Artist Search
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 

 Javier Cabada  (1931 - )

About: Javier Cabada


Examples of his work


Quick facts

Exhibits - current  



Book references

Magazine references pre-2007  

Discussion board

Signature Examples*

Buy and Sell: Javier Cabada
  For sale ads

Auction results*

  Wanted ads Auctions upcoming for him*  
  Dealers Auction sales graphs*  

What's my art worth?

Magazine ads pre-1998*  

Market Alert - Free

Lived/Active: District Of Columbia      Known for: mod whimsy, abstraction, sculpture

Login for full access
View AskART Services

*may require subscription

Available for Javier Cabada:

Quick facts (Styles, locations, mediums, teachers, subjects, geography, etc.) (Javier Cabada)


Biographical information (Javier Cabada)


Book references (Javier Cabada)


Auction records - upcoming / past (Javier Cabada)


Auction high record price (Javier Cabada)


Signature Examples* (Javier Cabada)


Analysis of auction sales (Javier Cabada)


Discussion board entries (Javier Cabada)


Image examples of works (Javier Cabada)


Please send me Alert Updates for Javier Cabada (free)
What is an alert list?

Ad Code: 4
Javier Cabada
An example of work by Javier Cabada
Artwork images are copyright of the artist or assignee
This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Excerpts from bulletin to by John Willier, March 2004:

I knew the artist, Javier Cabada, and his wife, Consuelo, who ran the galleries for him. I met them in the late 1960's/early 1970's in Washington, D.C. They had a gallery near Dupont Circle at one time and a gallery near Georgetown at another time. We came to know each other because my sister bought one of his abstract oils and showed it to me. I liked his work very much and soon I visited his gallery to see more work and meet him. It turns out that Javier needed a few Lucite pedestals for his sculptures and I owned a Lucite fabricating business.

Actually, Javier didn't make much sculpture, his main and most impressive work was oils on canvas, both large and small, which tended to be quite abstract. I used to trade him pedestals for art and I had a large collection. . . .He also made pen and ink drawings of various sizes and these were usually made into prints of limited editions. The theme of these drawings was frequently political and/or satire, and they were usually cartoonish.

** If you discover credit omissions or have additional information to add, please let us know at
  go to top home | site map | site terms | AskART services & subscriptions | contact | about us
  copyright © 2000-2015 AskART all rights reserved ® AskART and Artists' Bluebook are registered trademarks

  A |  B |  C |  D-E |  F-G |  H |  I-K |  L |  M |  N-P |  Q-R |  S |  T-V |  W-Z  
  frequently searched artists 1, 2, more...  
  art appraisals, art for sale, auction records, misc artists