Leon Center Collections

It is observed in the central part of the work a black woman, standing, dressed in black. Close up on a table with red tablecloth. On the back a white vase.

About the Author:

“Jorge Severino is a painter of contrasts. On the one hand we find a precise drawing against backgrounds of clean, Nubian colors, and on the other the image of a carefully studied black woman, who always hides something and who seduces the eye because of the adventure that her mysteries represent. It is the story of blackness, perhaps invented, of a glorious past that is closer to the desired future than to the past it invokes. But those calm, seated figures also hide spells, omens, incantations. " Fernando Ureña Rib, http://www.latinartmuseum.com/

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