Tomás Baleztena at Maison Assouline 

Tomas Baleztena exhibits at Maison Assouline
One night – Private Invitation only – April 18th
196A, Piccadilly, London

On April 18th, Londoners will have the privilege, for one night only, to watch the latest work of critically acclaimed artist Tomas Baleztena at Maison Assouline.

Paintings from Baletzena’s latest body of work (oil on canvas) will be curated in London, representing Baleztena’s ability to capture mood in its deepest state: intense and in rapture. Many of the paintings in the exhibition will be available to buy on the evening, together with some drawings and sketches.

©Tomás Baletzena – Amy reading in bed. 60 x 50cm (2018). Oil On Canvas.

Born in Madrid, with Spanish and British heritage, Baletzena studied Fine Art at Middlesex University in London and at the faculty of Fine Arts, Complutense University, Madrid. Baletzena has a strong expressionist style, and an unconventional approach to portraiture, which conveys to the viewers his very personal vision and emotions. On the other hand, his landscapes find glimpses of warmth, even in the darkest of subjects. Working in oil on canvas, the artist uses the medium to express raw emotion and self-reflection. Currently, Baletzena is working on a series of large oil pieces with London as the main subject.

© Tomás Baletzena – Amy removing her make up. 114cm x 162cm (2017). Oil On Canvas.

 

Tomas Baleztena exhibits at Maison Assouline
One night – Private Invitation only – April 18th
196A, Piccadilly, London

 

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