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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 10/100. Eight silkscreen prints on paper. Signed, dated and numbered by hand.
          Jan. 30, 2024

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 10/100. Eight silkscreen prints on paper. Signed, dated and numbered by hand.

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 10/100. Eight silkscreen prints on paper. Signed, dated and numbered by hand. Measurements: 94 x 66 cm. Painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1967 he made a trip to Northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. In the 1980s he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. In the latter period he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveller confronted with the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic overwhelmed by the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • Eduardo Úrculo. No title
          Jan. 24, 2024

          Eduardo Úrculo. No title

          Est: -

          Sririgraphy on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (P/A - Artist's Proof) in the lower left corner.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Conspiracy in New York", 1998. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled and dated on the back.
          Jan. 10, 2024

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Conspiracy in New York", 1998. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled and dated on the back.

          Est: €22,000 - €24,000

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Conspiracy in New York", 1998. Acrylic on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Titled and dated on the back. Measurements: 90 x 90 cm; 105 x 105 cm (frame). In the eighties, Eduardo Úrculo accustomed us to this type of scenes with anonymous characters who turn their backs to us, uprooted travelers who seem to have escaped from some film noir movie. With the theme of the traveler facing the big city or wandering through its margins, it was a sort of ironic variant or postmodern update of the figure of the romantic character overwhelmed by the landscape. More specifically, in this New York scene, iconic urban elements such as the Empire State Building and the Twin Towers are cut out like totemic idols before a group of mysterious men of whom we only see their backs covered with trench coats and Borsalino hats. Úrculo plays with the cliché of suspense, while chromatically combining the hats with the colors of the towers. Likewise, seen from the present (post-2001), the title of the painting and the presence of the World Trade Center towers are disturbingly premonitory. Painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began painting as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1967 he made a trip to Northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop. In the eighties, he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. He held numerous individual exhibitions around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, among them the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • Eduardo Úrculo. The return of Williams B.
          Dec. 27, 2023

          Eduardo Úrculo. The return of Williams B.

          Est: -

          Sculpture made of patinated bronze on a wooden base. Signed in the lower right part. Numbered (51/100) in the lower left corner. The work is a scale of the urban sculpture "The Return of Williams B. Arrensberg", located in Porlier Square in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, it stands out among more than a hundred works that adorn the streets of the city. Made in bronze by the sculptor Eduardo Úrculo in 1993, the work, known as "The Traveler", portrays a standing man with a brimmed hat and coat, surrounded by suitcases, resting an umbrella next to them, evoking the image of someone newly arrived in town. The life-size set rests directly on the street floor, without a pedestal, adding a distinctive element to the urban landscape. The sculpture is an artistic and personal tribute, being the portrait of Williams B. Arrensberg, a friend of the sculptor. Reference bibliography: - HIDALGO, Victoria: Eduardo Úrculo Retrospective 1957- 1997 [Cat. Exp.]. Cultural Center of the Town and City Hall of Madrid. Madrid, 1997. Pages. 236-237. (Images of the process of creating the work).

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        • EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (1938 - 2003) "Two women with scarves"
          Dec. 19, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (1938 - 2003) "Two women with scarves"

          Est: €1,500 - €2,000

          EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, 1938 - Madrid, 2003) "Two women with scarves" Mixed media on paper Signed and dated 1965 25 x 32 cm 1.500 - 2.000 €

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        • EDUARDO URCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Untitled", 1974
          Dec. 19, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Untitled", 1974

          Est: €2,400 - €3,200

          Five serigraphs on paper All of them justified 65/150, signed and dated in pencil at the bottom. They are presented in a folder from the "Girasol" collection published by the Sen Gallery in Madrid. Measurements: 65 x 49 cm each

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1986 Screen printing and offs
          Dec. 12, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1986 Screen printing and offs

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1986 Screen printing and offset on paper Signed in pencil Numbered 34/90 Measurements 50 x 34.5 cm Edited by the Artist, Madrid 1986 BIBLIOGRAPHY br> Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Municipal Retirement Board) 2001, no. 50, Page 123

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1992 Etching on vellum d'Arch
          Dec. 12, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1992 Etching on vellum d'Arch

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1992 Etching on vellum d'Arches paper Signed in pencil and dated 1992 Numbered XVII/XX Measurements 49.5 x 39.5 cm (imprint); 76 x 56 cm (paper) Edita Iberia, Madrid 1992 BIBLIOGRAPHY Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Municipal Board of Retiro) 2001, No. 74, Page 171

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled, 1983. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.
          Nov. 14, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled, 1983. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.

