Angel Surichaqui Ramos

His primary influence is flamenco painting of the seventeenth century, and he is dazzled by the different genres and the high level of realism achieved by those painters. Discover in the still lifes a myriad of compositional possibilities, in addition to containing many of them, symbolism and allegories described by the representation of everyday objects.

Under this influence his works present a marked obsession to recreate reality with a demanding and exhaustive technique, with rigor in the drawing and the use of both color and value, resulting in a work of hyperrealistic cut.

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