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Lepidoptera I is the first of a series of three works in which I wanted to represent the butterfly, as the protagonist of the collection, in a fluid, loose and dynamic way. It is a butterfly of the morpho family, which occupies the central space on a background in which simple strokes suggest the presence of others like it in movement. I photographed all the butterflies in the series myself.


For me, the butterfly is not just an aesthetic entity. It represents the volatile, the ephemeral, the beginning and the end of life. And, above all, it possesses that eternal contrast in which the tentatively harmless can turn deadly. For their predators, morpho butterflies are highly poisonous, and it is precisely their beauty that is their most dangerous trap.


Oil on panel

30x30 cm.



This painting arrives with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.




  • Technique: Oil on panel

    Size of the painting: 30x30 cm 

    Year of production: 2024

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