Flamenco Dancer

Francisco Rodriguez San Clemente, was born in 1861 in Cádiz, Spain. This exceptional painter was born in Cadiz, interest and passion for flamenco was a preponderant and valuable part of his style and artistic career.

Unattainable traveler absorbed everything he discovered, translated into his paintings sensations, shapes and colors of an art that continued to inspire another painter his son Francisco Rodríguez Sánchez. He has an excellent sense of color that gives strength to his vigorous style of drawing. Most of his portraits convey the wild rhythm of flamenco or evokes the excitement of the bullfight. In each theme it illustrates life throbbing.

Father and teacher of the painter from Alicante, Francisco Rodríguez Sánchez Clement, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid. From the exhibitions of his paintings in the halls of Paris and throughout Europe, he has acquired notoriety as the pictorial reporter of his cultural heritage.

His works have been published in the distinguished art catalogs of Frost & Reed Limited, London, England. His works have enriched many public and private collections around the world.

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