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Salvador Corratgé

Salvador Corratgé, Sin Titulo 2011 Silkscreen Print, Edition of 50

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A limited edition 2011 silkscreen print by Salvador Corratgé  for the Juan March Foundation based on an artwork first created in 1968. Certificate of authenticity is included with purchase.

Edition of 50

19.68 x 13.77 in
50 x 35 cm

Condition: B very good, slight edge bumps and signs of handling, images are not affected.

Cuban painter Salvador Corratgé (1928- 2014) was born in Havana and became a founding member of Los Diez Pintores Concretos (the Ten Concrete Painters) group – abstractionists who broke away from Cuban figurative traditions. By the time of the 2011 exhibition organized by the Juan March Foundation in Madrid, America Fria: Latin American Geometric Abstraction, 1934-1973, he had come to be considered one of the most radical and coherent Cuban artists working in that genre.




19.68 x 13.77 in
50 x 35 cm


B very good, slight edge bumps and signs of handling, image is not affected.


Screen Print

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