          Est: €10,000 - €12,000

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled, 1983. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Work published as a cover in the magazine "Papeles de economía española", ed. C.E. Cajas de Ahorro, 1983. Measurements: 113,5 x 84 cm; 124 x 93,5 cm (frame). An anonymous figure, wearing a Borsalino hat, lies on the sand and gazes out over the horizon. The calm sea, the small boat and the mauve lights of the sunset pervade the atmosphere with a virginal silence. In the eighties, Eduardo Úrculo accustomed us to this type of painting with anonymous characters who turn their backs on us, uprooted travellers who seem to have escaped from some film noir movie. With the theme of the traveller facing the big city or wandering around its margins, it was a sort of ironic variant or post-modern update of the figure of the romantic character overwhelmed by the landscape. A painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1967 he made a trip to Northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. In the 1980s he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. He held numerous solo exhibitions all over the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • EDUARDO URCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Cinemax"
          Nov. 06, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Cinemax"

          Est: €225 - €300

          Engraving Signed and justified in pencil 9/100 at the bottom Measurements: Imprint: 49.5 x 39 cm; paper: 76 x 56cm

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        • EDUARDO URCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Untitled", 1967
          Nov. 06, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Untitled", 1967

          Est: €2,700 - €3,600

          Mixed technique on paper Signed, dated and located "Ibiza" in pencil at the bottom. Measurements: Paper: 80 x 64 cm

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 10/100. Eight silkscreen prints on paper. Signed, dated and numbered by hand.
          Nov. 06, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 10/100. Eight silkscreen prints on paper. Signed, dated and numbered by hand.

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 10/100. Eight silkscreen prints on paper. Signed, dated and numbered by hand. Measurements: 94 x 66 cm. Painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1967 he made a trip to Northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. In the 1980s he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. In the latter period he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveller confronted with the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic overwhelmed by the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • EDUARDO URCULO - Interior with Cushions
          Oct. 24, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO - Interior with Cushions

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Interior with Cushions. 1982 Silkscreen on paper Signed in pencil and dated 1982 Numbered 141/200 Measurements 64.5 x 49 cm Presents small flaws BIBLIOGRAPHY < br> Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Municipal Retirement Board) 2001, no. 41. Page 105

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        • EDUARDO URCULO - Untitled
          Oct. 24, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO - Untitled

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1993 Etching on paper with publisher's dry stamp Signed in pencil Numbered 176/225 Measurements 50 x 38 cm (imprint); 76 x 56.5 cm (paper) Edita Selec'art, Madrid 1993 BIBLIOGRAPHY Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Junta Municipal of Retiro) 2001, No. 77, Page 177

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        • EDUARDO URCULO - South wind on Mount Fuji
          Oct. 24, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO - South wind on Mount Fuji

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 South wind on Mount Fuji. 2003 Acrylic on canvas Signed Back signed, titled and dated on frame 2003 Measurements 125 x 110 cm PROVENANCE Acquired from the artist by the current owner.

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        • EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, 1938 - Madrid, 2003) "Untitled"
          Oct. 04, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, 1938 - Madrid, 2003) "Untitled"

          Est: €150 - €200

          EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, 1938 - Madrid, 2003) "Untitled" Screen print Signed in pencil dated 1978 and numbered 129/200 34,5 x 24,5 cm 150 - 200 €

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        • EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, 1938 - Madrid, 2003) "Lolita"
          Oct. 04, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, 1938 - Madrid, 2003) "Lolita"

          Est: €350 - €400

          EDUARDO URCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, 1938 - Madrid, 2003) "Lolita" Screen print Signed and dated P.A. in 1972 69 x 64 cm 350 - 400 €

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "The Carpetovetonic Spain", 1960
          Oct. 04, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "The Carpetovetonic Spain", 1960

          Est: €18,000 - €24,000

          Oil on canvas Signed in the upper left corner, on the back signed, dated and located in Oviedo. Bibliography: -Hidalgo, V., "Eduardo Úrculo: Retrospective. 1957-1997". Catalog of the exhibition held at the Centro Cultural de la Villa, Madrid, from September 24 to November 23, 1997, Madrid City Council, 1997 (reproduced) Measurements: 130 x 200 cm

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        • EDUARDO URCULO - Lolita
          Sep. 19, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO - Lolita

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Lolita. 1972 Screen print on canvas Signed and dated 1972 on the back Numbered 6/15 Measurements 69 x 64 cm Edited by Punto Gallery, Valencia 1972

