Impressionist treatment painting and predominance of blue tones, offers the view of a landscape in a vertical composition, with a nebulous and humid atmosphere, highlighted by palm trees, two of which are parallel in the foreground. Shrubs, road, fence, mountains and other elements complete the panorama.
Mario Grullón is considered one of the great masters of Dominican costumbrismo and the so-called School of Santiago. He studied at the National School of Fine Arts, in the city of Santo Domingo; After completing his studies, he returned to Santiago to study painting with Master Yoryi Morel, where he later became Director of his teacher's academy. The works of Mario Grullón stand out, for a production with markedly personal characteristics, in which the link with the Afro-Antillean universe is remarkable.