Lot 2229
Alberto Ulloa (Dominican Republic, 1950 - 2011), La Vaca
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Acrylic on canvas, signed "A. Ulloa" and dated 1999 lower right to recto, and also on upper right to verso; presented in a painted wood floater frame, includes an Odalys Auction Gallery tag and Arte Espanol card mounted to verso.

24 1/2 x 28 3/8 in.

The Collection of Mr. Duggins and Mr. Dunn, High Point, North Carolina

Alberto Ulloa was a painter, sculptor, and poet from Altamira, Dominican Republic. He was a student of the distinguished Latin American painter Jaime Colson, who also mentored Mario Carreño, the Cuban-Chilean master. Ulloa also studied drawing with illustrator and painter Domingo Liz. Alberto Ulloa's work evolved from the impressionism of Lascaux to Neo Cubism. His allegorical works on canvas transmit human symbols and enormous sensibility of his environment. Geometric shapes fused with magical color illustrate the artist’s originality and extraordinary versatility.

Good estate condition, with some areas of wear to frame.