Gouache painting on cardboard
Date : circa 1970
Size : 45x75cm.
Born in Barcelona on August 28, 1937.
Pupil of the Fine Arts of Barcelona; For five years, he worked with Pedro Pruna.
Bonas arrived in Paris in 1959; he lived, and showed expressionist works in gouaches and oils at Montmartre, Galerie Bussière.
In the meantime, a presentation in Barcelona at the Salon des Indépendants in Paris, Munich, Limington, Amsterdam and Rotterdam;
from 1963 to 1964, he restored paintings at the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris and frescoes throughout France;
Good to participate in the restoration of those of the church Saint-Jean de Montmartre, on the place of Abbesses.
From 1964 to 1967, contract with the Adamo Gallery in New York, presented at the Art World in Chicago.
Contract with the gallery Roussard in 1969 which show his works permanently since.
Exhibition at the Salon de toile (Paris 1970 and Montreal 1971),
Exposure to South Orange (New Jersey, 1970),
Exhibition in Florida, Fort Lauderdale (1972-74),
Special exhibition in Paris (1972-73-74),
Exhibition Salga gallery in Rome (1973),
Exhibition in Brussels (1974),
Exhibition in Switzerland in Aubonne (1974).
For the 1973 exhibition where Bonas presented eight large paintings, Editions André Roussard had published a collection of unpublished poems by Bernard Dimey "The Eight Deadly Sins", with eight original lithographs.
The same Editions published two exhibition catalogs, one with a text by Bernard Dimey, and published lithographs in black and white (12), and in colors: "Sulky", "Two Women", "Still Life" , "Erotic" and "Flowers", as well as three engravings at the dry point.