Alfredo Alcaín (Madrid, 1936) is a Spanish painter. His artistic studies began at the School of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid, then he continued his studies of Engraving and Lithography at the National School of Graphic Arts and Cinematographic Decoration at the National School of Cinematography in Madrid.
The style of his work is very close to Pop Art, a style that continues throughout his career. It uses a great diversity of supports and techniques that go from the poster, collage and even the embroidery.
His work is present in collections and museums such as the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Seville, the Engraving Museum in Buenos Aires, and the Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum in Madrid. He was awarded the National Prize for Plastic Arts in 2003.
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|Título||Estampa contemporánea Alfredo Alcaín Entrecruzados azules|
|Huella||500 x 330 mm|
|Medidapapelaprox||760 x 560 mm|
|Colección||Colección de arte contemp, Fund. BBVA, Calcografía Nacional, 2004|
|More Information||Technical collaboration of Beatriz E. Medina. The print is signed and numbered by the author. The number on the purchased artwork may differ from the photograph.|
|Warning||Size of each artwork may vary in millimeters.|