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Referencia: MTAK-78

Author Luis Royo 

40.0 x 53.0 cm / 15.75 x 20.87 inch



Watercolor, acrylic with airbrush and oil on tracing paper.

Painted surface 30 x 42 cm (11.81 x 16.54 in ) in a format of 40 x 53 cm (15.75 x 20.87 in)

Year of realization 2016

Signed on the bottom right of the piece.


Work done for the third book of the Malefic Time trilogy, Akelarre. Published inside the author's book, page 78. Edited in several languages and distribuited internationally.

Fantastic art, also known as imaginative realism, distinguishes itself from other art forms by portraying ancient myths and legends, modern day fantasies in the form of misterious interventions, the imagination, the dream state, the grotesque, visions, and the “uncanny” as common everyday elements. While the widespread prevalence of imaginative realism is relatively recent in popular culture, this genre is a staple in art history, beginning with the rise of romanticism in the second half of the eighteenth century as artists began to present imaginative imagery for narrative and emotional impact, rather than allegorical or historical meaning. At the Edge is the first exhibition to place this genre in its correct art-historical context as an evolution of the great realist painters of the past.
The Allentown Art Museum

"When Luz and Estrella met again night had already fallen.
They had settled in with the once nomadic community. All through the day, Luz could not get over a strange sensation that sent her mind back to moments hidden deep in her memory. Unique moments of peace that she could not remember at any other time in her entire existence. Moments that might only be comparable with those instants when she fell asleep in her master’s arms when she was a little girl".
Malefic Time Akelarre

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