"Woman In The Bathtub" Antonio López García, 1971

The Homewood Art Workshops at John Hopkins: “Woman in the Bathtub” by Antonio López García, 1971, pencil on paper, 20×28″ (most likely © Antonio López García)

Antonio López García (born January 6, 1936) is a Spanish painter and sculptor, known for his realistic style. He is criticized by some art critics for neo-academism, but praised by others, like Robert Hughes, who consider him a master realist. His style sometimes is deemed hyperrealistic. (Wikipedia)

For more about Antonio López García, including scans of his work, see Tim Lowly website and La Ciudad de la Pintura a Spanish website with a rich section offering good dimension scans of his work.

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