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Untitled
          Sep. 19, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Untitled

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1991 Etching on Arches paper Signed in pencil and dated 1991 Numbered 38/100 Measurements 52.5 x 35.5 cm (imprint); 76 x 56 cm (paper) Edita Abel Ruski, Madrid 1991 BIBLIOGRAPHY Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Junta Municipal de Retiro ) 2001, No. 73, Page 169

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Day out
          Sep. 19, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Day out

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Day for a walk Ink and wash on paper Signed Size 29.5 x 39 cm

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Living forces
          Sep. 19, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Living forces

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          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Living forces. 1964 Gouache, watercolor and varnish on paper Signed and dated I-64 Measurements 50 x 64 cm

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Rain over Dublin
          Sep. 19, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Rain over Dublin

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          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Rain over Dublin. 1995 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated 1995 Back signed, dated and titled Measurements 162 x 140 cm PROVENANCE Acquired from the artist by the current owner. EXHIBITIONS "Eduardo Úrculo" (Itinerant): 2003 (March 8-April 20), Millennium Museum, Beijing; (May 7-June 15) National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur; (July 9-August 3), Shanghai Museum of Fine Arts; (October 6-November 15), Hospital de Santiago-Sala Pintor Elbo, Jaén BIBLIOGRAPHY Fernado Castro Florez (curator), "Eduardo Úrculo", Ed. Spanish Art for the Exterior-Ministry of Affairs Exteriors, Madrid 2003, cat exp. Jorge Semprúm, "Eduardo Úrculo: Paris spring 1997", Ed. Fundación Tabacalera, Madrid 1997, page. Four. Five

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Untitled", 1990
          Jul. 18, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Untitled", 1990

          Est: €225 - €300

          Engraving Signed, dated and justified 68/75 in the lower part in pencil Measurements: Print: 53.5 x 39 cm

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Untitled
          Jul. 04, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Untitled

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          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1990 Etching on Arches paper with workshop dry stamp Signed in pencil and dated 1990 PA (artist's proof) 4/6 Measurements 53 x 39.5 cm (print); 76 x 56.5 cm (paper) Print EEGEE-3, Madrid 1990 BIBLIOGRAPHY Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Junta Retiro Municipal Government) 2001, No. 71, Page 165

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Look at my new car!
          Jul. 04, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Look at my new car!

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          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Look at my new car!. 1964 Watercolor and gouache on paper Signed and dated 1964 Size 30 x 39.5 cm

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Untitled
          Jul. 04, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Untitled

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          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Untitled. 1972 Watercolor and felt-tip pen on paper Signed and dated in Formentera 1972 Measurements 50 x 33 cm PROVENANCE (label on the back) Galería Multud, Madrid Private collection your desires want to expand your consciousness. era is the true form of expansion... wanting,,, and not having... embrace change... actually change is what is happening

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - The eye of O. Redon illuminates the firmament
          Jul. 04, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - The eye of O. Redon illuminates the firmament

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          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 The eye of O. Redon illuminates the firmament. 1973 Watercolor and colored pencil on paper Signed, titled and dated 1973 Size 48 x 30 cm

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - 1930
          Jul. 04, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - 1930

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          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 1930. 1999 Acrylic on linen Signed Back on frame signed, titled and dated 1999 Measurements 150 x 150 cm < br> PROVENANCE Purchased from the artist by the current owner.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 – Madrid, 2003). "Odalisque cow", 1975. Tempera on paper. It presents a label from the Multitude Gallery on the back (Madrid). It has perforations of sockets in the frame.
          Jul. 03, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 – Madrid, 2003). "Odalisque cow", 1975. Tempera on paper. It presents a label from the Multitude Gallery on the back (Madrid). It has perforations of sockets in the frame.

