This Cuban professor of painting and drawing, born in 1931, has a strong personality as a colorist. His deep, sensitive oils and pastels have struck me in the way he’s handled colors as if they were a musical palette in acatchy rhythm that spreads like a symphony, arising out works that vary in style, some figurative, others strippedto abstraction. I want to say about him, evoking Braque’s expression, that “The Art and man are one.”
Jean-Pierre Laurens (Les cahiers de la peinture)