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Metamorphose, Miguel Mainar, Sala 1
Saragossa

Exposición de obras de arte del pintor aragonés Miguel Mainar, en el interior del Palacio de Montemuzo, en Zaragoza. Homenaje a este expresivo artista aragonés, maestro en la combinación de materiales sutiles como el papel y las telas que, combinadas a través de formas, pliegues y dibujos, producen una metamorfosis de formas que finalmente, aparecen ante los ojos del espectador como una sugerente realidad tridimensional

Copyright: Ignacio Borrego Polanco
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Uploaded: 25/11/2012
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