BARCELONA, 1923-SABADELL, 2007 Noè
It was the cake technique that starred in his creative activity and with which he was confirmed as a master achieving unsurpassed qualities.
He cultivated oil, engraving, ceramics and enamel.
In 1940 he entered the School of Arts and Crafts of Barcelona Lonja where he had as teacher José Pallarés, intimate friend of Picasso in Horta de Sant Joan. Before, however, he lived in Tortosa and there he received drawing classes from A. Baiges. At the age of 18 he moved to Zaragoza with the family, where he made his first exhibition that was a success. As a result of this good reception by the public and critics, he went to Madrid to study at the San Fernando School. In 1948 he still entered the Massana School in Barcelona, where he had Miquel Soldevila as teacher, and where he later went on to practice as a teacher of natural drawing. He cultivated the oil, the engraving, the ceramics and the enamel, but the cake was the technique that starred in his creative activity and with which he was confirmed as a master achieving some insurmountable qualities. Between the prizes that obtained we can emphasize the National Prize of Drawing, 1948, or the Vancells Prize of Painting, 1952. His work leaves a clear record of the solid academic formation that received, especially with respect to his drawings, very elaborated and precise.