Beautiful painting of Luis L. Gasparini, Argentine artist specializing in gaucho culture. Made in the technique of pastel, on white cardboard verjurada watermarked “drawing Conqueror”. Signed and held in San Antonio de Areco (Argentina) on November 5, 2006, coinciding with the celebration of the Feast of Tradition.
Gaucho work of his series “Horses and Gaucho”. Landscape format 70 x 50 cm. Frameless, only drawing.
In this work you can be seen in the background, the Old Bridge, built in 1857 and emblematic of the gaucho tradition.
Luis Gasparini has his workshop in the museum dedicated to the gaucho in San Antonio de Areco, and the memory of his father Osvaldo Gasparini.
Luis Leonardo Gasparini is the youngest of the three sons of Osvaldo who inherited the art and tradition of representing the gaucho and the gaucho culture. He born in 1958 in San Antonio de Areco. His way of painting the horse, the gaucho pampas do and be considered one of Argentine artists who best represent the gaucho culture. His technique for painting is oil pastel and charcoal. Use the sensitivity of his hands to paint the dynamic movements of horses running across the plains. He illustrated the book “Martin Fierro”, well known in the whole world in a bilingual edition and has done many exhibitions of his drawings and paintings at universities, book fairs and the Museum of Fine Arts in La Plata, among others.
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