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Rug designed by the Basque painter Juan Luis Goenaga and inspired by Basque cave paintings

Goenaga is a well known Basque painter, whose style can be defined as a figurative expresionist, often hidden by a a free hand in dark colours. Goenaga refuses to be labeled, although he admits to be “nearly always” in the figurative, that sometimes ends up “more diluted”.

His work often leans against ethnographical subjects, cave paintings (as is the case in this painting), Basque mithology and landsape. Inspired by local orography and weather, Goenaga chooses earthy colours, stone like and dark, although sometimes amuses us with brightness: red, green, yellow. Another of his interests is  the couples and nakedeness.

In 2020 the US director Woody Allen recorded some scenes of his film “Rifkin´s Festival” in the author´s house in Alkiza.

This rug is woven in a Fair Trade workshop in Nepal by Tibetan refugees. The sheep´s wool is very soft and comes from Mustang, in the North of Nepal.

240×170 cms (available in other sizes to order)

 

 

Rug designed by the Basque painter Juan Luis Goenaga and inspired by Basque cave paintings

Goenaga is a well known Basque painter, whose style can be defined as a figurative expresionist, often hidden by a a free hand in dark colours. Goenaga refuses to be labeled, although he admits to be “nearly always” in the figurative, that sometimes ends up “more diluted”.

His work often leans against ethnographical subjects, cave paintings (as is the case in this painting), Basque mithology and landsape. Inspired by local orography and weather, Goenaga chooses earthy colours, stone like and dark, although sometimes amuses us with brightness: red, green, yellow. Another of his interests is  the couples and nakedeness.

In 2020 the US director Woody Allen recorded some scenes of his film “Rifkin´s Festival” in the author´s house in Alkiza.

This rug is woven in a Fair Trade workshop in Nepal by Tibetan refugees. The sheep´s wool is very soft and comes from Mustang, in the North of Nepal.

240×170 cms (available in other sizes to order)

 

 

Weight 14.9 kg