNEAC and collaborated with Bohemia. During his lifetime his work was exhibited in important artistic spaces such as the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Cuba, in Caracas (Venezuela), Paris, Valencia, Valladolid (Spain), Czechoslovakia, etc., achieving great recognition of his work at a global level. Today his work is kept in numerous private collections all over the world and in institutions such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Cuba (where the main collection is kept).

        Setdart Auction House
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956
        May. 19, 2022

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956 signed and dated 56 on the reverse oil and collage elements on board 20 1/8 by 62 1/4 in. 51.1 by 158.1 cm. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Martha Flora Carranza Barba, Havana, Cuba. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956
        May. 19, 2022

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1956 signed; signed and dated 56 on the reverse oil, collage elements, and twine on board 13 1/2 by 23 1/4 in. 34.3 by 59.1 cm. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Martha Flora Carranza Barba, Havana, Cuba. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • Lolo Soldevilla. Untitled
        Apr. 27, 2022

        Lolo Soldevilla. Untitled

        Est: -

        Composition with wooden blocks on a table. Signed (Loló) on the back. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Mrs. Martha Flora Carranza Barba, granddaughter of the artist.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • DOLORES SOLDEVILLA NIETO "LOLO". La Habana, Cuba (1904) / (.). "Untitled" . 86 x 38 x 1,5 cm .
        Apr. 06, 2022

        DOLORES SOLDEVILLA NIETO "LOLO". La Habana, Cuba (1904) / (.). "Untitled" . 86 x 38 x 1,5 cm .

        Est: €18,000 - €24,000

        Signed on the back. Certificate of authenticity enclosed. Provenance: -Private collection, Madrid -Private collection, Caracas, Venezuela (Exhibition 1991).   Mixed media with wooden blocks, jute and cardboard on board. 86 x 38 x 1,5 cm

        Ansorena
      • “LOLO SOLDEVILLA”; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1957. Mixed technique on cardboard.
        Apr. 05, 2022

        “LOLO SOLDEVILLA”; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1957. Mixed technique on cardboard.

        Est: €10,000 - €12,000

        “LOLO SOLDEVILLA”; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1957. Mixed technique on cardboard. Attached certificate issued by Mrs. Martha Flora Carranza. It has a framing label on the back. It presents a layer of dirt on the pictorial surface. Signed and dated on the back. Measures: 69 x 38 cm; 78 x 49 cm (frame).

        Setdart Auction House
      • Loló Soldevilla, Pinar del Rio/Kuba 1901 – 1971 Havanna/Kuba, Sin titulo
        Mar. 29, 2022

