Surrealist Scene with Two Women and a Dove by Àlvar Suñol Munoz-Ramos
A mesmerising, fantastical image that perfectly encapsulates the intricate art of this Spanish master.
Àlvar Suñol Munoz-Ramos (known as Alvar) is one of the few remaining living Spanish Modernist artists. Known for his meticulous work that synthesises the traditions and craftsmanship of Renaissance painting with a Modern sensibility.
His works are owned by over 40 museums across the world and he has exhibited widely in the USA and Europe. Most notably he showed his work at Galerie Charpentier in Paris in the 1960s, alongside his fellow Spanish Modernists Dali, Miro and Picasso.
His full biography can be read here:
The letter on the back of the piece reads in Catalá:
"Aquesta litografia ha estat realitzada per ALVAR i editada exclusivament amb motiu de l'homenatge de Tiana a lola Anqlada.
S'ha fet un tiratge sobre paper arches limitat a 150 exemplares i 25 proves d'artista, signat i numerat per le autor.
Tiane, estiu del 1978".
'This lithograph has been made by ALVAR and published exclusively on the occasion of Tiana 's tribute to Lola Anqlada.
A print run on Arches paper limited to 150 copies and 25 artist proofs has been made, signed and numbered by the author.
Tiane, Summer 1978'.
Artist name: Àlvar Suñol Munoz-Ramos (b.1935)
Date Approx: 1978
Size Approx.: Large
Framed: H 81 x W 61 x D 2 cm
Image size: H 76 x W 56 cm
Weight: 2.1 kg
Medium: Lithograph on Paper. Signed and numbered in pencil '92/150'.
Comments: Lightly framed with acrylic instead of glass.