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Landscapes and seascapes full of Mediterranean light


Antonio Pérez is a very gifted painter who specializes in seascapes and landscapes. Vessels and ports surrounded by serene waters are his favourite themes, which he creates with great skill and taste. He never uses photographies, as he only paints from life. Pérez interprets landscapes and captures their most deep essence. His artwork is full of the light that we ...

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Spanish oil painting: seascapes

Spanish art: seascapes

.Andrea Savino is a specialist in seascapes. This Spanish artist depicts a coast where water is still, coming in contact with the human realm. At the same time, Savino achieves a combination of gentle lyricism and harmony through bright-colored and loose brushtrokes. Poetry and reality meet very beautifullyin his canvases, evoking serenity and tranquility for the viewer.  

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Spanish oil painting: realistic seascapes


PuertoRealistic seascapes created by a Spanish master of the oil painting.[/toggle] is a Spanish artist born in Valencia, who is worldwide known thanks to his magnificent seascapes. In them, he reflects the wilderness of the sea with an impressive and realistic technique. Puerto’s artwork is imbued with a realistic feeling, achieving a never easy thing, which is the impression of ...

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Original landscapes and seascapes


Eliseo Meifrén is a Catalan artist born in Barcelona, who devoted himself to depicting marines and landscapes with his very particular style of loose brush strokes and soft tones. Among his artworks we can point out ‘Gente de mar’ and ‘El Marne’ (1933). As an artist of his time, he fluctuated between the last throes of Realism and Naturalism. He ...

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Original Spanish seascapes

Calleja is a specialist in seascapes. His oil paintings maintain a serene distance from the spectator, providing a harmonious, peaceful and atmospheric play of blues and whites. He shapes his ports and harbours with mastery, wrapping them up in the dawn light. Besides, the cities in his artwork are always sinchronized with the natural elements of the sea, which provides a ...

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Impressionist Spanish painting: gardens

Cánovas is a sensitive painter, totally dedicated to his craft. His canvases are full of colour and brightness, and they clearly show the mastery of this Spanish artist, who is devoted to his unsuspectedly subtle seascapes and Impressionist gardens. To know more about him, follow the link below.     SOROLLA ONLINE ART GALLERY – SPANISH ART FOR SALE         ...

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Original oil painting: seascapes

Andrea Savino is a Spanish artist specialized in seascapes. In his canvases, he represents the meeting of two worlds, an encounter of calmness and movement, shape and strenght, but above all, his art transmits a deep feeling of serenity and tranquillity. Savino loves the soft lyricism and fine harmony which he achieves through his compositions, always using loose brushtrokes and ...

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Original Spanish art: Impressionist landscapes

José Luis Checa is an hipersensitive artist, who is moved by the beautiful changing skin of the chromatic nature. He is in love with the most transitory and fleeting elements of the world that surrounds him, such as light, sky, clouds and water. Beause of this, Checa is and allways will be, a landscaper, which is the essential theme of ...

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Spanish art: miniature paintings

Miniature paintings are great for decorating small places such as corridors. Besides, with a miniature we have the opportunity of purchasing art at a very affordable price. Our large miniature collection includes varied themes, such as seascapes, flowers and religious painting, all created by our best Spanish artists, with Isabel Yllescas, Arkángel and José Luis Gordillo being among them. To ...

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Traditional Spanish painting: landscapes, seascapes and white villages

Segrelles is a Spanish artist born in Valencia. Since he was a child he learned to love the beautiful landscapes and white villages of his land, which he depicts now on his canvases. Segrelles likes using broad brushtrokes to depict those small villages, valleys, lakes and peaceful waters, which are the most representative corners of his homeland. This artist feels ...

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