Collection: Arranz-Bravo and Bartolozzi

Eduardo Arranz-Bravo (Barcelona, ​​Spain, 1941) is a Spanish painter.

Arranz-Bravo studied at the San Jorge School of Fine Arts in Barcelona from 1959 to 1962.

In 1998 he held his first exhibition at the Franklin Bowles Galleries in New York where he began an intense collaboration with this gallery, which introduced his work throughout the world. Exhibitions in Barcelona, ​​Segovia, Bilbao and Bad Honnef. Presents the Faith series at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid. He exhibits again in Germany, this time in Freiburg. He created the scenography for the cradle to the chair passing through the bench, by Martí Peraferrer in the Sala Muntaner in Barcelona.

He has received, among other awards, the Second International Sports Biennial, the Figure award at the Estrada Saladich Biennial, and the Inglada-Guillot drawing prize. His work is exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in Madrid (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía), in the Museum of Fine Arts of Vitoria, in the Museum of São Paulo and in the Museum of Seville.