Gabriel Grun, “Jupiter”, 2006
Born in 1978 in Buenos Aires, Gabriel Grun is an Argentinian obscure figurative painter based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His renaissance baroque-styled approach explores the realms of sexuality, fantasy, and nature in an originative way. Grun’s paintings and drawings recall those of the Renaissance and Baroque masters he emulates in his work: Rembrandt, Durer, Memling, Van Eyck, Caravaggio, Holbein, and Ribera.
After beginning his career in Argentina,Grun is now settled in Spain and his works are scattered all around the globe, having aroused the interest of a diversified group of collectors.