Oil on canvas 73x60 cm "Portrait of a man" 1929
Signed and dated at the top right
Born in Madrid, he continued his training in Paris, where he sort of recreates Spain in Montparnasse. He exhibits regularly at Parisian Salons but also in New York, Chicago, London, Madrid of course or Buenos Aires ...
Before the war, he was close to the Paris School with very colorful portraits and bouquets and an invoice free and sensual.
The portrait of an elegant man that we present is characteristic of his first expressionist manner, painted in a limited range of colors, enhanced by a few more vivid touches, well in the spirit of the painters of the Paris School before the war.
Biblio: Benezit, Schurr ...