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Julio González i Pellicer (21 September 1876 – 27 March 1942), born in Barcelona, was a Spanish sculptor and painter who developed the expressive use of iron as a medium for modern sculpture. He was from a lineage of metalsmith workers and artists. His grandfather was a goldsmith worker and his father, Concordio González, a metalsmith worker who taught him the techniques of metalsmith in his childhood years. His mother, Pilar Pellicer Fenés, came from a long line of artists. González attended Circol Artist Sant Luc, a Catholic school whose model of education was based on the medieval art guilds and influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement in England.
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Son and student of Concordio González (1832-1896).
Spanish, French
Artist, Author, Manufacturer, Goldsmith, Ceramicist, Furniture Worker, Graphic Artist, Painter, Pastelist, Pastellist, Sculptor
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  • Julio Gonzalez Exhibition catalogue, Paperback, pages

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