Antonio López in the Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza exhibition inaugurated

Publicado el 29 June 2011
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Yesterday was opened at the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid , in his room for temporary exhibitions, a full representation of the work of the Spanish artist Antonio Lopez (Tomelloso, 1936), which includes oil paintings, drawings and sculptures, some of his themes more common, such as the Interior or the human figure, his landscapes and urban views, mainly from Madrid, or fruit compositions.

Antonio López seeks among the reality that surrounds him likely to be portrayed in his work the everyday aspects, and does so with a development slow and thoughtful, seeking to capture the essence of the object or landscape represented.

Winning Prize Prince of Asturias for the arts in 1985 and the Velazquez plastic arts in 2006, Antonio López is the highest representative of realism and figuration Spanish contemporary, father of hyperrealism.

Until September 25.

official website:

http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/Exposiciones/2011/antoniolopez/

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