Magnum · Gran Reserva 1999

Created to delight a few, the Gramona Art Collection is intended to help many. Each of these established artists -Josep Guinovart, Rafael Canogar, Albert Rafols-Casamada, Modest Cuixart, Juan Manuel Broto – has presented his work on one of a limited edition of hand-numbered magnum bottles containing a Gran Reserva, unique for its maturity and captivating coupage. Proceeds from the collection go to the Joan Salvador Gavina Foundation.

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Modest Cuixart

Pride and rebellion. Cuixart used to say that ‘painting should seduce rather than astound.’ His was a strange seduction expressed in this canvas in a minimalist manner, but with decisiveness and sensitivity.

Albert Ràfols-Casamada

Recognized as one of Spain’s most important painters, Ràfols Casamada gave us one of the most personal works of the colourful abstraction, clearly inspired by Matisse, Miro and Picasso, among others. Through the chromatic and compositional sensitivity of this bottle, he evokes elegance and luminosity.

Rafael Canogar

Works of art, like people, have stories to tell. That of Canogar, despite its abstraction, evokes a balance between expressiveness and order, tranquility and tension. It expresses itself in a very personal chromatic language, dominated by the severe black and grey tones and large fields of colours.

 Josep Guinovart

Disturbing and revealing, his work is a transformation of symbols drawn directly from everyday reality, with bright randomly-placed colours, forming part of a subjective poem.

 José Manuel Broto

Not even Cézanne, whose work inspired José Manuel Broto, could have interpreted the gestural and lyrical abstraction that this Aragonese painter captures. Freshness and dynamism. The author combs wave upon wave of different colours on one of the bottles of this unique collection.