          Est: €5,000 - €6,000

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Odalisque cow", 1975. Tempera on paper. With label of the Multitud Gallery on the back (Madrid). It has perforations of sockets in the frame. Measurements: 70 x 88 cm; 79 x 99 cm (frame). Odalisque Cow belongs to one of the artist's most creative periods. In 1975 he introduced for the first time the figure of a cow as a symbol of fertility and maternity, inspired by his wife's pregnancy. About this artistic period Úrculo commented: "My works at that time participated in some way in the so-called "sexual revolution", they had a purpose of struggle, of self-affirmation in the face of a repressive system". A painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. During these years he earned his living as an illustrator and set designer, and cultivated a style of painting marked by social expressionism. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In the French capital he worked as a graphic designer and met Eduardo Westerdahl, whose influence led his painting to evolve towards abstraction. Four years later, however, he returned to figuration and social criticism. In 1967 he made a trip to northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. From then on, Úrculo's work would be marked by a realism based on a very vivid colouring and, in the seventies, by erotic, satirical and critical themes. In the eighties he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. In the latter period he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveller confronted with the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic overwhelmed by the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 25/100. Nine silkscreen prints on paper. Signed and numbered by hand.
          Jun. 07, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 25/100. Nine silkscreen prints on paper. Signed and numbered by hand.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 25/100. Nine silkscreen prints on paper. Hand signed and numbered. Measurements: 94 x 66 cm. A painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1967 he made a trip to Northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. In the 1980s he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. In the latter period he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveller confronted with the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic overwhelmed by the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • Eduardo Úrculo. Apple
          May. 30, 2023

          Eduardo Úrculo. Apple

          Est: -

          Lithograph on Arches paper. Signed and dated (82) in the lower right corner. Numbered (419/700) in the lower left corner. Paper affected by humidity in the margins.

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        • urculus Contemporary Asturian Art
          May. 30, 2023

          urculus Contemporary Asturian Art

          Est: -

          Folder with 10 serigraphs on paper. All of them signed and numbered (28/199) in pencil by the artist. Published by Arte Asturiano Contemporáneo with the sponsorship of the Oviedo City Council. Includes circulation justification, prologue and editor's folder.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 – Madrid, 2003). "Odalisque cow", 1975. Tempera on paper. It presents a label from the Multitude Gallery on the back (Madrid). It has perforations of sockets in the frame.
          May. 16, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 – Madrid, 2003). "Odalisque cow", 1975. Tempera on paper. It presents a label from the Multitude Gallery on the back (Madrid). It has perforations of sockets in the frame.

          Est: €5,000 - €6,000

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Odalisque cow", 1975. Tempera on paper. With label of the Multitud Gallery on the back (Madrid). It has perforations of sockets in the frame. Measurements: 70 x 88 cm; 79 x 99 cm (frame). Odalisque Cow belongs to one of the artist's most creative periods. In 1975 he introduced for the first time the figure of a cow as a symbol of fertility and maternity, inspired by his wife's pregnancy. About this artistic period Úrculo commented: "My works at that time participated in some way in the so-called "sexual revolution", they had a purpose of struggle, of self-affirmation in the face of a repressive system". A painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. During these years he earned his living as an illustrator and set designer, and cultivated a style of painting marked by social expressionism. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In the French capital he worked as a graphic designer and met Eduardo Westerdahl, whose influence led his painting to evolve towards abstraction. Four years later, however, he returned to figuration and social criticism. In 1967 he made a trip to northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. From then on, Úrculo's work would be marked by a realism based on a very vivid colouring and, in the seventies, by erotic, satirical and critical themes. In the eighties he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. In the latter period he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveller confronted with the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic overwhelmed by the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Untitled", 1970
          May. 09, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce (Vizcaya) (1938) / Madrid (2003) "Untitled", 1970

          Est: €24,750 - €33,000

          Oil on canvas Signed and dated in the lower right corner. On the back signed on the stretcher and with a label from the 1970 Venice Biennale Measurements: 162 x 130 cm

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ - Fitzcarraldo
          Apr. 27, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ - Fitzcarraldo

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          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ - Fitzcarraldo

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        • Eduardo Úrculo. Untitled
          Apr. 26, 2023

          Eduardo Úrculo. Untitled

          Est: -

          Etching on Arches paper. Signed and dated (90) in the lower right corner. Numbered (6/6 PA Artist's Proof) in the lower left corner.

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        • Eduardo Úrculo. Contemporary Asturian Art
          Apr. 26, 2023

          Eduardo Úrculo. Contemporary Asturian Art

          Est: -

          Folder with 10 serigraphs on paper. All of them signed and numbered (120/199) in pencil. Published by Arte Asturiano Contemporáneo with the sponsorship of the Oviedo City Council. Includes circulation justification, prologue and editor's folder.

