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In the piece Gang, he introduces us into the painting through the great use of depth of field, where he manages to trap us in each shot and makes us participants in what may happen. However, in his rejoicing for technical perfection, on this occasion his protagonists leave the painting and let themselves be carried away in the evident evolution of a painting that follows its course. Dogs that roam over indefinite and fluid backgrounds and horses that evoke the equestrian portrait in the exaltation of the painting itself and the color. The precision in his oil paintings is evident in the expression and delight of the most recognized breeds of the equine world, such as the thoroughbred or the majestic Arabian horse.
The discreet and subtle shadows on neutral backgrounds praise the aesthetics of the animal as opposed to that of man. A paradigm of beauty that draws from the sublime Whistlejacket of George Stubbs, reproduced with great care and realism in a palpable natural state. Once again, his fascination with morphology is revealed in elegant compositions and calm atmospheres. Tight, variegated brushstrokes, highlighting an exquisite refinement of textures, are confronted with the purest substance of plastic experimentation.

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The Town Council of Oliete announces the III PRIZE OF PAINTING Villa de Oliete, which will be governed by the following RULES 1º Participants The contest is open to all interested persons. 2º
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Irma Álvarez-Laviada 19 Theory of vision 1. Art is the origin of the artist. It already exists, uncreated, prematerial, before being reincarnated in the artist. It is pure chaos, disorder, original emptiness from which

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-A delight. She carried the weight of education day in and day out. I also had a flying slipper. We played big paper ball games with one goal in the doorway of my brothers’ room and another on the kitchen table. That was the old Tartiere… but it was forbidden and when we heard the key of the door or the elevator we were frozen and gasped and the slipper used to fly. We had a lot of coexistence with my paternal and maternal grandparents.
-One of my memories is of the first time I went to the movies, in a summer in Portonovo, I saw «The Bridge on the River Kwai» and the great titles and although I fell asleep on my mother’s neck after 10 minutes I kept my love for the cinema of yesteryear: Hawks, Wilder… I was playful, footballer, Real Oviedo, Atlético de Madrid -my first jersey was an Ayala 9 bought in Deportes Isa- and CAU, the team of my neighborhood. I had my group of friends and spent the day drawing.
-It could have been Madrid, where I had a brother, but my uncle Juan Luis, a professor in Salamanca, told us about it and I went to a college attached to the Pontificia. It sounded good to me. The entrance exam was at 40 degrees with 300 or 400 applicants in some warehouses on the road to Vitigudino. I presented a work in which there was black painting -Solana, Goya- connected with some cubism and collage. The drawing from life was an Etruscan horse’s head, very frontal and badly illuminated. Difficult. I passed without too much pressure. If not, I would have done Law in Oviedo, without pain.

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Then you will see that the composition is very careful, that there are no human figures in these landscapes, that the colors have little to do with the reality of a natural landscape, that the skies are perfectly abstract, very difficult to achieve, and could be applied to a canvas, a wood, a rock, a smoke in the forest or a snowy territory.
We would commission this painter to paint a picture of the town or city street where we were born half a century ago, our grandparents’ house, with its courtyard, kitchen and dining room with some portraits or simply calendars and various figurines.
We would tell him about adolescent adventures on a beach in Asturias, so that we would feel the water, the sand and the rocks, impregnated with our own experiences and memories. And so on. That is why they are called «possessed landscapes».

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