ANTONIO MATALLANA (Spain)


MAPPEMONDE ET BILLE
egg tempera on panel, 15 x 18 in.

REMBRANDT
egg tempera on panel, 11 x 9 in.

LA JUSTICE
egg tempera on panel, 9 x 11 in.

QUATRE COUCEURS + DEUX
egg tempera on panel, 10 x 13 in.

POT JUANE SUR NAPPE
egg tempera on panel, 15 x 18 in.

TÉTE D'APOTRE DE REMBRANDT
egg tempera on panel, 9 x 11 in.

CHAUSSURES TURQUOISE II
egg tempera on panel, 9 x 11 in.

CHAISE D'ENFANT
egg tempera on panel, 18 x 22 in.

VICTOR HUGO
egg tempera on panel, 9 x 11 in.

COMPO À LA DENTELLE
egg tempera on panel, 9 x 11 in.

Antonio Matallana was born in Spain in 1953.  He studied at Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts in Seville, 1970 to 1975, and the Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts, Rouen, from 1976 to 1977. While studying Matallana met Sabine Satur, who became his wife. Matallana and Satur paint using the technique of the Old Masters. Both artists work in egg tempera on wood. Matallana's unique compositions include timepieces, books, glass lenses, playing cards, as well as other objects.

EXHIBITIONS AND SALONS:

- Paris, Cite Internationale Des Arts
- Stockholm, International Art Expo
- Cannes, Galerie Arpe
- Los Angeles, Art Expo
- New York, International Art Expo
- Rouen, Galerie
- New York, Uptown Gallery
- Philadelphia, Art Escape
- Bruxelles, Galerie Presences
- Berlin, (Rfa) Galerie Antoine
- South Hampton, Works Gallery
- Larchmont, Graphics Pleasures
- New York, Carolyn Hill Gallery
- Paris, Salon Des Artistes Francais
- Paris, Salon National Des Beaux Arts
- Paris, Concours Du Portrait Paul Louis Weiler
- Paris, Salon Comparaison
- Paris, Salon Des Independants
- Rouen, Musee Des Beaux Arts
- Tokyo, International Expo Musee Laforet
- Andelys, Musee Des Beaux Arts
- Texas, Dillon Gallery, Dallas

AWARDS AND PRIZES:

Premier Prix de Dessin, Pierre David Weill 1980, Academie des Beaux Arts, Institute de France, Medaille d’ Argent. Salon des Artistes Francais

COLLECTIONS:

Paris – Cannes – Rouen – Washington – Seville – New York -  Southampton - South America

Chetkin Gallery is proud to represent the paintings of Antonio Matallana.

(Please contact the gallery for additional works available.)