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Manuel Monedero
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Please note: Artists not classified as American in our database may have limited biographical data compared to the extensive information about American artists.

An Expressionist painter, he was primarily self-taught, without formal schooling. He was influenced by Hohenleitter, and especially by Ressendi, who was also a friend, giving him advice about his painting.

Monedero was born at Seville in 1925, in the well-known “Alameda de Hércules”.  His first exhibition was held in 1961 at the Dickson Gallery (Washington).  All along the 60s he had several exhibitions in the US, from Washington to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, Princeton, and California. He also showed his works in Montreal … on all the occasions he was always sponsored by well-known galleries.

His first Spanish exhibition was in 1965 at the Florencia Gallery in Seville.  After that, he had four exhibitions in Madrid, two in the Heller Gallery and another two at the Cano Gallery between 1973 and 1979.  In the 90s he moved to a small village named “Carboneras” located in the heart of the National Park of Sierra de Aracena y Picos de Aroche (Huelva, South Spain), where he found inspiration to create his best masterpieces.  In March 1993, Seville paid tribute to his career through an Anthological Exhibition which was a great success among critics and the public. He died in December 6, 2002.

Solo Exhibitions:
1961 December -Dickson Gallery. Washington, D. C.
1963 April -Dickson Gallery. Washington, D. C
1963 September-Gallery 100. Princeton, New Jersey
1964 April -Delancey GALLERY. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1964 June -Dickson Gallery. Washington, D. C
1965 April -Dickson Gallery. Washington, D. C.
1965 October -Galeria Florencia. Sevilla.
1966 May -Gorline Gallery. New York, N. Y.
1966 October -Triton Museum Of Arts. San Jose, California
1967 June -Galerie Martin, Montreal, Canada.
1967 November -Lesnick Gallery. New York, N. Y.
1968 November -Lesnick Gallery. Houston, Texas
1969 November -Lesnick Gallery. Houston, Texas
1969 December -Lesnick Gallery. New York, N. Y.
1973 June -Galeria Heller. Madrid
1975 November -Galeria Heller. Madrid
1977 October -Salon Cano. Madrid
1979 October -Salon Cano. Madrid
1993 May/June-Sala Imagen. Sevilla

This biographical information has been provided by Horacio Monedero, son of the artist.

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