Jose guerrero We have original graphic work (prints), engravings, lithographs and serigraphs (engravings, etchings, lithographs, serigraphs) of this artist. (Granada, October 14, 1914 - Barcelona, December 23, 1991) was a Spanish nationalized American painter and printmaker, framed within abstract expressionism. José Guerrero studied at the Granada School of Arts and Crafts. He traveled to Madrid to study at the Academia de San Fernando. Later he went to Paris (1945), where he learned about the work of the European avant-garde, and in particular, of Spanish painters such as Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró or Juan Gris. In this early period his work is still figurative. He married Roxanne Pollock, an American journalist, and in 1950 he went to New York, becoming a US citizen in 1953. He began to do abstract painting there, forming part of the New York School, in whose exhibitions he participated. The influence of painters such as Franz Kline, Mark Rothko, Clyfford Still and Barnett Newman is then noticeable in his work. It stands out above all for its chromaticism, the use it makes of masses of color. Starting in 1965, although he continued to live in the United States, he traveled to Spain on several occasions, and was one of the participants in the creation of the Museum of Abstract Art in Cuenca. Among the awards and distinctions he received throughout his life, it is worth mentioning that he was named Knight of Arts and Letters by the French government (1959). There are works by Guerrero in the Guggenheim Museum in New York, in the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid) and in the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art (Cuenca). In Granada there is an Art Center that bears his name, Centro José Guerrero, inaugurated in 2000, with a donation made by the artist's widow to the Granada Provincial Council.