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Master Spilimbergo - Lino Enea Spilimbergo

From Thursday, August 23rd to Monday, October 1st 2018.

The word master, today so devalued, is the recognition for mastery in art.
Regarding Lino Enea Spilimbergo’s work, this word takes on a double significance because throughout his career, not only his fellow artists and his many disciples but also the art-lovers of Argentine paintings were able to see something new and original that ran through his work regardless the media he used to express himself.
If we go around this exhibition, we will be able to grasp the work the master did with the human figure, the portrait, the landscape, where the look at the society and the allegory which lets us see the master’s sensitivity are not absent.
Thus, our country can be recognized in some of the simple characters: the muleteer that seems to sow, the woman with her shawl that emerges from the wild field, the skeletal bodies that seem to be dancing figures in the celebrations of the departed- all characteristics of the villages in the interior of the country.
His trips to Tucuman, Cordoba San Juan and to the neighboring Bolivia are depicted in his strong realistic paintings.
The dispossessed structure gives character to the figures with deep expression.
Spilimbergo expressed it all, nothing was alien to him: see his wall painting at Galerías Pacifico shopping mall, and then compare it to this sanguine in the exhibition: the torso, that expressive hand, the angelic figures, the movement in any of his works…
It is a great honor for Buenos Aires Fine Arts to share the intensity of the work of Master Spilimbergo, who was a decisive factor in Argentine fine arts.
M Fernández


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Germaine
Oil on paper
Size: 13.4 x 11 in. - Year: 1930
Landscape of Roverazza
Watercolor
Size: 26 x 20.1 in. - Year: 1962
The wait
Oil on paper
Size: 14.2 x 17 in. - Year: 1921
Landscape of San Juan
Oil on paper
Size: 13.4 x 18.9 in. - Year: 1920
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E-Mail: info@buenosairesfinearts.com
Tel.: + 54 11 4785 0130
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 15 to 20.
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