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Ricard Sala Ltd Ed 9/25 Bronze of Woman with Stool dated 1986

Ricard Sala Ltd Ed 9/25 Bronze of Woman with Stool dated 1986

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This elegant and rare limited edition (number 9 of 25)  black patinated bronze of a woman with stool was created by the very well celebrated Catalonian Spanish Artist Ricard Sala in 1986.  

This is a beautiful study of the nude is in a stylised form and is complimented with a fine black and white marble plinth. 

The piece is signed, dated and numbered in the bronze.  This beautifully observed bronze would grace any interior. 

Age:        dated 1985

Height:   35.5 cm (14 inches including the plinth)

Width:    15.2 cm  (6 inches including the plinth)

Depth:    12.6 cm (5 inches including the plinth)

Weight:   5 kg   (11 lbs)  

 

ARTIST: RICARD SALA (Barcelona 1927-2009).

Ricard's  first individual exhibition was held in Barcelona in 1963 and he participated in many others, both individual and collective, in various Spanish cities. His nude works are considered  as inspired by early twentieth century Catalan Noucentisme art movement.  He created a number of sculptural themes and was awarded many public commissions for buildings and parks. 

Awards

He was awarded on numerous occasions: In 1951 he obtained the Honorable Mention in Sculpture, in the Sant Jordi awards competition of the Barcelona Provincial Council. In 1954 he was awarded the Second Prize for Sculpture in the Wagnerian Festival Competitions of the Barcelona City Council. In 1957 he was awarded the Third Medal for Sculpture at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in Madrid. In 1958 he was awarded at the I Ibero-American Exhibition of Numismatics and Medals in Barcelona. In 1960 he was awarded the Second Medal for Sculpture at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. Awarded at the National Autumn Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungary in Seville in 1959, 1964, 1965, 1969 and 1971; In 1965 he was awarded the Honor Prize for Sculpture and the Gold Medal in this competition. In 1968 he was awarded the Ciutat de Barcelona Prize for Sculpture. In 1969 he was awarded at the II International Biennial of Sports in Fine Arts in Madrid. In 1975, he shared the First Prize for Sculpture from the Güell Foundation. In 1981 he won the Third Prize for the monument project to Isidro Nonell from the Reial Cercle Artístic of Barcelona. In 1964 he was appointed interim professor of sculpture at the Higher School of Fine Arts of Barcelona; 1965 of Fine Arts of Barcelona, ​​and in 1994 he was named Emeritus Professor of the University from Barcelona. He was a member of the Betepocs group and participated in many of their exhibitions. In 1977 he was appointed corresponding academic of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungary in Seville. He was a member of the Reial Cercle Artístic of Barcelona from June 1976 to September 2004, of which he was part of its board of directors. In 1972 the State acquired a sculpture of him for the Museum National of Valladolid. Part of his work – in bronze and marble – is found in public places such as: Barcelona Provincial Council, Seville City Hall, Island Chapter of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Quinta Amelia park in Barcelona, ​​and Reial Cercle Artístic de Barcelona; Museum of the IOC (Lausanne), museum s national (Numismatic of Barcelona, ​​Contemporary Art of Madrid, National Sculpture of Valladolid), and foreign, and private collections from Spain, Germany, Switzerland, England, Japan, United States, Belgium, Holland, Israel, Andorra.

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