The Still Life, or Bodegón, consists of the pictorial or photographic composition that groups together inanimate objects, such as ceramics, flowers, fruits, among others.
Floral nature presents a set of pink, white and red flowers on a brown background. This is a singular piece in the production of Izquierdo, whose most frequent themes are focused on highlighting the habitat and the city and rural traditions. Contrary to most of his work, which reflects an open, direct and rational approach to local spaces and characters, this piece shows an intimate and delicate look at a segment of reality.
Mariano Eckert seeks an emphasis on genre paintings and still lifes that reflect the life and everyday elements of his environment, in this case it is observed in the presence of eggplant, tomato, zapote, orange and banana. A blue colored horse on the right expresses the European influence of the type of work and the author. This work, which are characterized by the brilliance of color and luminosity, is a compliment to the beauty of the normal and everyday of our country and projects a sense of naturalness, intimacy and homeliness modesty.
Jorge Octavio (Yoryi) Morel
With the oil, Yoryi Morel creates a still life with fruits from her surroundings: coconut, milky, mangoes, melon, pineapple, bananas and oranges. The fruits are on a tablecloth bordered in blue and red. A red-handled knife and backs of three chairs complement the still life.
The elements that make up the work are defined by glazes of various shades and tonal accents. This was done on a horizontal format paper.
The photographer registered horizontally a still life with vegetables in an open space. The image, taken from a zenith angle, captures different items on a field covered with herbs. On the left side of the image is a metal container, inside which are identified several green peppers (Capsicum), a cassava (Manihot esculenta), two cans with sardines and some strands of herbs. Towards the right half other yuccas have been placed next to a few bananas (Musa paradisiaca) and a sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas).
This painting by López Ramos presents fruits and vessels, components of a still life, a genre favored by the artist. These objects are grouped in a flat surface of neutral chromatism tending to the range of yellows and oranges. The painter shows his skill to present the detail and texture in the composition. This still life consists of a bottle, a dish and cashews.
With oranges inside a ceramic container, López Ramos captures again in a genre of his domain: El Bodegón. In a range of yellows and oranges are grouped objects, on a flat surface of neutral chromatism. The painter shows to present the detail both in the fruits and in the container that contains them and the vase that accompanies the image.
The artist goes into the kitchen and catches, on a wooden table, a still life made up of a group of dead birds inside a plastic container. In the foreground are the birds cleaned, plucked and prepared for cooking, which receive a left side light. In later spaces appear traditional stoves or rustic wood stoves, built with mud on a table.