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Palmero Alfredo De Gregorio (1901-1991)

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Alfredo Palmero De Gregorio / Maestro Palmero / Alfredo PALMERO (1901-1991) 

Alfredo Palmero is the third generation of a lineage of artists that began with his grandfather the Maestro Palmero with whom he shares name and devotion for painting. From his grandfather he learned the academic background and composition to develop a realistic style.

His evolution as an artist is marked by figurative painters like Picasso, Klee and Velazquez rsther than styles or trends.

Alfredo’s Harlequins are famous as a metaphor for the artist himself and clear homenage to the avant-garde Picassiana.

The series Meninas inspired by Velazquez , are in fact the exaltation of women and nature-mother-earth as the origin of life.

Palmero gives his characters that challenge the viewer looks, figures that are part of surreal environments. Startinf from the Academic drawing, putting together tradition and modernity in the works of Alfredo Palmero can see a great artistic maturity fruit of ceaseless work and research, most notably the treatment of ligth and colour.

Family with more than 100 year of history in the world of painting, Alfredo Palmero has behind him two private Museums in sapin, one located in the heart of La Mancha- which has a private collection- and the site of the Palmero Museum in Barcelona center located in a XV century historical house .

Highligth exhibitions in Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Valencia, Lisbonne, London, Kuwait, Qatar, Hong Kong, Us and Panama. the palmero exhibitions are always a resounding succes, and his works are in collections such as Duchess of Alba, Prince Bernard, Queen Fabiola, Juan Antonio Samaranch (CIO), and even His Majesty King Juan Carlos I and his son Prince Felipe.

Classic and contemporary bipoñr sing a work that the author handless with ease and where stands his personal vision of painting.

The works of Alfredo Palmero stand out as present-day vestiges of a lineage dedicated to the palette.

 

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