This is an outstanding serigraph by the renowned Cuban artist, Ramon Alejandro. It is a large image, featuring a sensual, surrealist landscape, with one of his surreal, mechanized creations. It is pencil signed and numbered from an edition of 250. This print is quite substantial, and measures about 33" x 26". It was done while Alejandro was living in Paris, in 1991. Alejandro lithographs, etchings and serigraphs are rare, difficult to find, and more than likely will appreciate dramatically over time. He produces a very limited amount of work, and even less original printwork, and his work is very sought after.
We guarantee the authenticity of this print, and will offer a certificate of authenticity on our gallery letterhead. This print is in mint condition, and is unframed. It will be accompanied by a copy of the Alejandro book entitled "Ramon Alejandro, done in Paris, by Art Tribu's in 1999. This print is prominently featured in that book, with a full page, color illustration. We offer a life-time trade in policy.
MLA Gallery has the largest selection of Alejandro prints in the world. Please inquire for many others.
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José Ramón Alejandro is a Cuban painter and writer. Since the late 1960s, his work has appeared in one-man shows in private galleries in Paris, Geneva, and Miami, as part of exhibitions in Israel and cities across Europe, and in exhibits of limited edition books illustrated by artists of note. The Bibliothèque Nationale de France, the Bibliothèque Municipale d’Angers in France, the San Diego Art Museum, and the Miami-Dade Public Library all include his works in their permanent collections.
Alejandro left Havana in the 1960s to live in Buenos Aires, Montevideo, and Paris, where he stayed for thirty years. In 1995, he moved to Miami. There he founded Editions Deleatur, a publisher focusing on Cuban writers within Cuba and abroad. Alejandro and his work are the subject of the essay collection Ramón Alejandro(L’Atelier des Brisants, 2006).