Marisa Mallol

Marisa Mallol was born in Alcoy, Alicante, Spain in 1942. At the age of thirteen, Mallol began her first studies of painting at La Escuela de Artes y Oficios in Alcoy. After completing these studies, Mallol began working in the studio and studying the techniques of the great landscape artist from Alcoy, Daniel Pastor, as well as other well-known artists. Three years of studying artistic drawing followed at the Escuela Industrial de Alcoy, under the teaching of the master Mario Candela, another painter from Alcoy With a passion for painting and a love for a challenge, Mallol has continued to search out new subjects. Because of her talent and desire, she has been able to encompass many themes in her paintings. She prefers the subject of ballerinas, who are favored for their elegance, beauty and the whimsical tutus that they wear.

These come together to offer a subject that is simplified, innocent, and harmonious. In fact, several themes of elegant women are created by Mallol. These include elegant nude portraits and serene women strolling near the ocean. The gentleness of a woman’s characteristics is the motivation for these subjects. Most recently, Mallol has begun creating realistic still life paintings with fruit, flowers and glass objects. These paintings are of sophisticated subjects that are created with delicate and decisive brush strokes and they pull the viewer into a world of realism. Mallol’s work can be found in international private and public collections.

 

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Perfect Pinot

by Marisa Mallol

Original Oil

21 x 18

SOLD

Afternoon Delight

by Marisa Mallol

Original Oil

14 x 10

Still Life

by Marisa Mallol

Original Oil

21 x 17

     

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

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