The Parisian Way - SA - DE140

The Parisian Way - SA - DE140, 32" X 39", Inv#43131440
oil on canvas
The city that never sleeps

The city that never sleeps, 16" X 13", Inv#36091796
oil on canvas
SOLD

SOLD, 0" X 0", Inv#442588387
SOLD

SOLD, 0" X 0", Inv#442588386
SOLD

SOLD, 0" X 0", Inv#442588385
Ships at Sea

Ships at Sea, 15" X 18", Inv#32580746
Oil on Canvas
Rough Waters

Rough Waters, 14" X 11", Inv#29431097
oil on canvas
Oncoming Siege

Oncoming Siege, 20" X 18", Inv#29431094
oil on canvas
Marché du Dimanche (Sunday Market)

Marché du Dimanche (Sunday Market), 8" X 20", Inv#32580745
Oil on Canvas
Downtown

Downtown, 26" X 32", Inv#35291863
oil on canvas
Colonial Conquest

Colonial Conquest, 13" X 13", Inv#32580747
Oil on Canvas
By the Flower Market

By the Flower Market, 20" X 24", Inv#35291864
oil on canvas
Bright day on the Boulevard

Bright day on the Boulevard , 20" X 30", Inv#29431091
oil on canvas

Emilio Paya began to paint at the age of fourteen. Upon turning eighteen he began his formal training in art. Due to his talent of drawing he was inspired and encouraged to begin training at this early age. During his education and training he studied under the Spanish professor, Mr. Edmundo Jorda. “Payes” began painting professionally when he was 28 years old. Since this time he has exhibited in galleries including Galerie Soria, Chateauroux, France in 1995 and Galerie Hispaluz, Concepcion, Chile in 1996. The works of Emilio Paya are in private collections throughout Japan, Saudi Arabia, Germany and the United States. “Payes” collectors include Prince Fahd Bin Salman Bi of Saudi Arabia, and individuals from the French Aristocracy and the Belgian Aristocracy. The artist describes his current style and influence of paintings as customs, manners and impressionism. His favored subjects are landscapes, harbor scenes and Parisian items. “Payes” is married with four children.