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Francisco de Ocampo

Polychrome wood
150 x 53 x 33 - 150 x 60 x 44 cm

Creator of numerous sculptures of polychrome wood constructed primarily for large convents and churches of Seville, he was the student of Martinez Montanes and Juan de Mesa, with whom his work appears at the Museum of Fine Art of Seville.
Active and renowned in that city from 1600 to 1639

Richard Serra

Mixed media on paper
127 x 96,5 cm

Considered the most radical sculptor of American abstraction, his large scale sculptures of sheet metal and drawings explore the exchange between artwork, site and viewer.
Born in San Francisco in 1939