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Reference: ZF1110

Still life of flowers. Oil on canvas. GARCÍA-OCHOA IBÁÑEZ, Luis (San Sebastián, 1920-Madrid, 2019). 1949. Signed and dated towards the lower left corner. Label on the back. Still life showing a round table covered with cloth and a series of bouquets of flowers and plants, all placed in their respective vases or pots, as well as a small object in front and several loose flowers. In the lower left area, you can see the painter's signature and the date 1949 (49). On the back there are two labels that relate the work to the XXVI Biennale Internazionalde d'Arte in Venice in 1952. One with the numbering of the painting and the other with the author's information. Luis García-Ochoa was a painter and graphic artist who became an academic of Fine Arts in Madrid. He moved to the capital as a child and worked in his father's architecture studio, training there in avant-garde art. Enrolled in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, he expanded his training in France, Italy and England. Around 1942, thanks to Benjamín Palencia, he participated in the second Vallecas School, a group that served as the basis for the Madrid School. At this time his style evolved from initial cubism to expressionism. He was invited to the Venice Biennale on several occasions (1940, 1950, 1952 and 1954), participated in several National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, in group exhibitions and individual exhibitions, etc. In 1993 he founded the School of Figurative Painters of El Escorial. His work is preserved in several private collections and in institutions such as the Reina Sofía Art Center, the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum, etc.

· Size: 94x4,5x78 cms int 80x65 cms

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