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​See The Art of Spain Before It's Gone

The "earth" without "art" is just "eh."

If you haven't been to R Alexander Fine Art in a while, you'll want to stop by soon. The Art of Spain, on display through August 26, is a group exhibition of notable Spanish artists. Some artists featured in the exhibit include:

  • Ramon Pujol
  • Jesus Navarro
  • Marc Esteve
  • Rosana Sitcha

Each of these artists offers their own unique interpretation of various Spanish scenes. According to the gallery, "Ramón Pujol, a native of Olot, Spain, admires the styles of many different artists like Cezanne, Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec, and especially Monet and Manet." His main influence is nature, which is evident in his pieces.

Head over to @RAlexanderArt, and check out The Art of Spain before it's gone.

Rosana Sitcha was in born in Cartagena (south-east of Spain), and her work focuses on urban landscape and female portraits.

Marc Esteve resides in Alcoy (Alicante) Spain, and he draws his inspiration from the movement and the light of the sea. He also has local muses, which help him to create well-rounded, hyper-realistic works of art.

We could talk about these artists all day, but you should really see the pieces for yourself. Head over to R Alexander Fine Art, and check out The Art of Spain before it's gone.



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