Spanish painter, drawer, engraver and professor of painting, born and residing in Seville.

Chronology

Selected exhibitions and collection from 1970 until now

Individual exhibitions:

1970 – Oviedo. Asturias’ Caja de Ahorros (Savings Society). | Seville. Moratín Gallery.

1972 – Madrid. Bética Gallery.

1976 – Madrid. Bética Gallery.

1978 – Seville. Magdalena Mesa Gallery.

1979 – Las Palmas, Canary Islands. Balos Gallerry.

1982 – Las Palmas, Canary Islands. Vegueta Gallery

1988 – Madrid. Tabacalera S.A. (National Spanish Tobacco Company) Culture Patio.

1990 – Barcelona. María Salvat Gallery.

1992 – Granada. Madraza Palace. | Sevilla. Félix Gómez Gallery. | Barcelona. María Salvat Gallery.

1992 – Cadiz. Cristal Arte Gallery.

2002 – Cadiz. Bastion of the Candelaria / University Vice-rectory / Benot Gallery.

2003 – Alcalá de Henares, Madrid. Colegio del Rey Foundation.

2007 – Cadiz. Cajasol banking society. Collection of large format watercolours: “Cadiz Against the Light”.

2009 – Seville. Casa de la Provincia (House of the Province). Retrospective: “Upon the Paper”

2010 – Modern Art Museum, Alcalá de Guadaira: “Antonio Agudo. In Landscape”

2014 – Cadiz, Santa Catalina Castle ““Between Mexico, Cadiz and other waters”

Most relevant collective exhibitions:

1973 – Paris. Hispacis exhibition room. “Five painters in reality”.

1980 – Quito. National Modern Art Gallery. “Intimacy in Spanish paining”

1982 – Granada. Madraza Palace. “Contemporary Andalusian Engravers”.

1983 – Seville. El Monte (banking society) exhibition room. “Seville painters and drawing”.

1985 – La Algaba, Seville. Guzmanes Tower Museum. ” Contemporary Painting”.

1990 – Madrid. Seiquer Gallery. “Evolution and continuity in realism”.

1997 – Rome. Cervantes Institute. “Painters from the Seville Fine Art College.

2015 10 Years of the Alcala de Guadaira’s Modern Art Museum

Collections of interest:

1970 – year of catalogue. Warsaw Affiche Museum.

1978 – year of catalogue. Vatican Museum. Paul VI Legacy.

1982 – Gran Canaria Cabildo (Autonomic Government)

1987 – year of catalogue. Madrid National Chalcography.

1988 – Tabacalera S.A. (National Spanish Tobacco Company)

1989 – Seville. Caja San Fernando (banking society.

1989 – Rectory of the University of Seville.

1990 – Public Works Council. Andalusian Junta (Regional government). Seville.

1989, 1991, 1993 – Spanish Foundation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP). Madrid.

1994 – Royal Cavalry Society, Seville.

1994 – Research Vice-rectory, University of Seville.

1996 – Gran Poder Christ Brotherhood, Minor Basilica. “Via Crucis” (the way of the Cross). Seville.

2004 – University of Cadiz.

2004 – Foundation Colegio del Rey. Alcalá de Henares, Madrid.

2007 – Cajasol (banking society), Seville.

2008 – Casa de la Provincia (House of the Province), Seville.