Alfredo Palmero
Menina Naranja by Alfredo Palmero
Menina Naranja
Menina Naranja
2014 / 2015

Menina Naranja

Limited Edition, Edition of: 150, Signed
Limited Edition, Edition of: 150, Signed
Article number: APL04

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Alfredo Palmero

Menina Naranja

Limited Edition, Edition of: 150, Signed
2014 / 2015
Menina Naranja by Alfredo Palmero
$ 599.00
$ 599.00
23.6 x 18.9"

Photo mount frame Hamburg, profile width: 0.8"

Canadian Maple, Brown

$ 599.00
47.2 x 37.8"

Mounted under acrylic glass, depth 0.1" glossy

Frameless

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Background Information about Alfredo Palmero

Whether in powerful red, vibrant orange, or gentle green, Alfredo Palmero’s Meninas and their charming colours have an almost hypnotic effect. In his large-format portraits, tradition meets modernity, and abstraction collides with the paintings of the old masters. It is no coincidence that his series is named after the famous painting “Las Meninas” by Diego Velázquez, one of the most important portrait painters of the Spanish Baroque. Palmero shares Velázquez’s love for detail as well as his unique ability to express his model’s personality in just a few brushstrokes.

Palmero created his Meninas as symbols of femininity, allegories for the mysteries of women and their role in society. We seem to recognise typical female attributes in their expressive poses: Gentleness, pride, and sensuality are almost tangible. Each embodies a different disposition and symbolises a different allure – one that is reflected in the background colours. It is not only the exquisite colours of Palmero’s portraits that stand out, but also the pieces’ compositional nature. While the upper halves of the images follow a realistic, figurative style of painting, the bottom halves lose themselves in complete abstraction. His use of expressive brushstrokes to portray the Meninas’ opulent dresses is almost reminiscent of a sketch by Miró. This contrast-rich relationship creates the distinctive charm of Palmero’s works, whose beauty is matched only by that of the Meninas themselves.

Palmero was raised in an artistic Spanish family that hails from a long tradition. The public can view the most important works by the Palmero family in two private museums in Spain. Other paintings by Alfredo Palmero can be found in the private collection of the former Spanish King, Juan Carlos, as well as that of the late Duchess of Alba.

Sarah Fassio
1966Born in Barcelona, Spain

Solo Exhibitions

2015Alfredo Palmero, Rosenbaum Contemporary, Miami, USA
Alfredo Palmero, Galerie Tornby, Bindslev, Denmark
Alfredo Palmero, Zenitart, Mallorca, Spain
2014Alfredo Palmero, Galerie Artmundi, Paris, France
2013Alfredo Palmero, A priori Art Gallery, Panama City, Panama
2012Alfredo Palmero, Boushahri Art Gallery, Kuwait City, Kuwait
2011Alfredo Palmero, Grand Hyatt, Doha, Qatar
Meninas y Arlequines, The Harbour Gallery, Hong Kong, China
Alfredo Palmero, Subex Art Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
2008Alfredo Palmero, Galeria Sargent, Madrid, Spain
2007Alfredo Palmero, Kennebek Fine Art, Jacob Javitz Center, New York City, USA
2006Alfredo Palmero, Galeria Versalles, Bilbao, Spain
2005Alfredo Palmero, Galería de arte Altea, Madrid, Spain
2002Alfredo Palmero, Galeria Alfican, Brussels, Belgium
2001Alfredo Palmero, Galería Art Diagonal, Barcelona, Spain

Group Exhibitions

2014Glauben, Magicum, Berlin, Germany