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Manuel Marínartist • sculptorCieza (Spanje) 1942-2007 Alhaurín de la Torre (Spanje)

biography of Manuel Marín

This Spanish artist left for London at the age of 20, where he became the assistant of the legendary sculptor Henri Moore (1898-1986). In 1964 Marín moved to New York. Here he initially worked as a conservator; later he opened his own gallery, 'The American Indian Art Gallery'. He met and became friends with famous artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Willem de Kooning. In 1969 he discovered his talent as a maker of moving sculptures, influenced by the pioneer Alexander Calder. Many exhibitions of his work, including international ones, followed.


for salesculptures by Marín M.


Manuel Marín | Hanging mobile, iron, 100.0 x 160.0 cm, signed with the artist's stamp

Manuel Marín

statue • sculptuur • for sale

Hanging mobile

Manuel Marín | Untitled, coated iron, 137.5 x 203.0 cm, signed on the base

Manuel Marín

statue • sculptuur • for sale

Untitled


previously for salesculptures by Marín M.


Manuel Marín | Untitled, painted iron, 85.0 x 90.0 cm, signed stamped

Manuel Marín

statue • sculptuur • previously for sale

Untitled

Manuel Marín | Uluru, coated iron, 76.2 x 142.2 cm, signed stamped on the base

Manuel Marín

statue • sculptuur • previously for sale

Uluru

Manuel Marín | Dos caminos, coated iron, 76.0 x 117.0 cm, signed on the base

Manuel Marín

statue • sculptuur • previously for sale

Dos caminos


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