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Fernando Pedrosa


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Fernando Pedrosa

(Spanish b. 1947)


     Fernando Saenz Pedrosa was born in Palencia, Spain in 1947. At a young age his talent as a draftsman became very evident - so evident, that in1965, at the age of 18, he was enrolled in the prestigious Architectural School of Madrid. From 1965 to 1970, Pedrosa’s study as a draftsman and painter became more prolic. From his studies at the architecture school, he was able to mature his skill in drawing and combine that with painting. Painting became Pedrosa’s manner in which to bring his drawingsto life and he was so astounded by the art of painting that after five yearsof study, he decided to dedicate his career and life to it.


     Pedrosa’s skill as a hyperrealist is unmatched. Like an architect, he buildsa scene with the foundations of drawing, and from that adds color to bringhis forms to life, without revealing the painter’s brush-stroke. He is anartist who knows how to capture human expression and emotion in themost natural way. Like a photograph, the viewer is able to capture aglimpse of a moment as if the world was standing still. Pedrosa is gifted in creating detail. His beautiful shadows bring dimension to his forms with an

almost human tenderness. His studies in the effects of light give hisviewers the ability to capture the most vital hours of the day.



Leon, Spain 1976, 1977, 1978, 2004

Palencia, Spain 1980

Valladolid, Spain 1981, 1982

Burgos, Spain 1983, 1985, 1989

Santiago de Compostela, Spain 1987

Madrid, Spain 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998

Barcelona, Spain 2000, 2002, 2006


Nueva España (Spanish Newspaper) June 1983

El Ideal Gallego (Spanish Newspaper) September 1988

El Punto de las Artes (Spanish Magazine) December 1989

El Sol (Spanish Newspaper) March 1991

La Cronica 16 de Leon (Spanish Magazine) February 1994

Hospitalarias (Spanish Hospital Journal) February 2000


S. Benito Menni: Profeta de la Hospitalidad (Spanish book, “The Prophet of


El Prezzo del Corragio (Italian book, “The Price of Courage”)

Hospitaliarias (Spanish Hospital Journal)

Noteworthy expositions, books, and articles featuring the works

of Pedrosa include:




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