Dos Mujeres
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Dos Mujeres

Painting medium: Acrylic paint



Gallery: Signet Contemporary Art

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
This original painting by Borja Guijarro presents a cubist style applied to a composition involving a combination of female forms and still life studies. The artist uses a wide range of bright, vivid colours to describe the elements in the abstract artwork which has produced an interesting and unique appearance. Familiar objects are depicted in unusual ways, as the artist employs fauvist and expressive techniques to emphasise the beauty of daily life. This piece is painted in acrylic on canvas, hand signed by the artist and ready to be displayed.


Medium Acrylic paint
Support Canvas
Framed? No
Subjects Human Figure,
Style Abstract
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Year created 2020
Artwork Dimensions: 81 X 81 X 2 X cm

About Borja Guijarro

Borja Guijarro is well known in the world of illustration, where he evolves into the more artistic world of Fine Art. Borja mostly focuses on his new interpretation of Cubism including the Pop Art and figurative subject matter with a hint of personal traits.

Borja combines all these trends making his work eclectic and varied. His artistic techniques include oil painting, graphic, engraving, lithography, serigraphy, murals & sculpture.

Borja has had numerous achievements throughout his artistic career – (1992) Second prize – Painting competition Café Galería El Ratón, Madrid, (1997) Special mention – Painting contest Tres Cantos, Madrid, (1998) First prize – Ciudad de Tres Cantos, Madrid, (1998) Finalist Kronenburg prize, (2000) Lithographys – San Miguel beer, (2000) Inauguration of engraving room, (2001) Poster Popular Fair – San Martín de Valdeiglesias, Madrid, (2003) Lithography for Peugeot, (2005) Third prize carnival poster – Tres Cantos, Madrid, (2006) First prize of painting – Casino Gran Madrid – Diplomated (2006) Painting contemporary contest – Torrelodones, Madrid – Diplomate (2007) First prize carnival poster – Tres Cantos, Madrid, (2007) Third prize carnival poster – Tres Cantos, Madrid.