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Pablo Serrano

  • Pablo Serrano © EFE

    Pablo Serrano © EFE






Date of birth

Feb 10, 1908

Date of death

Nov 26, 1985

"Sculptor and one of the great Spanish artists of the 20th century. In 1982 he received the Príncipe de Asturias Award for the Arts."

He was born in Crivillén (Teruel) in 1908. After training at the San Jorge School of Fine Arts in Barcelona, he emigrated to South America. In Montevideo he joined the group known as 'Paul Cezanne' whose aim was to break with established canons. In 1955 he returned to Spain after receiving the Grand Prize at the Montevideo Biennial. Together with other artists of the time such as Antonio Saura and Rafael Canogar, he founded the 'El Paso' group in 1957. During these years he produced busts and large-scale portraits such as that of Unamuno, Galdós and Marañón. In 1967 he presented his series 'Men with door', which was exhibited in New York and Toronto. In the 1980s he received numerous accolades. He died in 1985, bequeathing over 400 works to the city of Zaragoza.


Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts (1980)
Príncipe de Asturias Award for the Arts (1982)
Aragon Award for the Arts (1984)

Highlighted works

  • Pietà
  • Unidad Yunta
  • Angel of the city

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