Daniel Argimon
Spanish, 1929-1996
Oil on canvas
64 by 51in. w/frame 65 by 52in.
Signed on back of canvas

Inventory Number: Art A213
1950-present European Period 1950-Present Modernist

See Artist Bio below.

Daniel Argimon
Spanish, 1929-1996

Daniel Argimon painted for the French Government from 1965-1966 and for the International Institute of Education, New York in 1968.He studied at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, the Pratt Institute in New York and the School of Art in Barcelona.He funded many associations to promote artists.He also directed some films.Some principal awards and recognitions: Cercle Maillol, Barcelona (1965). "International Painting Paris-Esone", Paris (1965). Mini-Gravat, Cadaqués (1983). Lassale d'Art, Barcelona (1985). Accèsit I Biennal F. C. Barcelona (1985).

Argimon had between 1960 and 1996 102 individual shows in Switzerland, Spain, United States, Belgium, France, Mexico, Germany, Italy, Beirut, Jordan, and Holland in museums, galleries and cultural centers.He also between 1958 and 1997 did 227 collective expositions in: Spain, Switzerland, Holland, Finland, Germany, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan, South Africa, India, Chile, Ecuador, Uruguay, Argentina, Andorra, Poland, Mexico, Canada, England and Sweden.

Museum and Exhibitions:

Museum de l'Empordà, Figueres (Alt Empordà); Museum of Modern Art, Eivissa; Eureka College, Illinois; Glendale Comunity College, Glendale; Staalliche Kunstamenlugen, Kassel;Municipal Museum, Mataró; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sevilla; Museum Alto Aragón, Osca; Museum Vilanova, Vilanova i la Geltrú; National Library, Madrid; Museum d'Elx; Museum de Cadaqués; Orfeón Catalán, Mexico; Canarian Association Friends of Contemporary Art, Santa Cruz de Tenerife; Popular Museum of Contemporary Art, Villafamés; National Museum de la Estampa, México; Foundation María Zambrano, Vélez, Málaga; Museum Rigaud, Perpinyá, France; Museum Víctor Balaguer; Foundation of María Zambrano; Museum of Modern Art, México; Ulmer Museums, Ulm; Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona; Spanish Museum of Contermporary Art, Madrid; Museum of Modern Art, Miami; Solidarity Museum Salvador Allende, Chile