Francisco Ramoneda (1905-1977) Oil on Board portrait of a Gaucho
Dimensions:W: 40cm (15.7")H: 65cm (25.6")
Framed Oil on Board portrait of a Gaucho by Argentinian artist Francisco Ramoneda (1905-1977), who founded the Ramoneda Studio Museum in Humahuaca Northern Argentina in 1936 . the purpose of the museum to provide Humahuaca and the entire province with a space where the work of mainly Argentinian artists and some foreign artists too may be contemplated and studied. Thus, the collection of this museum includes works by its founder, as well as other consecrated and prestigious painters and sculptors, such as: Antonio Alice, Benito Quinquela Martín, Enrique de Larrañaga, A. Laxeiro, V. Santasusgna, A. Laddaga, Idalecio Pereyra, Juan C. Durand, José R. Cardozo, Luis A. Ramoneda, Santiago Chiérico, A. Morosin, Francis Laperuta, Luis Elvera, Eloisa Dufour, M. Guaragna, Alta Mich, Oliva Navarro, Hugo Irureta and R. Moron, to name a few.
The portrait is painted in a thick impasto style , set of off by the heavy gilt frame.