Oil on canvas

  • 1

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “A Man and his Drink”

    2015
    Oil on Canvas
    72 x 60 inches
    183 x 153 cm
  • 2

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Beachhead"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 3

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "C’est de la parte de Monsieur Hesiode"
     
    2010
    Oil on Canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 4

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "For Flag and Country"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    31.5 x 40 inches
    80 x 102 cm

  • 5

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Foreign Correspondent"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 6

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Giacomo Casanova at La Maestranza"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    72 x 60 inches
    183 x 153 cm

  • 7

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "La Doyenne at La Maestranza"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    72 x 60 inches
    183 x 153 cm

  • 8

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Punta Cobadiles at Dusk"

    2016
    Oil on Masonite
    16 x 20 inches
    41 x 51 cm

  • 9

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Revelations"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 10

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Sappho’s"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    20 x 20 inches
    51 x 51 cm

  • 11

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Special Envoy"
     
    2011
    Oil on canvas
    60 x 50 inches - 153 x 127 cm
  • 12

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Spy"

    2002
    Oil on canvas
    72 x 58 inches
    183 x 147 cm

  • 13

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Study for Beachhead"

    2016
    Oil on Masonite
    16 x 20 inches
    41 x 51 cm
  • 14

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    Study for “The Crown Jewels”

    2002
    Oil on Canvas
    22 x 28 inches
    56 x 71 cm
  • 15

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Sunset at Villa Anatolia”

    2015
    Oil on Canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 16

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Target Jupiter"

    2001
    Oil on canvas
    31.5 x 39.5 inches
    80 x 100 cm

  • 17

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The End of a Work Day"

    2016
    Oil on Masonite
    20 x 16 inches
    51 x 41 cm

  • 18

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Memory of Itaka"

    2009
    Oil on canvas
    72 x 60 inches
    183 x 153 cm

  • 19

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Nebu at Anchor"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 20

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Pearl Diver"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    40 x 50 inches
    102 x 127 cm

  • 21

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Queen of Hearts at Agua Dulce Air field – detail"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    10 x 8 inches - 25 x 20 cm
  • 22

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “The Rex”

    2006
    Oil on Canvas
    31 ½ x 38 ½ inches
    80 x 98 cm
  • 23

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Tailor of Cardinal Richelieu"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 24

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Un Desfile por la Paz"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm

  • 25

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Uncharted"

    2016
    Oil on canvas
    24 x 18 inches
    61 x 46 cm

  • 26

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “A Call from the War Room”

    2013
    Oil on Canvas
    40 x 50 inches
    102 x 127 cm
  • 27

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Amigos Together”

    2012
    Oil on Canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 28

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Flash, The Queen of Hearts”

    2011
    Oil on Canvas
    24 x 30 inches
    61 x 76 cm
  • 29

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Hortense Le Corsaire in the Maritime Room” 

    2006
    Oil on Canvas
    72 x 60 inches
    183 x 152 cm
  • 30

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Juana Campamento Her Life and Friends”

    2013
    Oil on Canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    152 x 183 cm
  • 31

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “La Grande Lulú and The King of Diamonds”

    2012
    Oil on Canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 32

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Leonardo”

    2013

    Oil on Canvas
    40 x 50 inches
    102 x 127 cm
  • 33

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Patria, La Chocoune” 

    2012
    Oil on Canvas
    72 x 60 In.
    183 x 153 cm
  • 34

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Poetry Water and Air”

    2011
    Oil on canvas
    72 X 60 In
    183 x 153 cm

  • 35

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “The Blind Poet and the Constant Sea”

    2013
    Oil on Canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    152 x 183 cm
  • 36

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “The Tides of March”

    2013
    Oil on Canvas
    40 x 50 inches
    102 x 127 cm
  • 37

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “The Waiting”

    2011
    Oil on Canvas
    16 x 20 In.
    41 x 51 cm
  • 38

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Waiting for La Chocune”

    2012
    Oil on Canvas
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm
  • 39

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “The Queen of Hearts at Agua Dulce air Field”

    2011
    Oil on canvas
    40 x 50 inches
    102 x 127 cm
  • 40

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    “Mr. War”

    2006
    Oil on Canvas
    39 x 51 1⁄4” inches

Sculptures

  • 1

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "La Giralda"

    2014
    Bronze – color
    Edition ?
    50 x 29 x 24 inches
    127 x 73 x 61 cm
  • 2

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Operation Trojan Horse"

    2014
    Bronze
    32 x 16.5 x 16 inches
    81 x 42 x 40 cms
  • 3

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Secret Weapon"

    2006
    Bronze
    Edition?
    14.5 x 77 x 24 inches
    37 x 196 x 61 cm

  • 4

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Sovereign"

    2006
    Bronze
    Edition of 6
    27.5 x 60 x 57 inches
    70 x 152 x 145 cms

  • 5

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Strong Man"
     
    2005
    Bronze
    Edition ?
    31 x 17 x 9 inches
    79 x 43 x 23 cm

  • 6

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Trojan Horse"

    2014
    Everdure silicon Bronze
    Edition ?
    36 x 40 x 85 inches
    92 x 102 x 215 cms

Drawings

  • 1

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Numero Uno Airborne"

    2016
    Pastel and watercolor on paper
    60 x 72 inches
    153 x 183 cm

  • 2

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Study for Juicio Sumarisimo"

    2016
    Watercolor and pastel on paper
    22 x 30 inches
    56 x 76 cm
  • 3

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Study for Political Campaign"

    2015
    Watercolor on paper
    18 x 24 inches
    46 x 61 cm

  • 4

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "Study for Winter Storm at Punta Cobadiles"

    2016
    Watercolor and pastel on paper
    30 x 22 inches
    76 x 56 cm
  • 5

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    "The Floating Garden"

    2016
    Watercolor on paper
    22 x 30 inches
    56 x 76 cm
  • 6

    Julio Larraz (b. 1944)

    Untitled

    2016
    Watercolor and pastel on paper
    22 x 30 inches
    56 x 76 cm

Julio Larraz

Julio LarrazJulio Larraz was born in Havana, Cuba, on March 12, 1944. The son of a newspaper publisher, he began to draw at a very early age. In 1961 his parents moved to Miami, Florida, taking the whole family with them. In 1962 they moved to Washington, D.C., and in 1964 to New York City, where Larraz lived for the next five years. There he began to draw political caricatures which were published by the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune and Vogue magazine, among others.

In 1967 Larraz began working full time as a painter. He credits several New York artists, including Burt Silverman, for teaching him various painting techniques.
In 1971 his first solo exhibition was held at the Pyramid Galleries in Washington, D.C.
In 1972 he had an exhibition at the New School for Social Research in New York. A year later, his paintings were shown at the FAR Gallery in New York.
In 1976 he won awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters. The same year he was also awarded the Cintas Grant from the Institute of International Education.
A year later Larraz moved to San Patricio, New Mexico, fascinated by the light and atmosphere of the barren hills of the Hondo Valley. It was there that he met Ron Hall, his future dealer, who is based in Texas. In 1978 Larraz bought a house in Grandview, New York. There he met Nohra Haime whose New York gallery represented him until 1994. In 1983 he moved to Paris, remaining there for two years.
He now lives with his family in Miami Florida after living in Florence Italy for three years. Julio Larraz is best known for his precise and detailed technique, his imagination, and his unique subtle touch, all of which have helped affirm his reputation as one of the most important contemporary Latin American painters.

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