Baltasar Lobo: The Feminine Form
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Evocative bronze and marble sculptures by the late Spanish artist known for his distinctive depiction of the feminine form.
Throughout his entire lifetime, Baltasar Lobo (1910-1993) was renowned for his distinctive depiction of the feminine form. The Spanish artist’s fascination with the female identity, from a powerful protector of her children to a figure of beauty and sensuality, led to the creation of voluminous and abstract sculptures of bronze and marble with glossy surfaces evocative of smooth skin. Ink and watercolour works on paper are also exhibited, which reveal the influence of primitive art forms on his work, much like his contemporary and friend Pablo Picasso.