Location15411 SW 14th Avenue Rd Ocala, Florida34473
- Listed: September 24, 2023 5:31 am
REDUCED TO $355!
Selling Right Now(!) at Park West Gallery for $1,650! That is the VIP Price for High End Collectors!
‘One Dance’ is an Orlando Quevedo Embellished, Color Giclée on Canvas Signed by Hand. It is in Pristine Condition(!) and only hung one time. It comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and an Appraisal from Park West Gallery I paid more than $1,200 (I can show you the original sale receipt) and am selling it for well-below market value. Appraised Value is $1,990 as of 6/21.
Embellished Color Giclée on Canvas
Hand-Signed in pigment Lower Right by Quevedo
Registration No: 933870.0083
From the Arabic Numbered Edition of 99 Examples – 85/99
Price: $355.00 ($1,150 LESS! than Park West!)
Appraised: $1,990 as of 6/21
Size Unframed: 22″ x 25-3/4″
Size Framed: 25-1/2″ x 31-1/2″
Painting in Perfect Condition
Frame in Perfect Condition
Orlando Rafael Quevedo was born January 1st, 1970 in Holguin, Cuba. He started his fine art education in 1982. At the age of 8 he won the first prize at the National Celebration of the History of Cuba Competition. He continued his studies at the Professional School of Fine Art in Holquin, where only five students are chosen to attend. Orlando received his Masters Degree from the Superior Art Institute of Havana, Cuba in 1993.
Orlando immigrated from Cuba and settled in Philadelphia. He subsequently worked as a professor at LaSalle University for ten years, as well as a curator for the Philadelphia Museum of Fine Art, one of the most reputable art museums in USA. Orlando also helped beautify the city of Philadelphia by painting several large murals in the downtown area.
Orlando is the nation’s foremost proponent of “Magical Realism” — a style in which magical elements blend with the real world. His paintings portray these magical elements as realistically as possible, but he presents them in a straightforward manner that places the “real” and the “fantastic” in the same subject matter. Inspired by his favorite artists — Peter Paul Rubens, Velazquez and Rembrandt — he continues to pay homage to these masters as he combines their techniques to create the light, drama and movement that clearly define a continually evolving Baroque, surreal and magical style.
Orlando’s works are exhibited in over thirty major art galleries and art auction homes around the United States and Europe. His work is regularly exhibited in Art Expo, New York, one of the largest art fairs to the trade and collectors.