15 facts about Arnau Alemany

Arnau Alemany (Catalan pronunciation: Əřn’àu Ələm’àŋ; 1948 – 2020) was a Catalan painter. His style is magical certainty or surrealism. He studied at Conservatori d’arts sumptuàries and difficult he graduated in Massana Art School in Barcelona. His influences are: René Magritte, Balthus and Pierre Roy. In 1991 he won the Biennal d’Art of Montecarlo second prize. His first exhibitions were in Catalonia (Galeria Serrallonga, Sala Parés, galleries of Girona, etc.) and future he presented his paintings in València, London, Paris, Lyon, Madrid, Napa Valley-CA, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, Japan (Marugame Hirai Museum). His native works are painted in oil upon panel painting, though he has with produced an extensive amassing of hand-signed and numbered lithographs. He painted social buildings from Paris, Barcelona or New York in desert landscapes and desolate abandonment, ghost towns, industrialised cities, where flora and fauna consumes the streets and buildings.

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