Josep Mª. de Sucre, 1958

His singular interest in communicating is confined to following, within his scope, what in others would disintegrate into a sumptuous elegance without a whisper of that which specifically singles out this artist's character. His message is concrete and when he paints he does not resort to easy brush strokes. With him, what really counts is the artistic value of the painting. The conventional mind, the totality of the paintings, everything, in fact, that is flamboyant have no place in the idiosyncratic world of this painter.

French Institute (Barcelona)
The Goya House (Bordeaux)
Exhibition Catalogue, May 1958