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About the Work
Spanish artist Felix Mas uses his paintbrush to masterfully convey emotion. It is his gift and our good fortune to be able to experience it. He considers himself a traditionalist, obsessed with form and color, creating images that celebrate femininity and the luminous beauty of the female form. “Jewel of Egypt II”I is hand-signed serigraph on linen. The image size is 20 x 24 – inches.
In “Jewel of Egypt III”, Felix Mas finds inspiration in the opulent setting of Egypt which is ripe with enigmatic symbols and beautiful, lustrous gold. He is a traditional painter who is fascinated and preoccupied with line, form and the achievement of fine color harmonies. His models, which clearly his ideal form of femininity, are radiant, graceful, exquisitely dressed and invariably placed in luxurious undefined settings.
His works rely on bold colors used in concert with provocative body language. The gaze of his subject is often diverted, allowing the viewer to apprehend his paintings without engagement. Each woman is dressed in richly colored fabrics, uniquely achieved through pigments he creates himself, that are elegantly draped throughout all his works.
About the Artist
Felix Mas is a well-known artist around the world and best recognized for his artistic portrayals of “sensual elegance”. Much of Mas’s works contain beautiful women as the central subject matter, which many have described as alluring and intoxicating. Mas’s work finds inspiration from many different cultures and appears to be deeply influenced by Japanese woodblock prints and the fashions of India, as well as the historical grace of ancient Egypt, Rome, and Greece. Felix Mas was born in Spain in 1935, where he currently lives and his artistic passions. He has always been a student of art since his childhood and developed his skills as he matured into adulthood. Mas attended the San Jorge Academy of Fine Arts in Barcelona, where he received a great deal of traditional training. He has also traveled throughout Europe and the United States to enrich his perspective and perfect his skills.