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Ventura Diaz

"Just Having Fun"

"Look What I Found"

"The Fruits of Your Labor"

"Preparing the Boats"

"The Valencian Women"

"Fun in the Sun"

"Setting Sails"


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Ventura Diaz



     Born in Alcoy, Alicante, Spain in 1948, Ventura Diaz studied in the Fine ArtsSchool in Valencia where he achieved brilliant results. His unique impressionistic style of landscapes and seascapes are softly portrayed with delicate colors. Each of his paintings captures his personality and realism.


     For his subjects, Diaz usually travels to find inspiration in nature’s landscape. He prefers to paint in a relaxed style, impressionistically portraying the life of his native Spaniards. Although Diaz has the training and ability to paint a more complex and pretentious paintings, he states that he is full of human virtue and does not want to create paintings that have a calculated attitude.


     His paintings can be found in galleries and private collections, especially in Spain and in the United States. Diaz has obtained many Spanish prizes, including an award he received in Madrid in 1965.



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