Poch Romeu Art Prints

Born in Barcelona, 7 August 1935, artist Poch Romeu began painting at the age of eleven. In 1947, he enrolled in the Escola d'Arts I Oficis, where he completed the four "guixos" courses in two years. At age 17, he enrolled in the Institut del Teatre and was taught by Andreu Vallve, a student of Mestres Cabanes, Director of the Institute. Once finished with these courses, he attended the "natural" classes of the Cercle Artistic de Ant Lluc. At the same time, he continued taking painting classes from Ibiza painter Ferrer Guasch. He learned much from Guasch's lessons and gained an artistic outlook that would be useful in the rest of his career. He had also the luck to cross paths with a very technically qualified man, Joan Tobella Serra, who rigorously prepared him for the drawing discipline, then called "publicitario." In this way, Poch Romeu learned his craft from the bottom up, developing all the drawing techniques that applied to the graphic arts. Subsequently, he worked in depth on the technique of serigraphy, in which he achieved work of an extraordinary quality. He also acquired great knowledge in photomechanical reproduction. By age 18, he established himself as a graphic artist in his own right. In 1959 Romeu acted as artistic director of a successful graphic design firm. Among the most notable of the awards he received at this time was the First International Prize Euirokete de Sarrio. Following this intense professional path, Romeu began in 1975 to dedicate himself completely to his painting, developing the theme of Menorca in his work. This island had been his place of residence off and on since 1964 and where he continues to do the majority of his work. Romeu has been considered an integral artist who brings to life impressionistic and realistic memories through his art. His drawing ability reaches the peak of the great and gifted artists of our time. Through the measured technique, the application of luminous paint, the sure brushstroke and meticulous detail, Poch Romeu knows how to listen to the silence of the countryside, and especially that of the Island of Menorca, where he interprets the mystery of the light with a sensitivity and a palpable quality from the very first moment.
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Jardi Colonial
Fine-Art Print
28" x 34"
$45.99
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El Descanso de las Tres Barcas
Fine-Art Print
30" x 15"
$38.99
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Barcas al Atardecer
Fine-Art Print
45" x 38"
$83.99
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Barques al Port
Fine-Art Print
39" x 22"
$52.99
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Bougainvillea and Vine
Fine-Art Print
13" x 18"
$16.99
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Reflejos en el Estanque
Fine-Art Print
34" x 28"
$71.99
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Courtyard Blossoms
Fine-Art Print
13" x 18"
$16.99
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Porch Daylight
Fine-Art Print
13" x 18"
$16.99
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Bougainvillea & Palm Trees
Fine-Art Print
13" x 18"
$16.99
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Rincn del Puerto
Fine-Art Print
32" x 28"
$55.99
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Cala San Esteban
Fine-Art Print
32" x 27"
$45.99
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Menorca Home
Fine-Art Print
39" x 39"
$76.99
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