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Sketch of three men
Group of sketched portraits by Jacobo Azagury
Jacobo Azagury was a Gibraltar born artist. In his younger years he studied in Madrid at the Real Academia San Fernando. Despite his academic training and love of the masters, he adopted a more expressionist style. Azagury was forever distressed by poverty and inequality, which he expressed by painting with a muted palette.
Los Olivdados. Oil on canvas. 1944. The Jewish Museum, Camden
In addition to Azagury’s oil paintings he made numerous ink sketches, mainly portraits. Hundreds of Azagury’s sketches were recently exhibited in the Gibraltar Garrison Library.
Sketch of a man at a table
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