Eduardo Malvehy was born in Barcelona, Spain, and since 1970 his life has been dedicated to painting entirely.
He is a self-taught artist who has developed his technique and his style during his many years of travel throughout Europe, searching for the rich variety of the traditional architecture of towns and villages unique to each country or region.
Malvehy's favorite subject matter consists of urban landscapes, often with bodies of water as a backdrop, such as ports with colorful boats moored alongside them, or houses reflected on a river. He is fascinated with the warm colors of the Mediterranean countries as much as with the subtle grays of the North.
With the artist's personal technique, with an increasing influence of Cubism, he renders the beauty and the atmosphere of each place that inspires him. The misty canals of Amsterdam or the stark whiteness of the houses of Greece allow him to express his creativity in the style he has mastered over the years.
Eduardo Malvehy has received several awards such as the First Prize in Aix-en-Provence, or the Silver Medal in Evian and Arles. His paintings have been exhibited in Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany and the United States, always with great success.