Description

SO-3 is a fine art print by Salvador Soria (1915–2010), created in part with the carborundum etching technique. The three-dimensional feel of the abstract piece adds a fascinating touch to the décor, inviting the viewer to marvel at the woodgrain elements and the varying shades and textures of the artwork. The print is numbered and part of an edition of 75 works. It also features Soria's signature, hand-signed in pencil by the artist.

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Year
1991
Paper height
77 cm
Paper width
56,5 cm
Plate height
52 cm
Plate width
36 cm
Medium
Etching
Edition type
Numbered: Arabic numbers
Signature
Yes
Framed
No

Salvador Soria

Salvador Soria (1915–2010) was an artist who was known as one the foremost representatives of informalism in Spain. Through his works, he researched unconventional materials such as wood, iron and industrial waste products. He was also fascinated by the technological world. His works can be found, among other museums and collections, in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid, the IVAM in Valencia and the Valencia City Council. In addition to Spain, his works have been exhibited in 500 collective exhibitions around the world.

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