Artist Julio Larranz was born in Cuba, moving to the U.S. in 1961. His artistic career began by creating political caricatures. By 1971, Mr. Larranz held his first solo exhibition in Washington, D.C., at the Pyramid Gallery.
Known for his oils (on both canvas and paper), often his subjects convey a tropical feel. Many are very bold in color and often involve solid colors. Mr. Larraz has collections in several museums, including collections in Mexico, Italy, Paris, New York City , Washington D.C. and Florida. He continues to be a strong contemporary influence on contemporary and modern art.
Argentina Afternoon 2 (shown above) was painted with a great Altbier from Occidental Brewing Co. in Portland, Oregon. Argentina Afternoon 2 is available for purchase on light weight aluminum (as are many other of our BeerColors™ images) by going to our Shop Our Art menu, clicking on the Funky Art on Metal drop down portion then clicking on the Argentina Afternoon 2 image and following the prompts through checkout.