Spanish painter (Cádiz 1989)
Dodero has had essential training in the Academy of C. Escobar for ten years in drawing and painting and later self-taught in the study of works between the XV and XVII centuries.
His work has focused in recent years on the portrait and the human figure, although previously and currently also combining landscape and still life. His interest in classical techniques and the study of the works of painters such as Velázquez, Ribera or Van Dyck has made his technical application one of the main reasons for his work. In recent exhibitions, technical issues making references to Baroque or Renaissance works have been the main reason for his work. P>
His work is thoughtful and honest and leaves nothing to chance. Hence, this course is of great duration and is full of numerous details and explanations.
Dodero is an artist who develops through reflection, who seeks the artist's empathy with his works. He prefers that the viewer enters the spiritual spaces of art, thus enjoying the sensation of entering as an intruder in a very private sphere, in a very interior world. All his work is impregnated with a latent spirituality p>