José Luis REY-VILA (1900-1983): Horse, ink on paper, 1954, signed

 

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José Luis REY-VILA (1900-1983) : Horse, brown ink on paper, signed and dated '1st of July 1954'

1954

Plate : 21 x 27 cm - 8 1/4 x 10 5/8 in

Bibliography

BENEZIT: Dictionnaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs. Paris. Gründ. 1999. See vol.11, page 617a.

José Luis REY-VILA (1900-1983) :
José Luis Rey Vila was born in Cádiz in 1900 and he studied at the Academies of Cádiz and Barcelona. He is famous for his drawings of the Spanish Civil War he signed under the pseudonym of SIM. He is also very known for his drawings and water-colors of Don Quichotte, of the Second World War, of Flamenco dancers, of toreros portraits and corridas scenes, of horses skecthes. He settled in Paris in 1937 and realized many views of Paris.

Oficinas De Propaganda (Propaganda Offices) C.N.T./Confederacion Nacional Del Trabajo (National Confederation of Workers) - F.A.I/Federacion Anarquista Ibérica (Anarchist Federation Iberian) & SIM (pseud. of José Luis REY-VILA): Estampas de la Revolucion Espanola 19 Julio 1936. Barcelona Grafos. Colectivizada. 1936. In-4°, -64p., 31 full color plates by J.L. REY-VILA.

Miguel de Cervantès Saavedra: Don Quichotte de la Manche. Paris. Le Club du Livre/Georges LANG. 1958. 4 vol., in-4°, 100 illustration in & out of text by José Luis REY-VILA.

Museum: Cádiz

Source: Bénézit

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