Joan Hernandez Pijuan

About Artist: Joan Hernández Pijuan ( 15. Februar 1931 in Barcelona; 28. Dezember 2005 ebenda) war ein spanischer Maler. From 1945 to 1947 Pijuan student at the School of Art Llotja in Barcelona, ​​1952-1956, he was a student at the Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi in Barcelona, ​​where he in 1976 also held a professorship. He is one of the most important Spanish painters of our time. Assignments to specific directions and schools, he has always opposed. Although his works have a high degree of abstraction, he has always refused to be classified as an abstract painter: "I always go out from reality." This reality was primarily the barren landscape of Catalonia. By simplifying and concentration Pijuan transformed them distinctive areas it structured enforced wisely lines and dots. The artist was also a teacher: In 1989 he was appointed Professor of Painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, ​​where he remained until his death. He was Dean of the Faculty 1992nd In 2005 he was an honorary participants of the 51st Venice Biennale

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