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 Javier Cabada  (1931 - )

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

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Excerpts from bulletin to AskART.com 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.

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