My recent Antonio López's exhibition visit, at Thyssen-Bornemisza museum from Madrid, has allowed me to meet the artist and deepen his work.
The truth is that Antonio López knew his most famous work of the Gran Via and other panoramic views of Madrid, and I was very interested in seeing the exposition because his pictorial style was very attractive to me.
If the same happens to you, the Thyssen exhibition It is a must see.
I'll give you next 10 reasons to see Antonio López's exhibition at the Thyssen museum.
1.- In the exhibition, distributed in two different areas of the museum, you can see early and subsequent works Antonio López's artistic evolution, the liveliest Spanish artist in the world. You will review all its themes and techniques, such as paintings, pencil drawings, and also sculptures in polychrome or bronze wood.
2.- The paintings that they have as Madrid theme, its great panoramic views, such as Madrid from the Vallecas fire tower, or a view that is not easy to see, the Campo del Moro and the Casa de Campo from the Royal Palace. And, of course, his works dedicated to the Gran Vía.
3.- See the sunset lights that permeate many of Madrid's panoramas
4.- See half finished paintings, in particular of the Gran Vía, which allows you to appreciate its pictorial technique. And knowing that his works never considered them finished, and many times he takes them back later.
5.- Discover the greats interior pencil drawings of houses as a reflection of everyday life.
6.- See a picture of a bathroom, divided into two parts that showdifferent perspectives.
7.- Verify the influence on Antonio López de la classic italian painting, with pictures with Pompeian air, and others with double Roman-style portraits.
8.- Appreciate your careful sculptural technique, especially in the double bust Antonio and Mari and in the double sculpture Man and woman. And know that in this work he has been working for more than 25 years.
9.- See charismatic works by Antonio López, as Gran Via, New fridge and Woman in bathtub.
10.- The two documentaries that you can see at the end of the exhibition, which will allow you to get to know the artist and his work in depth
And what are yours?<>