Signed on the lower left of the Spanish painter Vasquez Del Rio *
* Salvador Vasquez Del Rio is a painter, draftsman, born in Galicia July 23, 1907 and died in Paris March 18, 1967.
Born in the vicinity of Santiago de Compostela, he He showed his taste for drawing and painting at a very young age, attended the School of Fine Arts and the Museums of Madrid, and drew the best lessons from the masterpieces of the Prado.
He binds with poets and singers such as Unamuno, Carcia Lorca and Fleta. The art of portraiture and the religious subjects took it first, but at the same time he made still lifes, landscapes and seascapes.
Adopted French and infinitely sensitive to light, he peingnit under all the skies of France, especially in Normandy and in the south west.
Fixed in Paris, he owes to him important canvases in which, softening his predominantly gilded palette, he returned in the last years to more serious harmonies, and passionately painted Notre Dame and old Paris.
His mailings to the independents and the main annual salons of Paris and province increased his fame.
Associate of the National Fine Arts, he exhibited large ensembles in Paris, Basel and especially London, he had to retain his personality, without allowing himself to be subordinated by any movement.
All his life proves that he remained free and outdid himself Present in the Museum of Fine Arts of Bordeaux, contemporary museum of Madrid, municipal museum of modern art of Paris and Saintes.
Size of the canvas 61cm x 46cm.
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