Eduardo Chillida

Spanish , 1924 -

Printmaker and sculptor, Chillida was born in San Sebastian, and trained as an architect at Madrid University during the 1940's. He moved to Paris for two years following his studies and later returned to his native Spain where he remains. Initially working with figure carvings, from these he derived Abstract and iron sculptures before starting work on wood carvings in 1959. Introducing alabaster to his media in 1964, his work then began to take a new focus on solid masses. Producing many relief pieces, his work also includes many papiers coll├ęs, drawings and graphics.
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Bikaina V

1987

Lelong Editions

Price upon request

Homage to Picasso

1972

Sims Reed Gallery

$5,500 - $12,000

Homenaje a Aimé Maeght

1988

Galerie Boisserée

Price upon request