INTO THE ENCHANTED FOREST

MARÍA JOSÉ GALLARDO

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WATER AND GLASS REFLECTIONS

PILAR PEQUEÑO

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FOLDS, COLOURS AND LIGHT

PIERRE LOUIS GELDENHUYS, FERNANDO DAZA & VICTORIA SANTESMASES

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INTO THE ENCHANTED FOREST

MARÍA JOSÉ GALLARDO

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WATER AND GLASS REFLECTIONS

PILAR PEQUEÑO

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Outstanding Works

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Pierre Louis Geldenhuys | Celosía con luz

Pierre Louis Geldenhuys

Celosía con luz, 2018

Teselación, seda salvaje y caja de luz (obra enmarcada)

85 x 85 cm

€3,875.00

Fernando Daza | Círculo blanco y negro rayado

Fernando Daza

Círculo blanco y negro rayado, 2018

Papel cortado a mano y pegado sobre tela

80 x 80 cm

María José Gallardo | Ojos verdes

María José Gallardo

Ojos verdes, 2016

Óleo, esmalte, pan de oro / lienzo

46 x 38 cm

€790.00

Fernando Daza | Monocromático básico 5

Fernando Daza

Monocromático básico 5, 2015

Papel cortado con cutter y pegado

100 x 70 cm

Fernando Daza | Estructura blanca sobre fondo negro

Fernando Daza

Estructura blanca sobre fondo negro, 2018

Díptico. Estructura blanca sobre fondo negro

100 x 130 cm

Victoria Santesmases | Palabras que hieren II

Victoria Santesmases

Palabras que hieren II, 2018

Pintura, clavos

90 x 110 cm

€2,665.00

Pierre Louis Geldenhuys | Johnny's Bird Cages

Pierre Louis Geldenhuys

Johnny's Bird Cages, 2018

Teselación, seda salvaje y caja de luz (yellow) (obra enmarcada)

75 x 75 cm

€3,390.00

Oriol Jolonch | Dos jirafas atormentadas

Oriol Jolonch

Dos jirafas atormentadas, 2018

Fotografía sobre papel Hahnemühle

60 x 80 cm

€970.00

Pierre Louis Geldenhuys | Los Tejados de Santiago de Compostela

Pierre Louis Geldenhuys

Los Tejados de Santiago de Compostela, 2018

Teselación, seda salvaje y caja de luz (naranja) (obra enmarcada)

100 x 100 cm

€4,115.00

María José Gallardo | Dama blanca

María José Gallardo

Dama blanca, 2018

Óleo, esmalte / lienzo

41 x 33 cm

€790.00

Fernando Daza | Círculo blanco y negro rayado

Fernando Daza

Círculo blanco y negro rayado, 2018

Papel cortado a mano y pegado sobre tela

75 x 75 cm

Xurxo Gómez-Chao | Hotel Earle. Red room

Xurxo Gómez-Chao

Hotel Earle. Red room, 2016

Photography on paper Ilford

75 x 60 cm

€1,210.00

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