Javier Espigares: "Viaduct" (2021)

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The Artwork is based on a collapsed bridge, mythical of Donostia-San Sebastián, which connects two important neighborhoods of the city, gros and the center and duque de mandas - egia, painted is study. In this Artwork the characteristic technique of the author of the Artwork is clearly reflected, giving it a touch of abstraction, which is where all his experience has flowed, with clear fauvist and luminist signs, the Artwork is based on somewhat exaggerated color contrasts but with a typical harmony of this painter, in his tireless quest to make us enter the painting and relive positive moments, thanks to a special color, in his tireless quest to make us enter the painting and relive positive moments, thanks to a special coloring. Javier Espigares is a plastic, landscape, figurative, abstract artist, with fauvist and luminist airs, with an extensive career, having held numerous exhibitions, including Tabakalera Donostia, Ispilu Zarautz gallery (contemporary abstract art gallery), etc., also holding live art, having held Artworkshops and master classes in some cultural centers and schools. He has also received numerous prizes in painting competitions. Specialist in acrylic painting and watercolor, also mastering other techniques and sculpture. 8 cm black wooden frame. black lacquered


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