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Eduardo Luíz

Serigrafia de Eduardo Luiz, Mulher

Technique:  Serigraphy

Dimensions: 22 x 28.5 cm

Reference: EL0001

Editing: -
RRP: 125€

About Eduardo Luíz

1932: Born in 1932, Braga.

1943:  A until 1946 he attended the School of Decorative Arts in Porto, and then, until 1952, the School of Fine Arts in the same city, studying painting.

1953:   Won the Young Painting Award from the March Gallery. In these early years of his artistic life, he also dedicated himself to dance, music and scenography.

1958:   Left for Paris with a scholarship from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. He would definitely settle in France. There he won several prestigious awards. He also had the opportunity to exhibit in several other countries, namely in Brazil, Spain, Italy and Belgium.

Current status:   His work is represented in numerous museums and public and private collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Erotic Art, the Paris Museum of Modern Art, the Secretary of State of Culture and the Modern Art Center of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

In fact, in 1990, the Foundation was responsible for organizing an important exhibition of the artist's work, in which his technical perfectionism, his pictorial perfectionism, the singular linear stylization that identify him became evident. And, above all, his constant attempts to reinvent space and volume on canvas.
In 1983, Eduardo Luiz was decorated with the Cross of Santiago and Sword.

If you enjoyed Eduardo Luiz’s work, you might also be interested in Mário Silva, Pantojana Rojão, Lupi Manso  and Rodrigo Ferreira’s work.

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