        Loló Soldevilla, Pinar del Rio/Kuba 1901 – 1971 Havanna/Kuba, Sin titulo

        Est: €8,000 - €15,000

        Loló Soldevilla Pinar del Rio/Kuba 1901 – 1971 Havanna/Kuba „Sin titulo“ 1954 Material collage geometric wooden body in white and black on mesonite plate, original artist frame 72 x 83 x 2,6 cm Backside: In white color field signed by hand "Lolò" & dated (19)54 Expertise: Certificate of Authenticity by Martha Flora Carranza Barba, dated August 1st, 2021 Provenance: Marina Hidalgo, Havanna/Cuba "Hidalgo Art Gallery", founded in 1951 by Mirana Hidalgo-Cruz on Prado Boulevard in Havana/Cuba. Loló Soldevilla, full name Dolores Soldevilla Nieto, was born in 1901 in Pinar del Rio, Cuba. In her first profession of choice, Soldevilla was a teacher in Havana. It was not until 1948 that the artist began to paint, and in 1949, when she resided in the Cuban Embassy in Paris in the capacity of cultural attaché, her career unfolded. She attended teaching courses at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1950, Lolo returned to Cuba, where she had her first two solo exhibitions of sculptures and paintings. This permanently changed not only her life, but more importantly the artistic discourse of abstraction in Cuba in the 1950s. Arriving back in Paris in 1951, she worked at the Atelier d'art abstrait and turned to geometric abstraction. Her works from the 1st half of the 1950s were often created in collaboration with the representative of kinetic art, Eusebio Sempere (1923-1985), and feature geometric forms throughout. From 1951 to 1955 she participated in the Salon des Realités Nouvelles; the work Lolo from 1954 shown here can also be assigned to this period. In 1956 Soldevilla returned to Cuba with her husband Pedro de Oraá. In her homeland, the artist became a central mediator between the European avant-garde and the new directions of abstraction in Latin America. Together, the two artists founded the Galeria Color-Luz. There, in 1956, at the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Lolo organized the exhibition Pintura de hoy. Vanguardia de la Escuela de Parisand opened the Galería de Arte Color-Luz in 1957, which became the central meeting point for the group she co-founded in 1958, Los Diez Pintores Concretos. (The Ten Concrete Painters) or simply called Los Diez (The Ten), were a group of artists who established the style of 'Concreteism' and 'Concrete' art in 1950s Cuba, creating a whole new language of abstraction. Soldevilla's sense of geometric abstraction played an important role in the development of Concretism both in Cuba and in the international art scene. Her training in Paris and the connections she made with her colleagues and other contemporaries led her to the most important period of her work from 1950 - 1957. Her collages from this period are studies of geometries of circles, rectangles, lines and colors, which create a rhythm through their different sizes and shapes. Variations of diagonals, opposing elements and a geometric, organic style differentiate Loló from her contemporaries. In addition to returning to Cuba, Soldevilla traveled extensively throughout her career and was influenced by the avant-garde of various countries in Europe and Latin America. From Spain to Switzerland, Austria and Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium, Great Britain to Brazil and Venezuela, her study trips led. Just as the opening of the Galeria Color-Luz was the birth of Los Diez, its closing in 1961 meant the official dissolution of the group. They had exhibited together only three times. With the Cuban Revolution, Lolo's artistic productivity waned. In the last decade of her life, Lolo devoted herself to journalistic and literary activities, working for various magazines and newspapers, and even writing her own memoirs about life in Paris, entitled Ir, venir, volver a ir: crónicas (1952-1957) "Going, Coming, Going Back: Chronicles, [1952-1957]"). She was also an avid author, writing novels, plays, and even a ballet. Although she rarely exhibited in the 1960s, she remains a seminal, revolutionary figure in the history of Cuban art and the flowering of concretism and concrete art. Soldevilla died in 1971 in Havana, Cuba

        Tiberius Auctions
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Collage with colored paper on cardboard. Attached certificate issued by Mrs. Martha Flora Carranza. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
        Mar. 08, 2022

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Collage with colored paper on cardboard. Attached certificate issued by Mrs. Martha Flora Carranza. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

        Est: €4,000 - €5,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Collage with coloured paper on cardboard. Enclosed certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza. Slight white stains in the white areas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 30 x 71 cm. Aesthetically, this work is conceived as a triptych, in such a way that the author divides the piece into three compartmentalised spaces, in which she arranges different geometric elements. Geometry, a direct influence of neoplasticism, was a constant in Loló Soldevilla's work. However, in this piece she goes further, using paper in the form of textured collages. This characteristic breaks with the rigidity of geometry, introducing dynamism and expressiveness into the work. This work is accompanied by a certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza, Universal heiress of Loló Soldevilla's work. Loló Soldevilla is considered one of the most important figures of Geometric Abstraction and Kineticism, both for her achievements during her career and for her efforts to promote Cuban art inside and outside the borders of her country. He always showed political involvement through his art, both at home and abroad, taking an active part in the campaigns to help the Spanish Republic after the outbreak of the Civil War. His artistic career was always marked by experimentation, not only stylistically but also technically, and he produced works in different media such as sculpture, engraving and drawing. His artistic career began in 1948, influenced by his friendship with Wifredo Lam, who encouraged and supported him in his beginnings in the world of painting. In 1949 he settled in Paris, where he studied at the Académie Grande Chaumière, making frequent trips and exhibitions in Cuba to show his work. In 1951 she joined the workshop of Dewasne and Pillet, where she stayed for two years, and attended a course on printmaking techniques by Hayter and Cochet, maintaining and encouraging creative exchanges with the School of Paris. Linked to the 26th of July Movement, she was forced to live a clandestine life, since during the pre-revolutionary period she collaborated in Diario de la Marina, Carteles, Información, El País, Avance, Porvenir, Tiempo en Cuba and Survey, as well as in the Parisian publications Combat and Arts. After the revolutionary triumph of 1959 she joined the newspaper Revolución as an editor, and during the 1960-61 academic year she established herself as a professor of plastic arts at the School of Architecture of the University of Havana. From then on, Dolores Soldevilla combined her artistic career with her teaching work at the University's School of Architecture and at the newspaper Granma. Thanks to her aesthetic approaches, the Grupo Espacio emerged and she was a member of the group Diez Pintores Concretos; she was a member of the UPEC and the UNEAC and collaborated with Bohemia. During his lifetime his work was exhibited in important artistic spaces such as the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Cuba, in Caracas (Venezuela), Paris, Valencia, Valladolid (Spain), Czechoslovakia, etc., achieving great recognition of his work at a global level. Today his work is kept in numerous private collections all over the world and in institutions such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Cuba (where the main collection is kept).

