Paul Delvaux (Belgium 1897-1994)
Landscape with Lanterns (1958)
oil on hardboardAlbertina Museum, Vienna
Théophile Steinlen (French, 1859-1923), Paris, la nuit, 1903. Colour lithograph, 19.2 x 30.5 cm.
Ed Mell (American 1942 - )
Storm’s Downpour, Oil on Linen, 32” x 48”
Napeague Meadow Road, 2013
Acrylic, pencil, marker, paint-pen on wood panel
12 x 12 inches
Standard Station, Amarillo, Texas, 1963
oil on canvas
64 1/2 x 121 3/4 in.
1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopica
"Spanish artist Oscar Sancho Nin loves the color black for its magic and mystery, and because it reminds him of fellow countryman Goya’s black paintings, a major influence. Without black there would be no light which is one of the striking qualities of Oscar’s portraits, in which he brings together abstraction and the figurative"
Artists are these men and women who are capable as everyone to perceive the Reality, but they have an unusual capacity to express it.
Their perception of reality helps us enrich our own perception. That’s why they are maybe necessary.
There are artists along History that decorates our lives, as IKEA, with an enveloping art that leads us to the sweetest geographies of our existences.
There are another artists that open us a door to dark and unexplored territories, breaking the fears,
facing the unknown and showing some of its sides. They expand our freedom.
In this list of pioneer artists, lucid minds and breakers we could mention Goya, Picasso, Duchamp,
Baselitz, Kafka, Stravinsky, Diaghlev, Brecht or Gaudí, so to mention, not casually, some of them.
His only certainties are his doubts and his big capital, his authenticity.
Oscar shows us a work which is painfully honest, intuitive, intelligent and essential.