Life like drawings from Rubén Belloso Adorna

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Elia Vázquez Díaz — Belloso created this portrait of Elia, his maternal grandmother.

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“Ernst VII” — Belloso’s portrait of Ernst VII. To give you an idea of the scale of his work, this piece is 185 cm by 122 cm, over six feet tall.

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“Estudio Portugal 4” (“Portugal Study 4”) — This piece was done from an original photo by Belloso’s favorite photographer, Javier Pardo.

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“Héroes Cotidianos” (“Daily Heroes”) — Belloso tries to expose the realities of immigration with this piece, in which he notes that so many immigrants never realize their dreams of brighter futures.

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“Lobo Del Mar” (“Sea Dog”) — Belloso drew this portrait of an old tattooed sailor in 2011. A pastel-on-wood piece, it is 190 cm by 135 cm.

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“Poseidón” (“Poseidon”) — A portrait of Poseidon posing with his trident.

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“Olvido” (“Forgotten”) – The blurred lines on this woman’s face gives the impression that she is forgotten.

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“Aquellas Tardes De Verano” (“Those Summer Afternoons”) — This is the first of a trio of pieces all encompassing the same themes, and using the same child as a model.

Born in Seville, Spain, Ruben Belloso attended the University of Seville. He is extremely skilled in using pastels and he is very popular for his realistic-looking portraits of both real and fictional people. Belloso also teaches classes on how to work with pastels and you can visit his blog for more information.

 

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  • ntaka

    They say art is never finished but just abandoned, but i dnt see whats missing

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