        Setdart Auction House
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Collage with colored paper on cardboard. Attached certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
        Mar. 08, 2022

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Collage with colored paper on cardboard. Attached certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1956. Collage with coloured paper on cardboard. Enclosed certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 26,7 x 64,5 cm. This work encloses a certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza, Universal heiress of Loló Soldevilla's work. In this work we can appreciate the influence of Geometric Abstraction and Kineticism, typical of the European avant-garde, treated from a perspective where the elements, close to abstraction, are arranged through a stable and mobile character. Made with cubes and circles, the author achieves great movement, balance and harmony, heir to the avant-garde movements, but still representative of a personal style such as that of Dolores Soldevilla, who knew how to reinterpret everything with which she had artistic contact during her training and create a decisive language far removed from the exotic and post-colonialist ideas that the West had of Latin America. Loló Soldevilla is considered one of the most important figures of Geometric Abstraction and Kineticism, both for her achievements during her career and for her efforts to promote Cuban art inside and outside the borders of her country. He always showed a political involvement through his art, both in his country and abroad, taking an active part in the aid campaigns for the Spanish Republic after the outbreak of the Civil War, and his artistic career always stood out for his experimentation, not only stylistically but also technically, producing works in different media such as sculpture, engraving and drawing. His artistic career began in 1948, influenced by his friendship with Wifredo Lam, who encouraged and supported him in his beginnings in the world of painting. In 1949 he settled in Paris, where he studied at the Académie Grande Chaumière, making frequent trips and exhibitions in Cuba to show his work. In 1951 she joined the workshop of Dewasne and Pillet, where she stayed for two years, and attended a course on printmaking techniques by Hayter and Cochet, maintaining and encouraging creative exchanges with the School of Paris. Linked to the 26th of July Movement, she was forced to live a clandestine life, since during the pre-revolutionary period she collaborated in Diario de la Marina, Carteles, Información, El País, Avance, Porvenir, Tiempo en Cuba and Survey, as well as in the Parisian publications Combat and Arts. After the revolutionary triumph of 1959 she joined the newspaper Revolución as an editor, and during the 1960-61 academic year she established herself as a professor of plastic arts at the School of Architecture of the University of Havana. From then on, Dolores Soldevilla combined her artistic career with her teaching work at the University's School of Architecture and at the newspaper Granma. Thanks to her aesthetic approaches, the Grupo Espacio emerged and she was a member of the group Diez Pintores Concretos; she was a member of the UPEC and the UNEAC and collaborated with Bohemia. During his lifetime his work was exhibited in important artistic spaces such as the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Cuba, in Caracas (Venezuela), Paris, in Valencia, Valladolid (Spain), Czechoslovakia, etc., achieving great recognition of his work at a global level. Today his work is kept in numerous private collections all over the world and in institutions such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Cuba (where the main collection is kept).

        Setdart Auction House
      • Loló Soldevilla. Untitled
        Feb. 23, 2022

        Loló Soldevilla. Untitled

        Est: -

        Composition with wooden blocks on a table. Signed (Loló) on the back. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Mrs. Martha Flora Carranza Barba, granddaughter of the artist.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron. Attached certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza Barba, the artist's granddaughter. Signed at the base.
        Jan. 11, 2022

        "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron. Attached certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza Barba, the artist's granddaughter. Signed at the base.

