Eugenio Lucas Velázquez
(Madrid, 1817 - 1870)
Mountainous landscape with river
Indian ink watercolour with brush on paper
220 × 152 mm
In his “stains”, Lucas explores the possibilities of abstraction according to Alexander Cozens’s A New Method of Assiting the Invention in Drawing Original Compositions of Lanscape (1785). The stain produced by chance is transformed into a landscape, according to the artist’s own imagination and imagination, and the results are always fascinating.