The following information was submitted by Grant Zahajko:
Post-Cubist Master Alejandro Serrat Blasco-Ibáñez was born in Valencia, Spain 1895, and died in Los Angeles, California 1970. He was the nephew of Spanish novelist Vicente Blasco-Ibáñez, author of novels of the twenties and thirties.
While restoring his parents' home in Los Angeles' historic Hancock Park, the son of Alejandro Serrat Blasco-Ibáñez discovered a cache of his famous father's paintings, entombed for over 30 years in the basement of the Lucerne Manor residence.
The buried paintings include elements of the obscure Nabis and Intimists, the Expressionists and Dadaists, and the Surrealism of Joan Miró. The range of subject matter includes
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