..Carlos Planck

Nude:
Oil on canvas.
55 x 74,5 cm.

Nude:
Oil on canvas.

100 x 100 cm.

Nude:
Oil on canvas.
65 x 90 cm.

Nude:
Oil on canvas.
90 x 45 cm.

Nude:
Oil on canvas.
70 x 50 cm.
Nude:
Oil on canvas.
94 x 73 cm.

Nude:
Oil on canvas.
80 x 60 cm.

Seated:
Oil on canvas.

91,5 x 68,5 cm.

Nude:
Oil on canvas.
115 x 78 cm.

Spread out:
Oil on canvas.
92,5 x 101 cm.

Red nude :
Oil on canvas.
50 x 70 cm.
Pink nude:
Oil on canvas.
93 x 123 cm.

Biography

He was born in Argentina on the 28th. July 1914. Educated in Europe, he is introduced from early childhood in the world of art and music by his parents, both from cultured European families. He starts drawing and painting from very young.

The bursting of the Spanish Civil War interrupts his career at the Madrid University, in his attempt to become an architect. He then decides to go to New York, where he has the opportunity of working at the Art Department of one of the more important publicity agencies of the United States.
Paris will give him the final touch.

In 1938 he makes Argentina his permanent residence. In the 60ís his paintings are exhibited for the first time in Buenos Airesí most famous Art Galleries such as Witcomb, Van Riel, Galatea, Martinez Cespedes, Museo Sivori. They were also exposed in New York, Vienna and Rome.

Music was another of his artistic inclinations ,the Barroque period being one of his favorites He took part in many concerts, with antique instruments we can appreciate in many of his paintings..
He dies on the 20th. June 1988.

Using the plastic language of his days, he creates his own personal style. His way of showing reality combines a figurative language with a touch of abstract art. His nudes show a close acquaintance with the human figure, his aesthetic conception of beauty. The woman appears through different attitudes that go from sensibility to seduction.

 

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