|Title||La Maquina de Cocer|
|Materials||Acrylic, charcoal, modeling paste, and wood fibers, on 140 lb. Arches Aquarelle paper, with deckled edges|
|Size||h: 40 x w: 26 in / h: 101 x w: 66 cm|
|Price*||$1900. MLA Gallery offers competitive pricing, well below retail, on all of our inventory. Please inquire.|
This is a wonderful example of Enmanuel's command of the paper medium. His texture, compositions, and technical mastery continue to astound. This is work from 2005, and though his symbology tends toward the abstract, he has hinted that these paintings are representative of feminine, divine beings of a benevolent, and supportive nature. Much of his work employs the palm jungle as a basis for the profound semiology, and iconography of the work. There is great power in these paintings, and the forms, symbols, and figures in the end, compose these lovely abstract, tropical landscapes, that he has become known for. Though one can find points of reference that were inspired by the Latin Masters, the work has become entirely his own. There are several more images from this series available.
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