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Antonio Bonet

Antonio Bonet was a prominent Spanish artist who made significant contributions to the world of abstract expressionism. Bonet was born in the city of Ceuta, Spain, in 1934, and began studying art at a young age. He went on to study at the San Fernando Academy of Arts in Madrid, where he was exposed to the works of Spanish masters such as Francisco Goya and Joaquín Sorolla. Bonet's early works were displayed at the Sala Parés gallery in Barcelona, where he gained recognition for his unique style. In the 1960s, Bonet moved to Paris, where he was exposed to the world of abstract expressionism. This exposure had a significant impact on his work, and he began to develop his personal style. Bonet's works often explored social and political issues, particularly those of his native Spain. He continued to exhibit his works across the United States, France, Spain, and Britain, gaining international recognition for his contributions to the world of abstract expressionism. Throughout his career, Bonet experimented with various mediums, including painting and sculpture. His works often featured bold colors and abstract shapes, which were used to convey complex emotions and ideas. Bonet's contributions to the world of abstract expressionism have had a lasting impact, and his works continue to be admired and studied by art enthusiasts around the world.

Antonio Bonet, Spanish artist, abstract expressionism, social and political issues, Paris, Sala Parés gallery, painting, sculpture, bold colors, abstract shapes

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Antonio Bonet

Antonio Bonet (1934-1994) was a renowned Spanish artist, best known for his abstract expressionist paintings and sculptures. His works often discuss and explore themes of social and political issues, particularly those of his native Spain. Bonet was born in Ceuta, Spain, where he studied art in the local Academy of Arts. He also studied at the San Fernando Academy of Arts in Madrid, where he was influenced by Spanish masters such as Francisco Goya and Joaquín Sorolla. He displayed some of his early works at the Sala Parés gallery in Barcelona. Bonet moved to Paris in the 1960s, where he was exposed to abstract expressionism and developed his personal style. He moved to New York City in 1975 and continued to exhibit his works across the United States, France, Spain, and Britain. Notable works by Bonet include his abstract expressionist abstracts “Tunnel” (1987), “The Image” (1979) and “Fire” (1991).

Antonio Bonet, Spanish artist, abstract expressionism, Ceuta Spain, social and political issues, San Fernando Academy of Arts, Sala Parés gallery Barcelona, Paris, New York City, Tunnel, The Image, Fire.

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