Imitations sur la Vie by Spanish artist Sunol Alvar portrays two woman in oranges and reds in front of a black and orange backdrop with a still life on a table. A vivid and haunting print from the suite Le Miracle Quotidien, 1974. The condition of this original signed limited edition lithograph is very good. There is a slight tear in the bottom left side in the margin not near the image. Limited Edition, 132/225.
Spanish artist Àlvar Suñol Munoz-Ramos ( b. 1935 ), also known as Alvar, is a Spanish painter, sculptor and lithographer. He is one of the few remaining living Modernist artists. Alvar started his career off by winning the Alhambra de Granada grant at the age of 18 followed by many more years of awards and exhibitions all over Spain. In 1959 he joined the celebrated School of Paris , a group of up and coming young artists. He was a great success selling as many paintings as he could produce. He eventually started exhibiting regularly all over the world including America. After ten years in Paris Alvar and his wife Rosella Berenguer returned to Spain where they have been ever since. Alvar Sunol Munoz -Ramos ‘s distinctive style places him along side the great Spanish artists of his day.