La femme en rouge146 Lita Cabellut

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146 La femme en rouge

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Frida 29, 280 x 200 cm, 2011

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Frida Kahlo Lita Cabellut Frida, la perla negra

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Dread tears series Dried Tear 36 (115 x 100 cm)

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Dried Tear 51

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Dried Tear 51

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Dried Tear 45, 150 x 150 cm Lita Cabellut Dried Tear 62, 270 x 200 cm

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961)

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Dulcinea 12, Madness and Reason Series Lita Cabellut Dulcinea 39

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Lita Cabellut Sweet Lilly 2016 Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) La noche

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Lita Cabellut Lulu 2017 Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Katja 270 x 200 cm

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Lita Cabellut Janis Joplin 05 Portrait of Human knowledge Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Janis Joplin 02 Portrait of Human knowledge

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Lita Cabellut Eva Perón 01, Portrait of Human knowledge Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Janis Joplin 01 Portrait of Human knowledge

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Lita Cabellut Marlene Dietrich 03 Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Marlene Dietrich 01

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Marlene Dietrich 02 Portrait of Human knowledge series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Femme Fatale, 2016

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Lita Cabellut Marilyn 02, 250x200 cm Portrait of Human knowledge Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Marilyn Monroe 06 250 x 200 cm Portrait of Human knowledge

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Lita Cabellut Marilyn Monroe 04 Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Marilyn Monroe

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Maria Callas 280 x 200 cm Portrait of Human knowledge

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Maria Callas 01

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Fairy Flower 01

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Fairy Flower 03

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Fairy Flower 04

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Fairy Flower 07 Lita Cabellut Fairy Flower 09

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Vernissage exposition Lita Cabellut

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Impulse 01

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Impulse 07 Lita Cabellut Impulse 11

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Impulse 05

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Impulse 06

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Impulse 12 Lita Cabellut Impulse 14

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Impulse 09

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Lita Cabellut Impulse 02 Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Impulse

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) The Black Tulip series A Tribute to the Dutch Golden Age

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Catharina de Jonge 150 x 150 cm The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Catharina de Jonge 02 260 x 200 cm The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Hilda van der Molen 150 x 150 cm The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Agatha Blommendael 80 x 80 cm The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Marieken van Henegouwen 150 x 150 cm The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Johanna van Delft 200 x 180 cm The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Johanna van Delft 75x75 cm The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Johanna van Delft The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Johanna van Delft The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Josephina Leversteijn (2014) The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut (Spanish, 1961) Josephina Leversteijn (2014) The Black Tulip series

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Lita Cabellut was born in Sariñena (Huesca) in 1961. She lived on the streets of Barcelona until the age of 12 before being adopted by a prominent family. She was then introduced to the Spanish masters at the Prado Museum, where she was deeply influenced by the paintings of Velazquez, Goya and Frans Hals. A prolific contemporary portraitist, the young Cabellut was inspired by the ubiquitous fresco paintings in her hometown. She spent four years in classical training before holding her first exhibition at the Town Hall of Masnou, Barcelona at the age of seventeen. At nineteen, she left her native Spain to study at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, Netherlands, which is where she remains today to live and work. Over the years, Cabellut has developed a unique technique that yields an inimitable quality and texture to her work, painting large-scale portraits incorporating traditional fresco techniques with modern applications of oil paint. She also developed a unique technique for installations and ‘Hybride’ Photography, combining her materials in a 3 dimensional experience. Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable 'Cabellut-palette'. Lita Cabellut's 'human-faced' paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.

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Sound: Victoria de los Angeles - El cant dels Ocells; El Noi de la Mare; L'Emigrant .2017 Text and pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela

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