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Pablo Palazuelo
Spanish, b. 1916

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Spanish draughtsman, painter, and sculptor. He studied architecture from 1934 to 1936 in Oxford and at the Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes in Madrid, but decided in 1939 to devote himself to painting.

He lived in Paris from 1947 to 1948, taking part in the Salon de Mai with his friend Eduardo Chillida and producing his first abstract drawings, influenced by the work of Paul Klee, for example Homage to Paul Klee (Indian ink, 1947; see Palazuelo, p. 12).

He settled in Villaines-sous-Bois, north of Paris, in 1950, and a year later he began using geometric forms, which subsequently characterized all his works, including paintings such as Composition (oil on canvas, 1.2*1.2 m, 1951; Zurich, Ksthaus) and the sculptures that he initiated in 1954.

-The Grove Dictionary of Art