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Jose De la Barra, 1956 | Magic Realism painter


Jose De la Barra, Peruvian painter has created a dream-like world through his expressing the internal and external fantasies of his imagination with his precise talents in painting and drawing.
The expressions and the sensual movements that appear in each piece, create mystic allegories about the universe.
By combining his interest in the human form with his desire for symbolic content, he has engendered a language that explains the human condition through a unique perspective.
There is a method through with he develops his art replying on material and composition to develop his personal, magical universe.

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Federico del Campo (1837-1923) | Vedute painter


Federico del Campo was a Peruvian painter who was active in Venice where he was one of the leading vedute painters of the 19th century.
Del Campo was born in Lima and left his native Peru at a young age.
Nothing is known with certainty about his early studies in Peru.
He studied at Madrid's Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando (Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando) in Madrid from around 1865. Here he established a friendship with Lorenzo Valles, a history painter.

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Victor Crisostomo Gomez | Indians Native Art

Completely self-taught, Peruvian painter Victor Crisostomo Gomez’s approach to art is to portray emotion through intense color and to render the men, women and children in his portraits with a soft, almost dream-like quality.
The result is that each painting becomes a beautiful exploration into symbolism, cultural heritage and identity, drawing on a sense of harmony that he tries to instill in each canvas. Victor’s work has been likened to a treasure chest full of mysteries and surprises. Each gem will be revealed the longer you look.
Ultimately, Victor seeks to combine the strength and richness of the heritage of the Native Indians of Peru with the rewards and challenges of the urban world.
In this way, Victor has become one of today’s most relevant South American portrait artists. He continues to create beautiful paintings in Peru.

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Boris Vallejo, 1941 | Fantasy painter / Illustrator


Peruvian painter Boris Vallejo works almost exclusively in the fantasy genres. His hyper-representational paintings have appeared on the covers of numerous science fiction and fantasy paperbacks and are featured in a series of best-selling glossy calendars.
Subjects of his paintings are typically sword and sorcery gods, monsters, and well-muscled male and female barbarians engaged in battle.
Vallejo began painting at the age of 13, in 1954, and had his first illustration job three years later, in 1957, at the age of 16. He attended the Escuela Nacional Superior Autónoma de Bellas Artes on a five-year scholarship, and was awarded🎨 a prize medal.

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Johnny Palacios Hidalgo, 1970 | Surrealist / Hyperrealist painter

Peruvian painter Johnny Palacios Hidalgo was born in Lima, Peru and studied art between 1988-1998 in the National Art Museum and the National School of Fine Arts.
He has exhibited regularly since 1984, developing a surreal hyperrealism style with unique powerful images full of beauty, which emphasizes the feminine beauty and animal figures more or less merged with the environment.


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Albert Lynch (1851-1912)


Albert Lynch (Trujillo, 1851 - Monaco, 1912) was a Peruvian painter.
He settled in Paris, where he studied at l'École des Beaux-Arts. Lynch showed his artwork in the Salon in 1890 and 1892 and in the Exposition Universelle of 1900 during which he received a gold medal**. His work maintained the spirit of the Belle Époque.