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Antonio Lopez Reche

Aniol

Aniol

bronze edition of 6
25 x 25 x 10cm
£1500
Folded Arms Minotaur

Folded Arms Minotaur

bronze edition of 12
87cm high
£10,350
Gazing Minotaur
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Gazing Minotaur

bronze edition of 12
40cm high
Hart

Hart

bronze, edition of 12
85cm tall
£5950
Hart

Hart

bronze edition of 12
44cm high
£2150
In The Morning
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In The Morning

bronze, edition of 8
84cm high
Kitsune

Kitsune

bronze edition of 12
75 x 20 x 20cm
£4750
Monumental Horse I

Monumental Horse I

bronze, edition of 25
15cm high
£995
Monumental Horse II

Monumental Horse II

bronze, edition of 25
15cm high
£995
Mr Hare

Mr Hare

bronze, edition of 12
40cm tall
£2150
Oi!

Oi!

bronze
edition of 25
£1695
Rauxa
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Rauxa

bronze, edition of 12
28cm high
Ride
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Ride

bronze
edition of 12
Riding Hare

Riding Hare

bronze edition of 12
40 x 25 x 12cm
£2850
Riding Kitzune

Riding Kitzune

bronze, edition of 12
35cm tall
£2850
Secret

Secret

bronze, edition of 12
80cm high
£5950
Sisters

Sisters

bronze, edition of 12
25cm high
£1495
Stargazer

Stargazer

bronze, edition of 12
35cm tall
£2995
Suddenly, Sometimes

Suddenly, Sometimes

bronze, edition of 12
100 x 20 x 20cm
£6495
Trotting Horse II

Trotting Horse II

bronze edition of 12
25 x 20 x 8cm
£1500

Antonio Lopez Reche with one of his bronze sculpturesAntonio Lopez Reche: My work is a diverse approach to the language of sculpture. For the past twenty years, I have been experimenting with figurative and non figurative work. My figurative work has been inspired by Western tradition, often relating to Mediterranean mythology and folk tales, in which my interest in expressive tool marks and spontaneous modeling with materials such as clay, wax or plaster, translates into bronze, in an attempt to capture the immediacy and rawness of the material. I also have a deep interest in a more conceptual line of work in which, still using mostly bronze casting, the repeated reproduction of an object, sometimes created by me, sometimes snatched from our immediate daily life, creates a new form. Although these pieces start with the fascination with the chosen object, soon the repetition and organization of these elements creates a new dimension far from the original object.

Born in Barcelona in 1966, Antonio Lopez Reche was educated at the University of Barcelona and served as a post graduate teaching assistant there. In 1994 he received the Erasmus Grant from the European Commission to study at Saint Martins School of Art and Design, London. He has been working in the UK since 1995, and has produced numerous commissions for private and public spaces. His bronze sculptures have been exhibited in Barcelona, Vienna, Greenport, NY and venues across the UK. He has also produced a number of public commissions including Canary Wharf, London and is in a number of private collections across the world including Spain, England and the United States. Drawing inspiration from Greek Mythology and Folk Tales, his work describes such universal themes as internal conflict, strength, and man’s search for knowledge. Selected Commissions

  • 2006 Public Commission by Tower Hamlets Art Department “Woman and Fish” bronze
  • 2007 British Society of Portrait Sculptors. Cork Street, London
  • 2009 Public Commission by Mallorcan Government “Jaume III” bronze

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