"The popular appreciation of realism in the bodegon is related to the ancient Greek legend of Zeuxis and Parrasio, who are said to have competed to create the objects most similar to reality, being these the oldest descriptions of the history of the painting of the trompe l'oeil. [4] As Pliny the Elder recounted in Roman times, the Greek artists of centuries before were already very skilled in portraiture and bodegon.Distinguished Peiraikos, whose masters very few surpass ... He painted tents for shoemakers and barbershops , asses, plants and similar things, and for that reason they called him the "painter of vulgar objects", even though these works were altogether delicious, and were sold at higher prices than the largest [paintings] of many other artists"

Achtung I, 2017

Oil on canvas. 39.3 x 28.7 in

Achtung III, 2017

Oil on canvas. 39.3 x 25.5 in

Achtung IV, 2017

Oil on canvas. 25.5 x 18 in

Achtung V, 2017

Oil on canvas. 20 x 19.6 in

Achtung VI, 2017

Oil on canvas. 25.5 x 18 in

Objetos II, 2015

Oil on canvas. 31.8 x 39.3 in

En el olvido, 2003

Oil on wood. 27.5 x 43.3 in

Vinilos I, 2012

Oil on canvas. 27.5 x 39.3 in

Objetos III, 2015

Oil on canvas. 31.8 x 39.3 in

Objetos IV, 2015

Oil on canvas. 31.8 x 39.3 in

Retrato de piloto, 2012

Oil on canvas. 71.2 x 59 in

Materiales I, 2007

Oil on canvas. 45.2 x 35 in

Achtung II, 2017

Oil on canvas. 39.3 x 25.5 in