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Acrylic on canvas

65 x 82 cm (25.59 x 32.28cm)



Ana Lida Diaz was born in Panama in 1968. Since she was a child, she loved to draw and paint. She received her first painting lessons from her architect and watercolorist father. Later, she took four years of classes with two renowned Panamanian artists, using different techniques. Over the years, acrylic became her preferred medium. Her career began in 1982 and has led her to participate in multiple collective and solo exhibitions in Panama and abroad.


The variety of adjectives that can be used to tell the stories of her body of work is as diverse as the techniques she masters and the topics she has explored, ranging from the timeless charcoal, elegant pastel, and elusive watercolor to modern acrylic and classic oil; techniques with which she has portrayed the human figure, serene landscapes, the ancient facades of the Old Quarter overflowing with bougainvillea, and objects that play with volumes, reflections, and movement with absolute skill.


Since 2009, her work has been evolving. It stands out for the combination of the subtle simplicity of a sober composition with the abundant attention to realistic detail that is no longer common but which the artist rescues through the intelligent use of color, light, and shadows.


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