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Santiago Nude Environment Gallery New York
Item Specifics - Prints
Type: Modern - Open Edition
Subject: Figures, Portraits
Style: figurative style with dramatic fantasy
Rare Ramon Santiago Nude from the Environment Gallery in New York
Ramon Santiago was a world renowned painter and artist. September 4,
1943 - December 16, 2001.
This poster is in rich brown tones and in unmistakable Santiago fashion
depicts a mystical beauty tenderly cradling a smaller child-like figure.
Size: 25 X 38"
Condition: Mint (like new)
This print is on heavy, high quality paper with a fine matt finish.
Ramón Santiago was born September 4, 1943 in Rochester, New York.
He began painting in 1961 while attending Mt. San Antonio College in
California. Two years later he returned to Rochester to study art at
Rochester Institute of Technology. He served with the United States
Marine Corps from 1965-68. After his discharge from the service, Santiago's
professional art career began.
Audiences have been drawn to Santiago's unmistakable vision, a figurative
style with dramatic fantasy. Elegant portrayals of beautiful women,
odd human-like creatures, symbolism, color and recurrent themes create
his haunting and enigmatic images. Influenced by Chagall, Dali, Picasso,
Pascin and Modigliani, Santiago prefers to work in mixed media and oil
Over the past 30 years, Santiago has actively exhibited his work in
galleries and museums, both nationally and internationally.
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