Luis Feito, we have original graphic work for sale (prints) engravings, lithographs and serigraphs (engravings, etchings, lithographs, serigraphs) by this artist.Buy and Sale work of art, painting.
1950 - Enters the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid. Brief figurative period, followed by cubist experimentation. 1954 - First individual exhibition with non-figurative work, at the Buchholz Gallery, Madrid. He exhibits at the Santa Fe Gallery, Madrid. From this moment on, Feito exhibits regularly in the most important cities of the world, such as Madrid, Paris, Milan, New York, Helsinki, Tokyo, Rome, etc. 1956 - After completing his studies, he settled in Paris, with a scholarship that allowed him to study avant-garde painting, which did not prevent him from maintaining his contacts with the group of painters who would later form the El Paso group. It receives influences from automatism and material painting. 1957 - Formation of the El Paso group, of which he is one of the founders, together with the painters Antonio Saura, Manolo Millares and Rafael Canogar, and the writers Manuel Condey José Ayllón. Later they were joined by the painters Manuel Rivera, Manuel Viola and the sculptor Martín Chirino. Among the group's achievements, the study and practice of informalism or abstract expressionism in the Spanish avant-garde art stands out. Feito's painting at this time is influenced by automatism, with material surfaces in white, black and ocher colors, made with a mixture of oil and sand. 1962 - Introduces the color red with counterpoint in his paintings. 1963 - Increasing formal and material simplification, with predominantly circular motifs. 1970 - The fullness of color is imposed. 1975 - Tendency towards geometrization, which will culminate at the end of the decade in its refined stage of white squares. 1981 - After Paris, he moved to Montreal for a period of two years. 1983 - Moves to New York, where he lives and works until the early nineties. 1985 - He is appointed Officer of the Arts and Letters of France. 1993 - He is appointed Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters of France. 1998 - Gold Medal for Fine Arts. He is appointed member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, Madrid.