Private Collection Art Sale [] David Leonardo and Juan Ezcurdia

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  • PRIVATE COLLECTION ART SALE

    David Leonardo & Juan Ezcurdia
    Prominent San Miguel de Allende artists 

     

    “DIOSES PEREGRINOS”  “PILGRIM GODS”  by David Leonardo, 2014

    90cm x 70cm  |  28” x 36” inches 

    Medium: Oil on a 1 ¾ ″ deep wrapped canvas. All sides of the canvas are painted, so no frame is necessary. Ready to hang with secured hanging wire.

    Artist Signature: Signed on the front and back of the painting.

    Retail:    45,000p   |   US$2,300
    Asking:   38,000p  |   US$1,955

     

    Juan Ezcurdia

    208 cm x 150 cm  |  82” x 59” inches 

    Medium: Oil on a 1 ¾ ″ deep wrapped canvas. All sides of the canvas are painted, so no frame is necessary. Ready to hang with secured hanging wire.

    Artist Signature: Signed on the front.

    Retail:    65,000p   |   US$3,300
    Asking:   55,000p  |   US$2,800

     

    ABOUT THE ARTISTS

    DAVID LEONARDO

    David Leonardo coined the term “Latin Expressionism.”

    This term best describes his personal style of art, where he chooses to mix the rich, vibrant colors of Mexican fruit and earth with the intensity of Pre-Hispanic cultures. For Leonardo, his art has deep spiritual significance.

    Leonardo’s vast body of studio work includes works in oil, acrylic, wood and bronze. Themes include historical, mythological and philosophical interests. He is interested in pre-Hispanic cultures, in particular the Huichole Indians, with whom he has resided.

    Leonardo has produced 11 murals, four of the major murals can be seen in San Miguel de Allende at the Instituto Allende and the Biblioteca Publica.

    Leonardo does adhere to the adage, “If art is real, art will heal.”

    Source: artecontempsf.com/david-leonardo

     

    JUAN EZCURDIA

    Juan Ezcurdia has become has become known for his wild and varied interpretations of animals and people and how they intermingle. Artistic and humorous at the same time,

    People and animals are portrayed in a naïve manner but the ways they interact blur the lines. It is almost as if the painter has decided that all living creatures are on the same equal footing, and talk of opposable thumbs and enlarged craniums be dammed. 

    The artist says that, “his paintings are inspired by the simple and direct vision of children.” 

    Therefore, in Juan Ezcurdia’s world it’s quite normal for a woman to be riding a bicycle for two with a bull wearing a three piece suit. A musical trio might be composed of a man, a woman, and a milk cow, all apparently equally adept at singing and playing their instruments. 

    Although the figures are simple and basic, the overall feeling is polished and painterly. Ezcurdia is self-taught, but he has a very sophisticated sense of color, subtle shading, and composition. Even though they are painted on a flat plane devoid of perspective, these images have impact and power beyond the restraints of the naïve style.

    Source: artevolution.com/artists/juan-ezcurdia

     

     

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