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Bernat Sanjuan

by on February 8, 2016

Bernat Sanjuan (Tarré), deceased Spanish Catalan artist from Barcelona (1915-1979).

Bernat Sanjuan also known as Bernat Sanjuan Tarré (Barcelona 1915 – Deià, Majorca 1979) was a Catalan painter and sculptor. Sanjuan was greatly influenced by Picasso in the 1950’s when they met in France.  A French art critic called Sanjuan :le peintre des rouges” because of his use of the color red in many of his paintings.  There were many exhibitions of Sanjuan’s paintings in the 1960’s and 1970’s in Catalonia, Majorca and throughout Spain. Sanjuan illustrated a Spanish edition of Ayn Rand’s ‘The Fountainhead’.  The most recent exhibition retrospective for the artist’s paintings was at the House of Culture in Barcelona Spain in October 2008. Sanjuan died in Majorca in 1979.


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