Born in Madrid, 1916
studied architecture in England from 1933 to 1936. His
development as a painter reflects these studies and these
own private researches.
to 1950, he was a member of a group of young painters, who
were deliberately aiming at launching a new avant-garde.
The group included Lara, Lago, Valdivieso, Guerrero and
Olmedo. In 1950 he went to Paris, and in 1952 awarded
Since that time, approximately, Palazuelo has been engaged
in a highly personal type of painting. Employing
apparently geometrical procedures, he has been trying to
discover not so much what geometry is capable of unveiling
and clarifying through its rules and laws, as all those
mysteries that these rules and laws may hide.
One might say that he is trying to achieve metaphysics of
form, or a sort of meta-geometry, having chosen the path
of symbolical forms.
He has shared in several European and American exhibitions
and his works are to be found in many of the most
important museums and collections of the world. He lived
alternately in Paris and Madrid.