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Lucrecia Pascual's work has always stood out for its deep Mediterranean roots and this is even more evident in her current exhibition at the ESPAI BLANC gallery. In these last paintings exhibited here, the reference to various elements of classical language is totally explicit and a whole repertoire of capitals, columns and balustrades appear as clearly figurative elements of a work based above all on a poetic use of texture. A texture of telluric roots dominated by the ocher tones and temples of the Mediterranean land and the fine grains of the dream mermaid beaches.

An always contained and elegant use of color in the work of Lucrecia Pascual, a sense of harmonious universe of great sensitivity that arises to the viewer in a world of tranquility in which these classic references reach a special symbolic quality.

Argueda Viñamata

Hª del Arte teacher at the Elisava school

de disseny, superior of Barcelona

El mar

130 x 195 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1995

Puerta en Turquia

130 x 97 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1995

Cuadros en negro

91 x 65 cm Técnica mixta sobre madera Barcelona 1995

La lluvia

146 x 114 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1996

Mujer

146 x 114 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1996

Composición en Nebulosa

3 piezas Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1996

Columna

130 x 97 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1996

Columna griega

92 x 73 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1995

El sueño

146 x 114 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1995

Confidencias

146 x 114 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1997

Agua fuerte

40 x 30 cm Barcelona 1997

Aguafuerte

40 x 30 cm Barcelona 1997

Figuras en azul

146 x 114 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1997

Bustos

146 x 114 cm Técnica mixta sobre tela Barcelona 1996

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