Hector Garbati [1914-1989]
Young Native Warrior, c.1930s
18-1/2 H inches
Small damage to hand.
ABOUT HECTOR GARBATI
Hector Garbati (Pietrasanta, Italy, November 30, 1914 – Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1989) was an artist who specialized as a sculptor in wood and clay, original Italian who came to the city of Buenos Aires in the mid-twentieth century, where he became a renowned artist.
He studied and exhibited in his hometown, once in Argentina and its art recognized substance with the essence of the pampas with.
Garbati mainly carved works related to the traditionalism of the Argentine pampas, where gauchos, Indians and horses were the recurring themes of his works. Born in Pietrasanta province di Lucca in Tuscany Region after World War II as an immigrant he is traveling to Buenos Aires.
Marina di Pietrasanta and the Apuan Alps background.
Having grown up in a village of workers in the marble for its proximity to Massa-Carrara and the caves of marbleMonte Altissimo where the white marble extracted with which Miguel Angel gave birth to La Piedad , once arrived to Argentina to not having marble with which to work and being available wood is beginning his works in this material.
1950 – Begins his sculptural work in Argentina 1970 – First Exhibition at the Rural Society of Palermo 1980 – Exhibition at the Sheraton Hotel.
He has participated in various group exhibitions in Lomas de Zamora and in the Province of Buenos Aires. His works are exhibited in various galleries in the country and integrate coleccioines abroad.
outstanding works of this artist: 1 – Shield Foundation of Buenos Aires-1580. 2 – Doma. 3 – Pialador. 4 – Mateando in the arena. 5 – Head of a gauc
– Show Tribute to the painter Florencio Molina Campos, exhibition of wood sculptures by sculptor Hector Garbati on Saturday July 6, 1985 in El Ceibo, Institution Traditionalist Argentina Legal Status Decree of the Superior Government No. 7186 (July 1, 1938) Angel Justiniano Carranza 2252 tel 4771-4507 – Saturday July 6, 1989 Died in 1989