Alvar Suñol's Graphic work

The Foundation's sixth portfolio of Original Print Works includes a work from the painter Alvar Sunol. The work of Alvar characterizes for using different shades of ochre and red and very personal human profiles. The symbolism in his art invites the observer to search for hidden icons which he uses to express his thoughts.

As in previous portfolios, the work is accompanied by a text signed by José Carreras.

Alvar Suñol was born on January 29, 1935, in Montgat, a Catalan fishing village near Barcelona. He began painting oils at age twelve and when he was seventeen he was admitted in the Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes de San Jorge, a prestigious fine art school in Barcelona. From 2007 through 2009, his art has been exhibited in multiple museum exhibitions in America and Spain.

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