Antiques - Paintings
Reference: Z3942

REDONDELA, Agustín (Madrid, 1922).
Signed and titled in the lower area.
Painter of training mainly self-taught, Agustín González Alonso was formed along with his father, the painter and set designer José González "Redondela". After the civil war he attended the classes of the School of Arts and Crafts of Madrid with the landscape painter Jose Ordoñez, and in 1945 he sent for the first time a painting to the National Exhibition of Fine Arts, signed with the pseudonym Redondela. That same year he will hold his first personal show at the Estilo de Madrid gallery. It was at this time that he came into contact with the School of Madrid, and in 1947 he was selected to exhibit at the Salon of the Eleven of the Brief and Critical Art Academy of Eugenio d'Ors. Already in the fifties Redondela will obtain a scholarship from the Catherword Foundation of Philadelphia (1954), the National Painting Prize (1953) and first medal in the National Exhibition (1957). In 1996, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando awarded him the José González de la Peña prize, and two years later the Cultural Center of the Villa de Madrid dedicated an important Anthological exhibition to him. He is currently represented in the Museum of Fine Arts of La Coruña, the Contemporary Spanish Landscape of Priego de Córdoba, the Fine Arts of Bilbao, the Camón Aznar of Zaragoza, those of Buenos Aires, Caracas and Havana and the House-Museum of Oswaldo Guayasamín in Quito, among other collections, both public and private."

· Size: 16 x 23 cm; 44 x 52 cm con marco

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