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Author Romulo Royo

150.0 x 180.0 cm / 59.06 x 70.87 inch



Acrylic and oil on canvas.

Format of 150 x 180 cm (59.06 x 70.87 in)

Year of realization 2014

Signed on the back of the piece.


Painting published inside the authors book Malefic Time, Akelarre, page 57. Edited in different languages and distributed internationaly.

This work would serve as a model for others, such as La Malinche (commissioned for the musical Malinche), because the artist manages to materialize here an ideal very close to his own.

Goddesses of Nibiru II belongs to one of the artist's master series that have been a turning point in his career: Goddesses of Nibiru. These unprecedented ethereal portraits reflect the interplay between the mythical and the real, the celestial and the earthly. Romulo Royo delves into the ancestral legends of millenary Asia, but this time from the Near East, recalling the dawn of mysticism through Mesopotamian and Babylonian traditions. Everything makes sense in another parallel and mystical world, Nibiru, home of gods, solar planet that orbits our star every three millennia.

In this case a female figure is depicted in a lateral position and shows the delicacy of the artist's own techniques, as with oil painting he treats the whole range of colors and glazes, generating a miscellaneous texture that is wrapped in a greater darkness than other works in this series, highlighting it against the others.

To avoid this catastrophe so that fantasy is not eclipsed, some of us have managed to colonize new and isolated regions. By keeping alive the creative fire and combating this fatal vision, they rebel againts the constraints of the ordinary, and offer surprises in a sterile desert of routine.

Antonio Altarriba - Comic scriptwriter and visual arts theorist

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