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Baltasar Lobo was a Spanish sculptor who was renown for working with the female form in a modernist style. Baltasar Lobo was born in Cerecinos de Campos, Spain in the year 1910.

Lobo worked as an apprentice to Ramon Nunez. The artist studied at the Museum of Fine Arts located at Valladolid. He briefy attended the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts located in Madrid, Spain.

Early on his art career the artist made money carving gravestones.

One recurring theme for the artist was mother and child.

Two major influences on the artist were Jean Arp and Constantin Brancusi.

In this clip we view a montage of works by Lobo:


Baltasar Lobo passed away in 1993.

Price range information: Works range from $40,000 to $550,000.

Zamora, Spain now has a museum dedicated to the artist.

Baltasar Lobo’s sculpture work shows great movement and fluidity in form. The artist also does a great job at capturing the graceful lines of movement in the limbs of the female form. A great example of modernist sculpture.