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        • Eduardo Úrculo. Untitled
          Apr. 26, 2023

          Eduardo Úrculo. Untitled

          Est: -

          Mixed technique (oil/grattage) on paper. Signed and dated (64) in the lower left corner.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Men II
          Mar. 28, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Men II

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Men II. 1999 Screen print on paper Michel Signed in pencil PA (artist's proof) 6/10 Size 53 x 40 cm Edita Designios, Madrid 1999 BIBLIOGRAPHY < br> Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Municipal Retirement Board) 2001, No. 112, Page 247

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - The return of Williams B. Arensberg
          Mar. 28, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - The return of Williams B. Arensberg

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 The return of Williams B. Arensberg. 1993 Patinated bronze on wooden base Signed Number 29 of 100 copies Measurements 21 x 20 x 20 cm

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        • Eduardo Úrculo. Moonlight...
          Mar. 22, 2023

          Eduardo Úrculo. Moonlight...

          Est: -

          Acrylic on canvas. Signed, titled and dated (1974) on the back. Small paint flaws. Provenance: Kreisler Dos Gallery, Madrid.

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        • EDUARDO URCULO (Santurce 1938 - Madrid 2003) "Watching the moon"
          Mar. 15, 2023

          EDUARDO URCULO (Santurce 1938 - Madrid 2003) "Watching the moon"

          Est: €100 - €150

          EDUARDO URCULO (Santurce 1938 - Madrid 2003) "Watching the moon" Serigraphy Signed and dated 209/275 in 1975 59 x 45 cm 100 - 150 €

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled. Formentera, 1972. Mixed media on paper. Signed, dedicated, located and dated in the lower margin. Label of the gallery Multitud, Madrid, on the back.
          Feb. 22, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled. Formentera, 1972. Mixed media on paper. Signed, dedicated, located and dated in the lower margin. Label of the gallery Multitud, Madrid, on the back.

          Est: €1,000 - €1,200

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled. Formentera, 1972. Mixed media on paper. Signed, dedicated, located and dated in the lower margin. Label of the gallery Multitud, Madrid, on the back. Measurements: 50 x 33 cm; 71 x 52 cm (frame). Painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1967 he made a trip to Northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. In the 1980s he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. In the latter period he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveller confronted with the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic overwhelmed by the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled, 1972. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.
          Feb. 22, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled, 1972. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). Untitled, 1972. Mixed media on paper. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Measurements: 65 x 49 cm; 68 x 52 cm (frame). Painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1967 he made a trip to Northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. In the 1980s he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. In the latter period he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveller confronted with the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic overwhelmed by the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 14/100. Nine silkscreen prints on paper. Hand signed and numbered.
          Feb. 22, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 14/100. Nine silkscreen prints on paper. Hand signed and numbered.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO FERNÁNDEZ (Santurce, Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003). "Monumentalis Podias", 1977. Silkscreen folder, copy 14/100. Nine silkscreen prints on paper. Hand signed and numbered. Measurements: 94 x 66 cm. Painter and sculptor, one of the best exponents of pop art in Spain, Eduardo Úrculo began to paint as a child, without any artistic training, and in 1957 he published his first illustrated strips in the Oviedo newspaper "La Nueva España". Shortly afterwards he moved to Madrid and began to take classes at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 1959 he went to Paris, where he furthered his training at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In 1967 he made a trip to Northern Europe, and it was then that he first came into contact with American pop art. In the 1980s he lived in New York, where he carried out important projects. In 1992 he returned to Paris. In the latter period he added to his repertoire the theme of the traveller confronted with the great modern city, an ironic variant of the figure of the romantic overwhelmed by the landscape. This formal evolution could be seen through the numerous individual exhibitions he held around the world since 1959, as well as in anthologies (Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid, 1997, and Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo de Marbella, 2000). Úrculo is currently present in numerous museums and collections of modern art, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderno in Rome, the Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, the AENA, Testimoni and Fundesco collections, the Museo del Dibujo Castillo de Larrés, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vilafamés and others.

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Interiors
          Feb. 07, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Interiors

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Interiors. 1998 Screen print on handmade paper Paperki Signed in pencil PA (artist's proof) 9/10 Measurements 77 x 58 cm Edita Designios, Madrid 1998 BIBLIOGRAPHY Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Municipal Board of Retirement) 2001, No. 108, Page 239

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        • EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Spectator
          Feb. 07, 2023

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO - Spectator

          Est: -

          EDUARDO ÚRCULO Santurce 1938-Madrid 2003 Spectator. 1998 Screen print on handmade paper Paperki Signed in pencil Numbered 14/75 Size 77 x 58.5 cm Edita Designios, Madrid 1998 BIBLIOGRAPHY < br> Victoria Hidalgo Nieto, "Úrculo. Graphic Work 1957-2000", Ed. Madrid City Council (Municipal Retirement Board) 2001, No. 109, Page 241

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