Collection: Enrique González

Enrique González is an experienced painter and printmaker based in Spain whose works have been exhibited nationally, in Belgium, Brazil, France, Australia and England. He describes his compositions as the result of a mix of influences and memories, as well as a passion for perfection, art, light and shadow. In his artistic process, González lets himself be guided by intuition. He creates mainly with oils and gilding on wood.

Throughout his career he has exhibited individually and collectively on many occasions inside and outside our country. He also regularly participates in international art fairs and is a member of the jury at prestigious art awards. In 2006 he founded Grabado y Edition, the first and only magazine dedicated in Spain to the dissemination of engraving and art editions. In 2013 he created Enigma magazine, the only publication published by lithographic media in our country.

Museums and collections that have his work: Reina Sofía Art Museum – Madrid National Chalcography of Spain – Madrid National Library of Spain – Madrid Presidency of the Government of the Community of Madrid Congress of Deputies – Madrid Fuendetodos Goya Foundation, Fuendetodos – Zaragoza CIEC Foundation , Betanzos – A Coruña Atelier Presse Papier – Québec, Canada Aurillac Museum of Art and History – France Center for Hernandianos Studies – Elche Garriges Walker Collection – Madrid Museo de Arte del Tolima, Ibagué – Colombia The Hispanic Society of America – New York.