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Author Luis Royo

60.0 x 47.0 cm / 23.62 x 18.50 inch



Ink, acrylic with airbrush and oil on paper.

Painted surface 47 x 34.5 cm (18.5 x 13.58 in ) in a format of 60 x 47 cm (23.62 x 18.5 in)

Year of realization 1989

Signed on the bottom right of the piece.


Cover of the novel Jaguar by the writer Bill Ransom, edited by Berkley (USA). 
Published on the inside of the author's book Women, page 70. Edited in different languages and distributed internationally.
In waking life, he is a Vietnam vet with a mysterious sleep disorder, confined to a V.A. hospital bed. When he sleeps, he roams the plains of another world, invading the minds of the people as they dream and forcing them to do his will ...
Adventure can have tiny feet, so it can walk stealthily. It can be ugly and strike panic into the heart, it can even have foul breath, but it never has tiny lungs. Adbenture needs a big rib cage and the ability to blow hard, because adventure, above all, i about breath. At times an icy breeze, at other a warm, balmy wind. But always a breath of fresh air. With no lings, or with lungs that can't take a deep breath, adventure can't move. And an adventure that can't move becomes boring.

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