David Lechuga

David Lechuga | Matapollos

David Lechuga

Matapollos, 2010

Polychrome wood

105 x 34 x 34 cm

Galería BAT alberto cornejo

Madrid, España

Programa General B13


about David Lechuga

Madrid, 1950

The sculptor David Lechuga was born in Madrid, the city where he educated at the Applied Arts School and the Círculo de Bellas Artes. He was granted several scholarships, among which we might highlight the Scholarship of the Hoger Instituut Voor Schon-Kunsten, in Belgium. David Lechuga is a well-known artist because of his polychromatic sculptures inspired by the cubism and the surrealism. He carves any living body and groups of anthropomorphic bodies to represent mythological and usual scenes, with references to the primitive African art. He has made numerous exhibitions, both solo and collective, in different art galleries and museums, among them the Reina Sofía Museum of the Art Contemporary City Council Museum.

David Lechuga's works

David Lechuga | Prima Dona

David Lechuga

Prima Dona, 2005


41 x 16 x 11 cm

David Lechuga | Pitiminí

David Lechuga

Pitiminí, 2005


43 x 17 x 14 cm

David Lechuga | Lola Blue

David Lechuga

Lola Blue, 2005


43 x 14 x 13 cm

David Lechuga | Bañista

David Lechuga

Bañista, 2004


44 x 20 x 13 cm

Featured works

Andrew Schoultz | Full Spectrum

Andrew Schoultz

Full Spectrum, 2019

Acrylic on canvas

91.5 x 76.5 cm

Clàudia Valsells | Untitled 2

Clàudia Valsells

Untitled 2, 2019

Mixed media

140 x 134 cm

Efraïm Rodríguez | Castor

Efraïm Rodríguez

Castor, 2016

Madera Encina Ciprés Nogal

89 x 36 x 40 cm

Hugo Alonso | Untitled 30

Hugo Alonso

Untitled 30, 2019

Acrylic on paper

152 x 120 cm

Gustavo Díaz Sosa | De la serie Huérfanos de Babel

Gustavo Díaz Sosa

De la serie Huérfanos de Babel, 2017

Mixta sobre lino

130 x 97 cm


Juan Olivares | Beyond II

Juan Olivares

Beyond II, 2019

Pintura vinílica sobre lienzo

180 x 200 cm

Maria Angélica Viso Penso | Deshojando

Maria Angélica Viso Penso

Deshojando, 2018

Acero al carbón

45 x 45 cm


Nicolás Laiz | Nopalia II

Nicolás Laiz

Nopalia II, 2019

polvo de mármol, resina, hierro y laca

73 x 42 x 37 cm


Toño Barreiro | Dibujos infinitos

Toño Barreiro

Dibujos infinitos, 2018

Tinta plana sobre papel fabriano

90 x 75 cm

Roberto López Martín | Blancanieves

Roberto López Martín

Blancanieves, 2015

Ceras y collage sobre papel

21.5 x 31.5 cm

Misterpiro | Satellite


Satellite, 2019

Esmalte acrílico y spray sobre panel de madera

110 x 110 cm