        Est: €11,000 - €12,000

        "LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA"; Dolores Soldevilla Nieto (Pinar del Río, Cuba 1901-Havana, 1971). Untitled, 1955. Wood and iron. Attached certificate issued by Doña Martha Flora Carranza Barba, granddaughter of the artist. Signed on the base. Measurements: 44,5 x 66 x 12 cm. Apart from her well-known career as a painter, Lolo Soldevilla explored other fields such as sculpture. In fact, in 1949 she decided to study sculpture at the Grande Chaumièr Academy in Paris. In this particular case, her work reflects the aesthetic trends of the time, influenced by geometric abstraction. By twisting iron, the artist transforms the lines of the rigid material into curves that harmonise with the circumferences made of wood, very similar to one of the sculptures (Untitled, 1957) that was exhibited in 2019 at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York. Loló Soldevilla is considered one of the most relevant figures of Geometric Abstraction and Kineticism, both for her achievements during her career and for her efforts to promote Cuban art within and beyond the borders of her country. He always showed political involvement through his art, both at home and abroad, taking an active part in the campaigns to help the Spanish Republic after the outbreak of the Civil War. His artistic career was always marked by experimentation, not only stylistically but also technically, and he produced works in different media such as sculpture, engraving and drawing. His artistic career began in 1948, influenced by his friendship with Wifredo Lam, who encouraged and supported him in his beginnings in the world of painting. In 1949 he settled in Paris, where he studied at the Académie Grande Chaumière, making frequent trips and exhibitions in Cuba to show his work. In 1951 she joined the workshop of Dewasne and Pillet, where she stayed for two years, and attended a course on printmaking techniques by Hayter and Cochet, maintaining and encouraging creative exchanges with the School of Paris. Linked to the 26th of July Movement, she was forced to live a clandestine life, since during the pre-revolutionary period she collaborated in Diario de la Marina, Carteles, Información, El País, Avance, Porvenir, Tiempo en Cuba and Survey, as well as in the Parisian publications Combat and Arts. After the revolutionary triumph of 1959 she joined the newspaper Revolución as an editor, and during the 1960-61 academic year she established herself as a professor of plastic arts at the School of Architecture of the University of Havana. From then on, Dolores Soldevilla combined her artistic career with her teaching work at the University's School of Architecture and at the newspaper Granma. Thanks to her aesthetic approaches, the Grupo Espacio emerged and she was a member of the group Diez Pintores Concretos; she was a member of the UPEC and the UNEAC and collaborated with Bohemia. During his lifetime his work was exhibited in important artistic spaces such as the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Cuba, in Caracas (Venezuela), Paris, in Valencia, Valladolid (Spain), Czechoslovakia, etc., achieving great recognition of his work at a global level. Today his work is preserved in numerous private collections all over the world and in institutions such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Cuba (where the main collection is kept).

        Setdart Auction House
      • DOLORES SOLDEVILLA NIETO "LOLO" (1904 / 1971) "Untitled", 1957
        Dec. 17, 2021

        DOLORES SOLDEVILLA NIETO "LOLO" (1904 / 1971) "Untitled", 1957

        Est: €15,000 - €20,000

        Certificate of authenticity of Marta Flora Carranza Barba dated 2019 is attached. Mixed media on panel. 70 x 109,5 cm

        Ansorena
      • Loló Soldevilla. Untitled
        Oct. 27, 2021

        Loló Soldevilla. Untitled

        Est: -

        Composición con tacos de madera sobre tabla. Firmado (Loló) al dorso. Adjunta certificado de autenticidad expedido por Dª Martha Flora Carranza Barba, nieta de la artista.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA - Untitled
        Oct. 26, 2021

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA - Untitled

        Est: €6,800 - €10,200

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA Havana 1901-1971 Untitled Painting and small boards on jute glued to board Back signed Size 58 x 49 x 1.5 cm Certificate of Ms Martha Flora Carranza Barba

        Subastas Segre
      • Lolo Soldevilla (Cuban, 1901) Oil Painting
        Oct. 12, 2021

        Lolo Soldevilla (Cuban, 1901) Oil Painting

        Est: $500 - $5,000

        DESCRIPTION: A signed Lolo Soldevilla (Cuban, 1901-1971) oil on board abstract painting with orange background and geometrical figures. Signed "Lolo". With COA. CIRCA: 20th Century. ORIGIN: Cuba. DIMENSIONS: H: 10 1/4" W: 17". Frame is W: 33" H: 26 1/2". Have a similar item to sell? Contact: [email protected]. CONDITION: Vintage condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email ([email protected]) or SMS(305)-332-9274. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission."

