Artwork by Eduardo Chillida, Anitz (2000)

Eduardo Chillida | Anitz

Eduardo Chillida

Anitz, 2000



39.5 x 30 cm

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about Eduardo Chillida

San Sebastián, 1924

Eduardo Chillida (San Sebastián 1924-2002) was a Spanish sculptor known for his works in iron and concrete. He left his studies in Architecture to dedicate himself exclusively to sculpture and drawing at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. Eduardo Chillida's early works were figurative, but little by little his evolution went towards more abstract forms. Prince of Asturias Award in 1987 and the Imperial Order of Japan in 1991. He received the distinction as an academic of Fine Arts in Madrid, Boston and New York, and that of becoming Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Alicante in 1996.

Eduardo Chillida's work is characterized by its introduction into open spaces, integrating to form part of them. The games of volumes and the values of the mass bring him closer to the language of Henry Moore. Each of his works raises a spatial problem that he tries to solve with the help of the material, according to its characteristics or properties.

Eduardo Chillida's works

Eduardo Chillida | Casa de Goya

Eduardo Chillida

Casa de Goya, 1983


78 x 59.5 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Nancy

Eduardo Chillida

Nancy, 1972


75.5 x 51 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Lorea (Flor)

Eduardo Chillida

Lorea (Flor), 1988

Serigrafía con relieve

46 x 38 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Caracas

Eduardo Chillida

Caracas, 1993


58 x 49 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Esku XXXIV

Eduardo Chillida

Esku XXXIV, 1994

Punta seca

21 x 14.5 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Esku XI

Eduardo Chillida

Esku XI, 1973

Punta seca

40 x 50.5 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Esku XXVIII

Eduardo Chillida

Esku XXVIII, 1992

Punta seca

29 x 21.5 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Une Helen de vent II

Eduardo Chillida

Une Helen de vent II, 1990


65 x 51 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Ikur

Eduardo Chillida

Ikur, 1988


65 x 50 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Esku XXXVI

Eduardo Chillida

Esku XXXVI, 1997

Punta seca

24.5 x 21 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Zubi-Aundi

Eduardo Chillida

Zubi-Aundi, 1989

Aguafuerte y aguatinta

160 x 123 cm

Eduardo Chillida | Barcelona I

Eduardo Chillida

Barcelona I, 1971


72 x 50 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Bikaina VIII

Eduardo Chillida

Bikaina VIII, 1987


65 x 50 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Homenaje a Rembrandt II

Eduardo Chillida

Homenaje a Rembrandt II, 1998


30.5 x 22.5 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Esku VIII

Eduardo Chillida

Esku VIII, 1973

Punta seca

48.5 x 40 cm


Eduardo Chillida | Esku XII

Eduardo Chillida

Esku XII, 1973

Punta seca

48 x 38 cm


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