Painter (Barcelona, 1949)
Disciple of the painter Josep María Morató Aragonés, from whom he acquired the cubist vibration that his works give off, he defines himself as a self-taught artist. And he specifies that he has developed his technique and style drawing inspiration from the architecture of each region that he has come to know through his travels around Europe and North America.
But when you ask him for a little more, Eduard, a person with a discreet voice tells you: I paint the cities I love, in them I feel the harmony, their beauty, humanity in the highest degree. Light, color and style converge in these cities, large and small, in wonderful works of art. I travel to her, I dream of them.
Josep Mª Cadena (art critic) says about his work "Eduard Malvehy helps us find serenity (...) He has been maintaining his balanced position for years, both in the construction of forms and in the color with which he gives them body ";" Eduard Malvehy expresses himself with serenity (...) He achieves in his painting that things happen with order, without tension ".
Acrylic on wood I 67 x 90 cm