Juan Abelló Gallo
1941 (age 78–79)
|Education||Complutense University of Madrid|
Colegio del Pilar
|Net worth||US$2.6 billion (March 2018)|
|Spouse(s)||Ana Isabel Gamazo y Hohenlohe-Langenburg|
Juan Abelló was born in 1941, in Madrid, the son of a pharmacist father, Juan Abello Pascual. He has a bachelor's degree in pharmacy from the Complutense University of Madrid (1963), and a doctorate in pharmacy (1978) from Madrid's Colegio del Pilar. He is a member of Spain's Royal Academy of Pharmacy.
Abello owns one of the last large triptychs painted by Francis Bacon, Triptych 1983 (1983), and a small triptych by Bacon, Three Studies for a Portrait of Peter Beard (1975). Abello is the only Spanish art collector to own multiple pieces by Bacon.
Abelló is married to Ana Isabel Gamazo y Hohenlohe-Langenburg, grand-daughter of Prince Max Egon of Hohenlohe-Langenburg. They have four children. Abelló enjoys hunting and watching bullfighting.
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