Collection: Francisco Bores

Francisco Bores López (Madrid, May 5, 1898 - Paris, May 10, 1972) was a Spanish painter of the so-called new School of Paris.

His artistic training had its origins both in the Cecilio Pla painting academy, where he met Pancho Cossío, Manuel Ángeles Ortiz and Joaquín Peinado, and in the Madrid literary gatherings related to ultraism.

At this time he made engravings and woodcuts for a large number of magazines such as Horizonte, Cruz y Raya, Index, Revista de Occident. In 1922 he participated in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts.

He has work in the main museums in the world.