Honors


Graduate in Fine Arts, full professor at the EAAOA in Barcelona.

His first artistic studies were at the "Llotja" School.

In 1945 he entered the Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes de Sant Jordi in Barcelona.

He obtains a scholarship from the "Fundación R. Amigó Cuyàs Foundation.

Graduate in Fine Arts, full professor at the EAAOA in Barcelona.

He obtained by competitive examination (being number one in his class), the post of civil servant as a drawing teacher at university, secondary school and teacher at the EAAOA in Barcelona.

Several publications in the press on his biography and work are noteworthy. The newspaper published a tapestry of Rosés' painting of the Seven Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War from Pobla de Segur (Lleida), the martyrs were beatified by Pope Benedict XVI, and the painting was placed in Bernini's baldachin in the Vatican.

  • 1950:

    He was awarded the 1st Prize for painting in the Sant Jordi Competition organized by the Diputació de Barcelona.
  • 1951:

    First prize for drawing, painting and the special prize for sculpture, from the city of Hospitalet de Llobregat.
  • 1952:

    First prize, Competition: "The Holy Supper" of the XXXV International Eucharistic Congress of Barcelona.
  • 1952:

    First prize in the Fine Arts painting competition of the city of Hospitalet de Llobregat.
  • 1953:

    Degree as a drawing teacher from the "Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes".
  • 1955:

    Prize for the "Virgen del Hogar"of the promotion of the decorative arts in Barcelona -FAD-.
  • 1955:

    Painting Prize "Wagnerian themes" from the Barcelona Provincial Council. Fresco wall paintings, sculptural carvings and stained glass windows.
  • 2005:

    Murcia: Tribute from the Real y "Muy Ilustre Cabildo Superior de Cofradías", for his contribution, through sculpture, to the splendour of Holy Week in Murcia. He was named sculptor of the year.
  • 2015:

    Publication in Heidelberg of the painting of St. Philip Neri, patron saint of the city, and postage stamps of the painting.

  • 2015:

    Group exhibition about the Betepocs.