Large colorful portrait of a young woman wearing in a traditional flamenco dress. The word "manolas" from the title references a term coined in the mid 19th century for a Spanish peasant woman or girl, especially in traditional colorful dress. The work is accented in metallic and glittery paint that make the embellishments shine. Signed in the upper right corner. The canvas is not currently framed or stretched, but options are available.
Benjamin Sepulveda employs painting, culture, and movement to process and expresses the femininity, poetry, and design of the Spanish bullfighter. He often describes himself as a plastic artist, an artist obtaining the malleability to enhance the aesthetics of religion, Spanish culture, and burdens faced within a humanistic experience.
H 70 in. x W 51 in.. x D .15 in.