Samuel López

Samuel López

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"Tardaríamos en encontrarnos" Acrílico sobre lienzo, 100x80 cms, 2012.

"Tardaríamos en encontrarnos" Acrílico sobre lienzo, 100x80 cms, 2012.

"Tardaríamos en encontrarnos" Acrílico sobre lienzo, 100x80 cms, 2012.

"Tardaríamos en encontrarnos" Acrílico sobre lienzo, 100x80 cms, 2012.

"Amor Mediterráneo" Óleo sobre lienzo, 115,5 cm x 88,5 cm, 2017.  https://artesreunidas.wixsite.com/artesreunidas/pintura

"Amor Mediterráneo" Óleo sobre lienzo, 115,5 cm x 88,5 cm, 2017. https://artesreunidas.wixsite.com/artesreunidas/pintura

"Los hijos que no tuvimos" Técnica mixta sobre tabla, 70 cm X 50 cm, 2017. https://artesreunidas.wixsite.com/artesreunidas/pintura

"Los hijos que no tuvimos" Técnica mixta sobre tabla, 70 cm X 50 cm, 2017. https://artesreunidas.wixsite.com/artesreunidas/pintura

kyle-marffin:  Dark-Winged Angels: Roberto Ferri Sumptuous oil paintings by…

“ Dark-Winged Angels: Roberto Ferri Sumptuous oil paintings by Taranto, Italy romantic painter Roberto Ferri (b. modern master of his own Baroque revival, who some call Caravaggio’s heir.

Eugène Atget. Coin, Boulevard de la Chapelle et Rue Fleury 76- 18E- June 1921- Matte albumen silv

Eugène Atget Coin, Boulevard de la Chapelle et rue Fleury June 1921 Matte albumen silver print 6 x x cm) The Museum of Modern Art, New York Abbott-Levy Collection. Partial gift of Shirley C.

Anónimo. "Chorrojumo".

Anónimo. "Chorrojumo".

José García Ayola. Sin título, hacia 1880-90, Papel baritado al gelatino-bromuro de plata, 21 x 15 cm Museo Arqueológico Provincial de Granada.

José García Ayola. Sin título, hacia 1880-90, Papel baritado al gelatino-bromuro de plata, 21 x 15 cm Museo Arqueológico Provincial de Granada.

Milky Way galaxy arc. The graceful arc of the Milky Way begins and ends at two mountain peaks in this solemn night sky panorama.

"The Best Bank in the World", Ortigueira (Galicia), Spain.

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An EPIC New View of Earth-- After journey of about million kilometers million miles) to the Lagrange Point, the satellite DSCOVR and its Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) has returned its first view of the entire sunlit side of Earth.

Little snowy

Little snowy

Work in progress

Work in progress