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Spanish costumbrism


José González is one of the great masters of Sevillian painting. His extraoridinary pictoric language is the result of many years of patient work. He has achieved a great expressive strenght, full of an exquisit sensitivity, for which he has been awarded and recognized by art critics all over Spain.   For more information about this artist, please follow the ...

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Impressionist Andalusian painting

María Mairena is one of the most promissing young artists in our gallery. Daughter of the reputed master Fernando Ferreira, she studied at the School of Fine Arts of Sevilla, where she showed great skills and talent for drawing and painting. María has taken part in many exhibitions all over the south of Spain, and nowadays works with some of ...

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Coaches, horses and dancers by the Andalusian artist Aurora Gallego

Aurora Gallego is a Spanish painter who masters the impressionist style and stands out for her splendid artwork depicting Seises dancers, as well as coaches and horses. Her pallet of colors is dominated by red and blue, two intense tones that confer a very characteristic brightness to her paintings. She is, without any doubt, an exceptional painter, as her academic ...

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5 tips for giving the gift of art


A special date approaches such as a birthday, and we are faced with the dilemma of every year: What to get for our loved ones? We start thinking about possible gifts but we realise we are out of good ideas, we need to expand our holiday gift-giving list beyond cable-knit sweaters and coaster. So this time we are going to ...

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Landscapes, bullfighting scenes and fantasy merge in the artwork of the Spanish artist Cristóbal López

Reality and fantasy merge in the pictorial world of this Andalusian artist. In his paintings, we can see the new dimension of an unreal and exciting world, which at the same time can be easily understood by the viewer. The spanish artist Cristóbal López has undertaken an expedition to the depth of his oneiric inner world, where he has found new forms, ...

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Impressionist oil paintings by Casarrubios

Casarrubios is a Valencian painter who specializes in seascapes. His artwork includes excellent, bright colorful scenes and characters that revive times past. His outstanding impressionist style and superb artistic skills are remarcable qualities that we can find in all his artworks. Casarrubios creates his works of art with a mixture of loose brushstrokes and colorful pastel tones which are frankly wonderful. ...

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World record art sales as super-rich snap up Freuds, Koons, and Warhols

Andy Warhol's Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)

$142m spent on Bacon triptych represents just fraction of global demand for art sending avalanche of cash to auctions Half the world may still be racked by recession and austerity, but nobody told the art collectors. At two sales in New York, buyers have spent more than $1bn (£620m) on postwar and contemporary paintings and sculptures, setting new world records for ...

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Facing the Modern: early 20th-century Viennese art gets London show

Ria Munk on her Deathbed, Gustav Klimt (1912), Oil on canvas

Exhibition to showcase how Austrian capital’s ethnic and religious diversity inspired great artists such as Klimt and Schiele SOROLLA GALLERY:   SPANISH PAINTINGS AND ARTWORKS Ria Munk on her Deathbed, Gustav Klimt (1912), Oil on canvas. Photograph: Richard Nagy. Click for full image Masterpieces by Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka, many of which have never left Vienna, are to go on show at the National ...

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PETER BOJTHE – Landscape & Bullfighters


El artista Bojthe de origen húngaro nació en 1968. Pintor de formación autodidacta es licenciado en Ingeniería Industrial (Maquinaria y Herramientas) en 1995. Empieza a pintar a los 14 años de edad y las técnicas preferidas son el óleo y la acuarela. A partir de 2002 se dedica profesionalmente a la pintura. Los temas mas desarrollados son marinas, figuras, paisajes, ...

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Making a More Modern Prado


Negotiating political changes and budget cuts, director Miguel Zugaza has brought Spain’s notoriously old-school treasurehouse into the 21st century SOROLLA GALLERY:   SPANISH PAINTINGS AND ARTWORKS The Spanish economy, as the world knows, is mired in recession, with a collapsed real-estate market, a shaky banking system, and an unemployment rate nearing 30 percent. Every level of government is strapped for ...

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