Bailarina Orgullosa del Flamenco (Proud Flamenco Dancer)


Take a front row seat and hear the vibrant flamenco sounds of the Ballet Nacional de Espana – (BNE – Spanish National Ballet) lift their Proud Flamenco Dancer Ana Moya in her luscious red dress as you view this artwork. I can almost hear the clapping and guitar music of Spain all around me. Produced in cooperation with Fernando Resendes (Thanks Fernando)

Painted entirely with a knife. A high level of contrast is provided and the colours made extremely rich, bold and lustrous, thus creating a very contemporary feel overall.

It’s a large, very dramatic, passionate, emotive, moody and atmospheric figurative dance painting that would not look out of place as a feature in a lounge, study, office, music room, conservatory, bedroom, hall, landing or similar room and be a focal point to be proud of.

Shown below is a photo of it in a frame for exhibition purposes, though the frame can also be purchased at an additional cost if required. Unfortunately, the picture quality isn’t so good due to camera limitations…

Contact myself for more information about this beautiful work of art, or if you would like to purchase a print. Obviously, the quality of the original painting and prints is much better than displayed here, though if you wish to make a closer inspection, please let me know of any specific area you’re interested in and I’ll e mail a higher resolution image to you.

Here’s what a wide variety of artists thought of it on Deviant Art and Red Bubble, where you can also purchase unsigned prints, posters, postcards, mugs, t shirts, coasters, stickers and jigsaws of my artwork.

And if you like this painting, PLEASE share it with your friends

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