Continuing in the tradition of Spain’s
great impressionist painters, Eustaquio Segrelles is an artist of
extreme versatility. His paintings exude boldness and vibrancy in their
loose yet concise brushstrokes.
Since 1957, yearly exhibitions of Segrelles’ work have been held in
Spain’s most important cultural centers. Over the years, Segrelles has
garnered numerous prizes and medals including: First Prize “Karman” of
Seville and Gold Medal, 1974; First Prize at the Fair of Algeciras,
1975; Internatinal Prize and Gold Medal, Alicante, 1976; and the Gold
Cup of Honor/International Rank of Prestigious Artist, Spain 1988.
The paintings of Eustaquio Segrelles can be found in private and public
collections in Argentina, London, Scotland, Holland, Portugal,
Venezuela, Paris, Japan, Mexico and the United States. His work is also
represented in the permanent collections of major museums throughout
Spain. His paintings are permanently represented at the Palace of the
Governors and the Provincial Museum of Valencia.
Segrelles’ work focuses on a wide spectrum of themes including
landscapes, portraits, peasant scenes, beach scenes and other marine
compositions. His technique of bold brush strokes and vibrant light
combined with his great skill with composition bring his subjects to
Mr. Segrelles’ work is a treasured
addition to any collection.