Domino Sugar
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Domino Sugar

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Painting medium: Oil paint



Gallery: Eclectic Gallery

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
Juan del Pozo, was born in Spain in 1969. He is the son and apprentice of José Rodríguez, a Spanish painter inspired by the Spanish landscapes. Juan showed his artistic talent from a very early age, raised by his father before moving to Madrid to study, he continues his family tradition as an artist. He wasn’t happy with just using oils for his paintings, so he decided to explore other techniques like: Engraving, Gouache and Watercolour. He exhibits his work in the media and has accepted commissions to paint murals in different locations throughout Spain. Also, he was the Art Director of “Idealiza” a company specialized in Architecture.


Medium Oil paint
Support Canvas
Framed? No
Subjects Landscape,
Style Impressionist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity No
Artwork Dimensions: 97 X 150 X 4 X cm

About Juan del Pozo

Juan del Pozo was born in Spain in 1969. Juan showed artistic talent from a very early age and was nurtured by his father before going on to study in Madrid. He now continues the family tradition as a successful contemporary artist in his own right, working as a professional artist since 1989.

Juan has exhibited widely across Europe, especially in Spain and Portugal, and his work has won several prestigious awards. He is a versatile artist who enjoys experimentation in different mediums, from oils to watercolours to engravings, whilst also enjoying a time as Art Director of ‘Idealiza’, an architecture company.

His passion for cityscapes is evident in his paintings, focusing on the architecture of important cities across the world. Juan’s work can be found in private collections in Spain, Portugal, France, Sweden, Brazil and Great Britain.