Santa Cruz Museum in Toledo exhibits works by Miguel Herrero

Miguel Herrero is one of the most important European artists of the second half of 20th century and a key figure in the promotion of the Spanish culture. During his art career, he held a number of varied and diverse art exhibitions with Picasso, Dalí and Miró in the 1950s & 1960s in a variety of places including his native Spain as well as South Africa. His friendship with Dalí was one of most important, visiting his house in Port-Lligat and he also met Picasso during his last years at Vallauris. The link between Dali, Picasso and Herrero was the “Tauromaquie” (Bull-Fighting). Miguel Herrero mainly developed his artistic work via his painting but he was also an established film director and poet. The famous Spanish writer, Francisco Umbral described Miguel Herrero as “The Leonardo of the Sixties”. Throughout his career, Miguel Herrero’s art works have had a very significant international following;

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