Carlos García Román, to paint the sea
The sea has been an inspiration motive during the whole art history, although it is true that the constitution and independence of the genre of painting of marinas was quite progressive. Tied to the scenery and relegated to backdrop of other main topics its representation constituted the stage of numerous historical topics, of genre or portraits.
The paintings of Carlos García Román do without any additional element that they distract the look; he paints the sea in its extract across its most representative characteristics. The water, the froth, the swell, the horizon and the ground are elements more than sufficient to structure a few hyperrealistic compositions.
Its impeccable invoice, by means of oil, allows him to represent the varied effects of light, colour and transparency of the sea. A skill, fruit of the good one to do, that makes possible even to perceive the physical qualities of this one and to evoke with only an image the noise of the waves, the cool of the water and the smell of salt, an enjoyment for the senses