Elena Abreu, 2007

Oil on canvas. 51 x 39.3 in

Libertango, 2002

Oil on wood. 48 x 66.9 in

Libertango II (Piazzolla) 2002

Oil on wood. 15.7 x 13.9 in

Contrastes, 2002

Oil on wood. 7.4 x 14.3 in

El Cronista (Raúl Alonso), 2003

Oil on canvas 59 x 29.9 in

Kassia, 2002

Oil on wood. 27.5 x 11.8 in

Jesús Panadero, 2005

Oil on canvas. 47.2 x 28.7 in

Maria de los Angeles 2005

Oil on canvas. 47.2 x 23.6 in

     "The artist is a creator of beauty, revealing art and hiding the artist is the goal of art, it is the critic who can translate his impression of beauty in a different way or with new materials, the highest form of criticism, and also the most creepy, it is a modality of autobiography, those who discover meanings in beautiful things are corrupted without being elegant, which is a defect.Who find beautiful meanings in beautiful things are cultivated spirits.For them there is hope.They are the elect, and in his case, beautiful things only mean beauty, there are no moral or immoral books, books are well or badly written, that's all, the aversion of the century to realism is Caliban's rage at seeing his face in the mirror. The aversion of the century to romanticism is Caliban's rage at not seeing his face in a mirror.The moral life of man is part of the artist's themes, but the morality of art consists in making a perfect use of an imperfect medium. No artist wants to prove anything. Even things that are not true can be proven. The artist has no moral preferences. A moral preference in an artist is an unforgivable affectation of style [...]

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Divagación I, 2006

Oil on canvas. 57.3 x 38 in

Ale, 2012

Oil on wood. 8.6 x 11.8 in

Madame R, 2009

Oil on canvas. 35.4 x 24.4 in

Jesús Panadero Pastrana, 2015

 Oil on canvas. 31.8 x 25.5 in

Raúl (El Cronista), 2010

Oil on wood. 19.6 x 19.6 in

El Benja, 2008

Oil on canvas. 31.4 x 39.3 in

Antonia, 2012

Oil on canvas. 31.4 x 23.6 in

Condesa, 2008

Oil on wood. 29.5 x 19.6 in

Il Bacio, 2005

Oil on canvas. 47.2 x 24.4 in