Pedro Bas Codina (Pedro Bas Codina)

Pedro Bas Codina

Artist. He was born in Xàbia, Alicante, Comunidad Valenciana. He was disciple of the painter Leopoldo García Ramón. In 1925, he moved to Paris, where worked as fan’s painter. There, he knew the illustrator Bagarías and the musicians Amparo and José Iturbi and Joaquín Rodrigo. He was powerfully influenced by paintings of Maurice Denis. In 1939, he returned to Spain and become his work as goldsmith, made several religious objects. Among his works “Retrato de Mujer” and “Els Abadegets.” In 1986, he received a posthumous tribute, after years of oblivion. (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)


  • October, 06, 1899


  • April, 04, 1972


  • Cementeri de Valencia
  • Valenciana
  • Spain

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