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Oil on canvas

130 x 100 cm (11.81 x 39.37 inch.)



After reading an article where a woman goes into battle to free the men of a city, I decided to paint about those women. Brave women who have been invisible for many decades. We are the
children of these incredible women, so I connect the paintings by painting women from the past with current elements (tattoos, reflections of lights...). Their fabrics carry press news of current entrepreneurial women.


Adela Beltran Sancho is a talented artist and graphic designer trained in Barcelona. Born in Alcanar in 1973, she has honed her skills and developed a unique artistic style that reflects her Catalan roots. Her work blends traditional art techniques and contemporary design elements, creating visually striking and thought-provoking pieces.


She studied different artistic techniques and the methodology of the classical tradition, using points of view from other countries and academies from the XIX century to represent timeless women.


Her technique is marked by her language and an alphabet of symbols. Using oil, acrylic, wax, paper, and rabbit glue… with different supports such as wood, linen, cotton, or printed materials helps interpret the information the artist wants to express.


Through all physical material, she interprets her thoughts of making thousands of unknown women seen and heard from our past, who have been strong, brave, and empowered. Women who are genetically part of today.


She continuously uses elements transferred from the past to the present, giving women the current importance they did not have in their time. The “Women of the 1700s” series represents all people who feel like women. Adela has held individual and group exhibitions in public spaces and works in private collections and foundations.


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