Federico Castellon

Artwork

A Multiple of Gaudy and Fantastic Appearances From Edgar Allen Poe's Mask of the Red Death, 1968
Federico Castellon

A Multiple of Gaudy and Fantastic Appearances From Edgar Allen Poe's Mask of the Red Death, 1968

Original lithograph, signed edition of 25

12 x 8 in

$950.00

Erotica IV Marginala From Series, Mask of the Red Death, 1968
Federico Castellon

Erotica IV Marginala From Series, Mask of the Red Death, 1968

Original lithograph, signed edition of 25

12 x 8 in

$950.00

There Stalked a Multitude of Dreams from The Mask of the Red Death series, 1968
Federico Castellon

There Stalked a Multitude of Dreams from The Mask of the Red Death series, 1968

Original lithograph, signed

12 x 8 in

$1,100.00

Erotica I Marginala from the Mask of the Red Death Series, 1968
Federico Castellon

Erotica I Marginala from the Mask of the Red Death Series, 1968

Original lithograph, signed edition of 25

12 x 8 in

$650.00

Illustrated Book - The Mask of the Red Death, Edgar Allen Poe.  Contains 16 original color lithographs, 1969
Federico Castellon

Illustrated Book - The Mask of the Red Death, Edgar Allen Poe. Contains 16 original color lithographs, 1969

Book, lithographs, signed and numbered in ink by artist ed. 393/500

15 x 11.25 in

$2,400.00

Two Women, c.1935
Federico Castellon

Two Women, c.1935

Original lithograph, signed lower right

12.75 x 9.50 in

$1,650.00

Erotica II Marginala from the series-the Mask of the Red Death, 1968
Federico Castellon

Erotica II Marginala from the series-the Mask of the Red Death, 1968

Original lithograph, signed edition of 25

12 x 8 in

$650.00

In No One of the Apartments was there any Lamps from the series- the Mask of the Red Death, 1968
Federico Castellon

In No One of the Apartments was there any Lamps from the series- the Mask of the Red Death, 1968

Original lithograph, signed edition of 25

12 x 8 in

$650.00

Erotica III Marginala from The Mask of the Red Death Series, 1968
Federico Castellon

Erotica III Marginala from The Mask of the Red Death Series, 1968

Original lithograph, signed edition of 25

12 x 8 in

$950.00

Stop Him & Strip Him I say from the series-the Mask from the Red Death, 1968(Fr. Series Ma
Federico Castellon

Stop Him & Strip Him I say from the series-the Mask from the Red Death, 1968(Fr. Series Ma

Original lithograph ,signed

12 x 8 in

$650.00

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Federico Castellon
Spanish/American Painter & Printmaker & Instructor Federico Castellón was born in Almeria, Spain and came to the United States in 1921at the age of 7. Though virtually self-taught, he received a fellowship from the Ministry of State of the Spanish Republic. In 1935 he participated in the Paris Exhibition of Spanish Artists, which included Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Juan Gris. Beginning about 1940, he became a serious printmaker, both in lithography and etching. His work is mostly done in the surrealist tradition and his prints include "Bengalese Sisters," "By the Arks" and "The Proposal," among many others. He became an American citizen in 1943 and taught successively in New York at Teacher’s College of Columbia University, Pratt Institute, and Queen’s College. Castellón received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1949 and the following year he was elected a member of the National Academy. He was awarded a second Guggenheim Fellowship in 1968.
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