        Akiba Galleries
      • Lolo Soldevilla (Cuban 1901-1971) Mixed Media
        Jul. 29, 2021

        Lolo Soldevilla (Cuban 1901-1971) Mixed Media

        Est: $4,000 - $8,000

        DESCRIPTION: A mixed media (Oil and Wood) by artist Lolo Soldevilla depicts a series of Geometric shapes in contrasting white and black tones. "Lolo 56". (Comes with COA Pedro Carratala) CIRCA: Mid 20th Cent. ORIGIN: Cuba DIMENSIONS: H: 25.5" W: 19.5" Have a similar item to sell? Contact: [email protected] CONDITION: Great condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email ([email protected]) or SMS(305)-332-9274. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission."

        Akiba Galleries
      • LOLO SOLDEVILLA
        Jul. 17, 2021

        LOLO SOLDEVILLA

        Est: €35,000 - €45,000

        Lolo Soldevilla oil on cardboard on panel. Year 1960. Signed at the back. Dimensions : 35 x 37 cm.

        Monte Carlo Auction
      • DOLORES SOLDEVILLA NIETO "LOLO" (1904 / 1971) "Untitled"
        Jun. 17, 2021

        DOLORES SOLDEVILLA NIETO "LOLO" (1904 / 1971) "Untitled"

        Est: €10,500 - €14,000

        Signed on the back Lolo Certificate of authenticity of Martha Flora Carranza Barba dated April 2021 is attached. .43 x 91 cm

        Ansorena
      • Loló Soldevilla. Untitled
        May. 26, 2021

        Loló Soldevilla. Untitled

        Est: -

        Técnica mixta sobre lienzo de yute. Firmado y fechado (54) en el ángulo inferior derecho. Adjunta certificado de autenticidad expedido por Dª Martha Flora Carranza Barba, nieta de la artista.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA - Untitled
        May. 18, 2021

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA - Untitled

        Est: €7,000 - €14,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA Havana 1901-1971 Untitled. 1955 Painting on wood Back signed and dated 1955 size 63 x 51 cm Certificate of Ms Marta Flora Carranza Barba

        Subastas Segre
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1959
        May. 12, 2021

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1959

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled 1959 signed and dated 59 on the reverse oil and collage elements on jute canvas laid to board, in artist's frame 24 7/8 by 71 1/2 in. 63 by 181.6 cm. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Martha Flora Carranza Barba, Havana, Cuba. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled circa 1955
        May. 12, 2021

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled circa 1955

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        LOLÓ SOLDEVILLA (1901-1971) Untitled circa 1955 signed on the reverse oil, twine, and collage elements on jute canvas laid to board, in artist's frame 27 3/4 by 35 1/2 in. 70.5 by 90.2 cm. This work was executed circa 1955. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Martha Flora Carranza Barba, Havana, Cuba. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • Lolo Soldevilla Cuban, 1904-1971 Untitled
        Apr. 20, 2021

        Lolo Soldevilla Cuban, 1904-1971 Untitled

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Cuban, 1904-1971 Untitled Signed Lolo (lr) Paper collage on black paper 14 x 10 3/4 inches (35.6 x 27.3 cm) This work includes a certificate of authenticity from Roberto Cobas Amate, no. 23022021498. C 

        Doyle New York
      • Lolo Soldevilla Cuban, 1904-1971 Untitled
        Apr. 20, 2021

        Lolo Soldevilla Cuban, 1904-1971 Untitled

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Lolo Soldevilla Cuban, 1904-1971 Untitled Signed Lolo (lr) Paper collage on paper 14 x 10 3/4 inches (35.6 x 27.3 cm) This work includes a certificate of authenticity from Roberto Cobas Amate, no. 23022021499. C 

        Doyle New York
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