Vendimia (The Grape Harvest)

Vendimia (The Grape Harvest), 18" X 26", Inv#25402472
oil on canvas
Tiempo de Cosecha (The Harvest)

Tiempo de Cosecha (The Harvest), 18" X 26", Inv#25143514
oil on canvas
Soplando Burbujas (Blowing Bubbles)

Soplando Burbujas (Blowing Bubbles), 18" X 13", Inv#25461142
oil on canvas
Pastor con su Rebano (Shepherd with his Flock)

Pastor con su Rebano (Shepherd with his Flock), 16" X 26", Inv#44331683
oil on board
Paseo por la playa (Walk on the Beach)

Paseo por la playa (Walk on the Beach), 21" X 32", Inv#48240756
oil on canvas
Muchacha con uvas (Woman with Grapes)

Muchacha con uvas (Woman with Grapes), 18" X 13", Inv#34718765
oil on canvas
El Artesano (The Craftsman)

El Artesano (The Craftsman), 16" X 11", Inv#25461141
oil on canvas
Atardecer (Dusk)

Atardecer (Dusk), 21" X 32", Inv#48240755
oil on canvas
 Woman with Apples

Woman with Apples, 18" X 13", Inv#25341924

Javier Saenz Pedrosa was born in Palencia, Spain in 1951. From early on, Javier showed similar artistic talents as his older brother, Fernando. Following his artistic vocation, he moved to Madrid in 1967 where he attended college. After graduation, he began his career as an artist and held his first exhibition, beside his brother, in León, one of Spain’s largest cities. Other exhibitions ensued in cities such as Madrid, Palencia, Valladolid and Burgos. His paintings also were hung at the art halls of the Hostal de los Reyes Católicos, a very prestigious, luxury hotel in Santiago de Compostela. Javier Pedrosa displays the maturity of an established painter – while his coloration is skilled with tonalities that are right to the point and always coherent with the subject matter – delivering amazing technique with ease as only a true artist can. His female figures are the center of attention in his works, which overflow with sensitivity and pleasure and continually express harmony, structure, depth and beautiful tonalities. The research he devotes to choosing his realistic subject matter clearly distinguishes his art and talent from other artists. To differentiate his paintings from those of his brother’s, many of his pieces are signed “Saenz”, referencing his mother’s family name. Javier lives and paints with his artist brother Fernando. Perfecting their techniques together, their works can hardly be distinguished apart.