The Spaniard Vicente Romero Redondo — the world's only artist who can draw lightPictolic
Any artist knows how hard it is to convey in the painting light, transparency and lightness. But there are masters who can do it easy and very realistic. Vicente Romero Redondo (Vicente Romero Redondo) is considered a unique artist, as it is probably one in the whole world, able to very accurately depict on the canvas of light. (Caution! Nude).
The artist was born in 1956 in Madrid, Spain and, because of his dad's work, almost all childhood spent in different cities of the country. When Vicente was 15, his family returned to the Spanish capital, where the boy was finally able to start to learn the hobby of painting.
To draw, the artist began in Junior high — he never parted with pencils and a notebook in every school where he studied, did the cartoons and caricatures of their peers and teachers. Enlisting in adolescence, Vicente finally realized that he wanted to devote his life to art, so chose to study art school "San Fernando", a well-known fact that within its walls in the early twentieth century studied painting at great distances.
Most Redondo always been attracted to pastels because that's how the artist had managed to convey the most subtle play of light and shadow. A little later in the creative Luggage of the artist appeared and work with oil paints, but pastels, the artist is still considered the most effective tool.
Vicente Romero Redondo wrote a lot of great paintings, but the most valuable of his works, from the point of view of experts, are those that belong to the Mediterranean artistic period. In the early 80-ies of the last century Redondo and his family moved to the Costa Bravo and his works began to prevail bright, romantic stories.
The master writes to the pastel portraits of women, saturating them with light and glare. His works are difficult to confuse with the paintings of other masters, as nobody can do it like Redondo permeate is depicted on the canvas the amount of sunlight and air easy.