Miguel Condé, works on sale
The figurative painter, draftsman and engraver Miguel Condé, lives and works between Madrid and Sitges. Miguel Condé is a self-taught artist, with the exception of the anatomy studies that he carried out with Stephen Rogers Peck in New York, and some engraving techniques in the Atelier 17 of Stanley William Hayter, Paris, a fellow of the Guggenheim Foundation for Latin America and the French Government, Condé has received several international awards, and is a full member of the Societé des Peintres-Graveurs Français.
His work is present in numerous museums and collections and is characterized by a very personal figuration where fantasy and the symbolic prevail. The delicate spots of color extend beyond the drawing line on canvases with a poetic sense. In the world of engraving, Miguel Condé is considered one of the most important contemporary masters. Condé has received several international awards and is a full member of the Societé des Peintres Graveurs Français. In recent years closely linked to the Catalan artistic environment, he has shown his graphic work in the main art galleries in Europe and America, having received unanimous praise from critics on both continents.