Introduction
Antonio López García (born 6 January 1936) is a Spanish painter and sculptor, known for his realistic style. He is criticized by some art critics for what they consider neo-academism, but praised by others, such as Robert Hughes, who consider him a master realist. His style sometimes is deemed hyperrealistic. His painting was the subject of the film El Sol del Membrillo, by Victor Erice, in 1992.
Wikidata
Q1257924
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Introduction
Spanish realist painter.
Nationality
Spanish
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Antonio López-Garcia, Antonio López García, Antonio Lopez-Garcia, Antonio Lopez Garcia, Antonio López-García, Antonio López- García, Antonio López
Ulan
500027198
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