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About Pedro Muñoz Condado:
Born in Madrid on February 22, 1903, died in Bilbao in 1988.
In 1917 he was granted a pension by Queen Victoria of Spain, to study with Joaquín Sorolla first, and then at the Academy of San Fernando, where he finished his career as a painter. He had a good friendship with Aurelio Arteta, and apparently, influenced his artistic training. In 1930 he moved to Bizkaia.
His most outstanding exhibitions are the National Exhibition of Fine Arts (Madrid, 1924); his first personal exhibition at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid (1928); In 1951 he was selected to represent Bizkaia in the First Hispanic American Biennial of Art and he has held exhibitions in Bilbao, Madrid and other towns between 1947 and 1967, preparing a new and complete exhibition that he celebrates in 1968, and then, in 1969, in the Art Room of Bilbao. Concerning the technique of Pedro Muñoz Condado, it can be said that it is generally in oil, treating the material with a spatula and brush, and making the technique according to what it is intended to represent, always with a robust and energetic brushwork. In the murals, forgetting the depth, the wall must always give a feeling of resistance.
The most outstanding works of the painter are those that bear the following titles: Releve, Tasca, Sick Child, Ondárroa, Toledo, La Arboleda, Tierras de Castilla, La mina, Waiting for the boat, Cleaning funds, Arrabal, Choirs of Santa Águeda, Chomin , Cold, El Tajo, On the beach, Miners, Caramelera, Virgin of Nazareth, Between nets, Borers, The meeting, Bermeans to Dakar, Fishing couple, Gallarta, Guernica, Elanchove, Lequeitio, Sailor town, Algorta, Motrico, Christ ante Anás, Pancorbo, Barcelona, Dima, Land of Burgos, Garay, Durango, Mother, Flight to Egypt, Puppeteers, Altarpiece of the Arrantzale, Villagers, Portugalete Market, San Vicente de la Sonsierra, Son de Santurce, Marine Song, San Sebastián , Bermeo, Arrival to port, Maritxu, Lancha hake, Maritime family, Alto de Urquiola, San Juan de Gaztelugache, Field day, Recalada, The market, Ceánuri, Houses by the river and Rescue to the sea.
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