"Horse-Man vs Horse Series" Original Oil on Canvas by Yasiel Palomino Pérez 27.5" x 31.5" SOLD

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"Bucking Horse-Man vs Horse Series" captures the intense fury and staggering power of a bucking horse. An original oil on gallery wrapped canvas measuring 27.5" x 31.5" (70cm x 80cm), this painting by Cuban artist Yasiel Palomino Pérez is making a statement. It is a dramatic painting and one of a series expressing Yasiel's way to understand the relationship between man and nature. He says, "It's like the man is always trying to make nature submit to him, but nature always fights against man...as the horse is doing in the painting."

It truly will make a strong impact in any room in which it is displayed.  A must-have for the equine art collector, "Bucking Horse-Man vs Horse" is an investment in fine art.

This original painting ships directly from the artist's studio in Luanda, Angola, at no extra charge. We do not offer returns on original artwork.
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Artist Profile ~ Yasiel Palomino Pérez

Yasiel Palomino Pérez was born on September 30, 1984 in Las Tunas, a small town in the east of Cuba. As a young child he soon gained acclaim in amateur art competitions. In 2006, he graduated from the professional academy of Las Tunas. While studying, he also lectured at his alma mater and dedicated his leisure time to producing his own artwork to which he fully committed in 2009.

In 2010, he went to Havana (La Habana) Capital of Cuba, located on the northwest coast and the largest city and port in the West Indies. There, he found a new home and the perfect environment to develop his career as a professional artist. In 2015, Palomino moved to Namibia, a country in southern Africa, where his artistic practice has fourished and he works as an art professor. His studio is in Luanda, Angola.

In his career so far, Yasiel Palomino Pérez has had 11 personal exhibitions and participated in more than 30 group exhibitions.