Josep María de Sucre, a painter almost forgotten by history, did not make his first exhibition until he was 42 years old. De Sucre was a criminologist and later a painter and art critic. He lived modestly until his last days, sustaining himself just by the income from the sales of hundreds of small wax portraits of blurred characters.

Posted on 19/11/2018


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