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Estartús

1949
Barcelona, Spain

44 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Barcelona

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Works by Estartús

Rostros (Faces)

1993

73 x 92cm

5600,00 €

Bote (canister)

1984

81 x 100cm

4000,00 €

Herrero (Blacksmith)

1976

81 x 100cm

4000,00 €

Páginas (Pages)

1996

65 x 81cm

3200,00 €

Red

1980

80 x 80cm

3200,00 €

Alpha

1997

73 x 60cm

4000,00 €

Muelle (Pier)

1998

73 x 60cm

6400,00 €

Pié gris (Grey foot)

1979

73 x 60cm

4800,00 €

Infinito (Infinity)

1989

65 x 54cm

4000,00 €

Copas (Cups)

1980

92 x 65cm

4800,00 €

Ojo Nº3 (Eye N°3)

1987

46 x 55cm

2400,00 €

4 Barras (4 Bars)

1995

61 x 50cm

2400,00 €

Ojo Nº4 (Eye N.4)

1975

46 x 55cm

3200,00 €

Fire

1980

46 x 55cm

1600,00 €

Marejada (Tidal Wave)

1997

38 x 46cm

4000,00 €

Signos (Signs)

1998

81 x 65cm

4000,00 €

Volcanico (Volcanic)

1976

92 x 73cm

4000,00 €

Arco Blanco (White Arc)

1989

65 x 54cm

4800,00 €

Recuerdos (Memories)

1989

54 x 65cm

4800,00 €

Oreja (Ear)

1998

100 x 81cm

7200,00 €

Abstraction D

2009

100 x 81cm

6400,00 €

Copa de vino (Wine glass)

1980

65 x 92cm

5600,00 €

Cruz Herida (Wounded Cross)

1979

55 x 45cm

5600,00 €

Carta Nº2 (Letter N. 2)

1982

46 x 55cm

4000,00 €

Camino (Path)

1975

47 x 57cm

4800,00 €

Seno

1994

46 x 55cm

7200,00 €

Hiroshima

1989

46 x 55cm

7200,00 €

Furgón (Van)

1883

100 x 81cm

5600,00 €

Pié rallado (Grated foot)

1979

65 x 92cm

4800,00 €

Punto Blanco I (White Point I)

1994

92 x 65cm

6400,00 €

Lazo (Loop)

1993

54 x 65cm

4000,00 €

Grieta (Crack)

1998

65 x 81cm

6400,00 €

Estartús began painting as soon as can be expected from someone who considers our lives and the act of doing it inextricably linked. He always enjoyed success in both of his parallel careers, one in the medical filed and his artistic one. Earlier on his art shifted from realistic to abstract, always basing the work on the treatment of materials, textures, colors and shapes and beauty as the common thread, then evolved and both figuration and abstraction coexist. Death, the unknown, the soul, mystery, and anxiety about the speed at which our existence can end are themes that run throughout his artwork. He is one of the best representatives of contemporary painting, an existentialist capable of conveying the desire to seek the meaning of everything with his art and of reinvention with each series he creates. Dynamic, yet into psychoanalysis and introspection, he fully immerses himself in the creative process and uses materials as varied as oil and acrylic paint, grease pencils, wax crayons, graphite and Chinese ink, burlap, wood, synthetic fibers, tar, vinyl, corduroy, sand or metal on paper, cardboard, canvas, wood and metal plates. His works of art have been selected and curated by exhibitors around the globe.

Jaume Mestres Estartus is an artist with more than fifty years of artistic production, and more than 15000 referenced works.

He has had thirty-five exhibitions in the main Spanish cities and Twenty-three international exhibitions in three different continents. 

His work has been selected for important exhibitions such as "Grandes Maestros Españoles" in Art Madrid in 2013. Vicente Ferrer Foundation in Miami and Chicago, *The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art in Florida, Pomona Museum* in Los Angeles, Principality of Monaco (UNESCO) and Spanish Masters in Melilla (UNESCO) among others.

His work has been internationally recognized and is present, with permanent works in the following museums and foundations: Modernist Museum Can Prunera Fundación Tren de L'Art, Soller, Palma de Mallorca. Gafivare Museum, Lapland, Sweden. Arta Prahova Museum, Plolesti Romania. Network of National Museums of Romania, MUBAM, Museum of Fine Arts of Murcia. MEAM, European Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona. C.AC. Contemporary Art Center of Malaga. The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art, Coral Gables, Florida. U.S.A. M.A.C of ABC, Madrid. Circle of FINE ARTS of the Royal Academy of San Fernando, Madrid. Embassy of Japan, Madrid. M.A.C KANASAWA, Japan. Royal House. Sala de Audiencias del Palacio de Marivent, Palma de Mallorca, Naval Museum, Madrid. Castell D'Aro, Platja D'Aro City Hall. Regidoria de Cultura, Girona. M.A.C José Miguel Arce. Santander. M.A.CLópez Berrón, Avila. M.A.C of Requena, Valencia. M.A.C Florencio de la Fuente, Cuenca, Basque Museum of Contemporary Art Artum. Alava. Permanent Collection SCHLOSS MERODE CASTLE, Düren-Germany. Uriach Foundation, Barcelona, Barraquer Foundation, Barcelona. Vicente Ferrer Foundation, Anantapur. India. Vicente Ferrer Foundation, Miami. USA. Clarós Foundation, Barcelona. Alvaro Mutis Foundation. Christian Prevost, Madrid. José Miguel Arce Foundation, Madrid. Col·lecció Salmala d’Art Contemporani de la Comunitat Valenciana. Antiquaria Gallery Collection. Manuel Morchan, Madrid; Subastas Siglo XXI Collection, Madrid. Collection Ajuntament de Platja D'Aro, Girona. ARTEMUNDI, Miami Beach, Florida. USA. Collection Area de Medioambiente del Ayuntamiento de Málaga, Málaga. Habsburg Collection - Lorena Saim-Salm, Gründ Castle. Embassy of Monaco, Spain. Museum of Drawing, National Library, Madrid. M.A.C Mayte Spinola, Jaén. Museum Adolfo Suarez and the Transition, Avila. Julio Gavin Drawing Museum, Larrés Castle. Huesca. Jorge Rando Museum. Malaga. Mayte Spinola Museum, Madrid. Pomona Latino Museum, Los Angeles, California, USA. Matilde Tamayo Foundation, Barcelona. 

Finally, I would like to remind the reader that Jaume Mestres Estartus is a multifaceted artist, referenced by Mrs. Julia Sáez Angulo with Gerard Richter, one of the great artists of the twentieth century, who has been able to develop his art by addressing artistic styles that evolve with such mastery in figuration and abstraction, echoing the beauty as the common thread of his work.