Vicente Romero Redondo is a Spanish painter born in Madrid in 1956. His portraits of lovely women in light dresses bring the light and heat of the Mediterranean into my shadowy attic. Find out more about him on his personal blog.May these portraits inspire Spanish Julita! She will like them much, I have no doubt about it.
Which is your favorite?
15 thoughts on “The Paintings of Vicente Romero Redondo – Lovely Women in Hot Weather”
3,5,7,12 & 15 – I know you said one but I couldn’t pick, they are all magnificent – thank you for sharing Vincent, what an incredibly talented man. They are stunning.
If those don’t get you out of the attic, what will? I am leaving my basement, today, and there is STILL snow on the ground, here! Viva la freedom.
Which is my favorite? Third row, left, but, tomorrow, it might be the one above it, or,gosh, any of them. Nice work, Vincent.
Amazing art. I’ve never seen these before, but they are so inspirational. My favourite is the woman with the umbrella, lying on a blanket in nature. Such a bliss
My favorite is #5 🙂
They’re all so very beautiful! Once can’t simply have just one favourite, mine would be 6, 7, 8, 11, 13 and 15!
And you say you don’t like summer… 😉
You can’t be afraid of daylight anymore if there’s a woman like these awaiting you! Is this the author of the paintings you post normally? I love his work — so exquisitely beautiful.
These women are lovely, but I much prefer inky hair.
I post paintings from various artists. Some from Vicente as well.
I collect paintings of women and would love to have one of his. I can’t decide which I would pick, though, as they are all so lovely.
These are beautiful.