Antonio Lopez Garcia. Hiperrealista

Antonio López García, Sink and Mirror, 1967 Oil on wood, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Melvin Blake and Frank Purnell Collection Courtesy Antonio López García.

Antonio López García (born January 6, 1936) is a Spanish painter and sculptor, known for his realistic style. He is criticized by some art critics for neo-academism, but praised by others, like Robert Hughes, who consider him a master realist. His style sometimes is deemed hyper-realistic. His painting was the subject of the film El Sol del Membrillo, by Victor Erice, in 1992.

"The Clothes Rack," Antonio López García, polychromed wood, 58 x 49 x Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Antonio Lopez Garcia (Tomelloso 1936) (matita)

still life drawing of clear glass of water on old window sill, pencil drawing- Antonio Lopez Garcia

Antonio Lopez and his ginger cat in his studio

I met him a couple years ago in Boston when a small group of friends gathered with the curator of his solo-show at MFA.

Antonio Lopez Garcia

Artist: Anelecia Hannah, Title: The First Time I Saw Antonio Lopez Garcia

I just watched a documentary about Spanish painter Antonio Lopez Garcia, and was astonished by his work.

I just watched a documentary about Spanish painter Antonio Lopez Garcia, and was…

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