short biography

Julio González (b. 1876 Barcelona, Spain, d. 1942 Arcueil, France) is considered the most important sculptor of the 20th century besides Brancusi and Picasso. He developed from craftsman to avant-garde artist and is the first artist, who uses the welder for iron sculptures. From 1928 to 1932, Julio González collaborated with Pablo Picasso on a number of metal sculptures that are now attributed to solely Picasso.

Cubism, Surrealism

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galleries

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group exhibition

The Point of Sculpture

15. Oct 2021 06. Mar 2022