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Spanish impressionistic painting: the impermanence of things

Antonio de Cela is a polyfacetic artist, who has delved into painting, sculpture and other artistic fields. He is an Impressionist painter who has gotten his inspiration from the great masters of this current, such as Sorolla and Monet. His landscapes reflect the passage of time, our own finitude. Maybe, the things that surround us, such as landscapes and people are, for Antonio de Cela, a way of reflecting this beautiful impermanence.

In words of the author, ‘I paint my world, the landscapes of my homeland, the Mediterranean charms.’ And he does, indeed, fill his canvases with light and color which captivate our senses.


Impressionist Spanish painting: landscape

Impressionist Spanish painting: landscapes



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