Monday, September 22, 2014

Giner Bueno

Giner Bueno

 The Spanish master, Giner Bueno, was born in Godella, a town along the Valencian coast of Spain, in April of 1935. Valencia itself is a highly industrial city, but in the surrounding villages people lead much simpler lives. Bueno received his passion for painting from his father, Luis Giner Vallas, who was a distinguished landscape painter backed by prestigious awards and exhibitions in important art galleries. At the age of twelve, Giner was given watercolors and oil paints so that he could join his father and his friends while they painted.

 Giner Bueno became an exceptional impressionist himself. His talent matured as a student at La Academia de Bellas Artes of San Carlos in Valencia, and continued to develop later in Paris. During his lifetime, he has participated in over fifty shows and has received countless awards. His paintings are exhibited at the Municipal Archive Museum of Valencia, the Museo Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Seville, the Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art and in private collections all throughout Europe and the United States.

1 comment:

  1. What a joy it is to see how Spanish artists have managed to cross borders. This is what causes the wonderful world of art. I would like to recommend to some Hispanic painters that I can say are my favorites: Diego Velázquez, Juan Gris, Pablo Picasso, Francisco de Goya, Gabino Amaya Cacho, just to mention a few, Regards