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Alfredo Navarro
 
 

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 The Eternal Dance 24 x 26 Oil on board $8600
 
 
 Wonderful Distance 39 x 12 Oil on board $6950
 
 
Distant Cliffs 13 x 16 Oil on board $3400
 
 
Ray of Hope 9 x 13 Oil on board $2150 
 
 Evening Solice 10 x 8 Oil on board $1600
 
 
 Morning Solice 10 x 8 Oil on board $1600
 Magical Sunset 16 x 32 Oil on board SOLD
 
 
 Caught in Light 18 x 15 Oil on board SOLD
 
 
Aspire 9 x 13 Oil on board SOLD 
 
 
Alfredo Navarro
(Spanish-Born 1965)
     

Alfredo Navarro was born on the eastern coast of Spain in the city of Alcoy (Alicante) in 1965. Initially inspired by his father, Navarro attended the art school of Escuela Municipal de Bellas Artes at a young age.

He continued his education in Valencia where he received a degree in economics at the Valencia University as well as an art degree from Circulo
de Bellas Artes.

He then returned to Alcoy to paint and apprentice under the painter/teacher Selles. Navarro's father also a painter, taught his son the techniques of oil painting.

At age 19, Navarro began painting professionally
and in 1986 received first place in an art exhibition sponsored by the Government Delegate of Galicia
in Spain.

Navarro considers his technique somewhere between Realism and Hyperrealism.

  Alfredo respects Velazquez for the artist's ability to
capture the soul of a person in a portrait and the colors
and atmosphere used to create a painting.

Picasso and Greco are admired for their bold creativity
and expressive colors.

Expressive colors and atmosphere can be found in
Alfredo's striking sunsets, sweeping seas and foaming waves.

He is inspired by the vastness of both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Alfredo paints dramatic seascapes as well as seascapes with a feeling
of tranquility.

He also paints translucent waves gently rolling into
shore as the evening's sunset pierces through the water.

His calm seas mesmerize viewers with the ocean's expanse, or the feeling of a warm sun dancing on the
water or an endless horizon.
 
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