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Julian Vilarrubi

Costa Brava boats Ibizan tree St. Pere, Catalonia
     

oil, 2015, 11.75 x 11.75in 30 x 30cm

oil, 2015, 11.75 x 11.75in 30 x 30cm

oil, 2015, 11.75 x 11.75in 30 x 30cm

     
Italian Valley I Montserrat at sunset Italian Valley II
     

oil, 2015, 24.5 x 19in 62 x 48cm

oil, 2015, 14.75 x 17.75in 40 x 45cm

oil, 2015, 24.5 x 6.75in 62 x 25cm

     
Montserrat A field near Bergum, Umbria Valley, Italy
     

oil, 2013, 11.75 x 11.75in 30 x 30cm

oil, 2011, 22 x 16in 56 x 41cm

oil, 2013, 11.75 x 11.75in 30 x 30cm

     
Italian Cypress RRiver Ter Gerona II The River Liffey, Dublin
     

oil, 2013, 11.75 x 11.75in 30 x 30cm

oil, 2011, 20 x 20in 51 x 51cm

oil, 2013, 20 x 20in 51 x 51cm

     
Fricourt
Simonopetra, morning on Mount Athos
Valley in Umbria
     
oil, 2006, 15 x 15in 38 x 38cm
oil, 2009, 40 x 30in 101 x 77cm
oil, 2005, 20 x 20in 51 x 51cm
   
Gerona
The River
Field II
     
oil, 2010, 30 x 30in 76 x 76cm
oil, 2011, 26 x 17in 66 x 43cm
oil, 2011, 15 x 13in 38 x 33cm
 

Prices range £1650 - £5,500

 

Julian Vilarrubi

Born Leeds 1964 to a Catalan father and English mother. Educated University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, with post-graduate studies in painting at Royal Academy Schools, London. Since 1987 he has held seven one-man exhibitions in Yorkshire, Sussex, Cumbria, London and Sabadell, Catalunia, Spain. A A participant in some forty public and private group exhibitions including numerous festivals and most recently Painters and Stainers' Exhibition (2005) where he received an award. Other awards include Hatton Gallery Award, Celia Walker Prize and several commissions for National Trust Foundation for Art. Represented by Francis Kyle Gallery since 2006, Vilarrubi participated in the 2006 theme exhibition there Everyone Sang: A view of Siegfried Sassoon and his World by twenty five painters today, and Motherland: Contemporary painters from the West winter in Russia in 2008, That gong-tormented Sea: Contemporary painters pursue the idea and reality of Byzantium in 2009 and Jumping for Joyce in 2013.

'I aim to reflect direct experience through paint,' observes Vilarrubi. 'Through the use of colour, shape, rhythm and specially texture the painting becomes an object of experience that involves the senses with a living, tangible life'.


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