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Hispanic Art

Hispanic art is art that was created by artists from Spain. Although this category shares many of the same attributes as Mexican art, they aren't the same thing. Mexican art was influenced by Hispanic art, as were several other cultural art styles. Hispanic artists have contributed innumerable innovations to the art world, from classic representational art to modern artistic movements.

Some of the most influential historical figures in the art world have gotten their start in Spain. Traditional art, in particular, benefited from Hispanic influence and produced artists such as Velazquez, Goya, and El Greco. However, although these were all classical artists, the originality and skill that these artists displayed has been prized throughout the centuries and are still in high demand among collectors and art enthusiasts today.

Hispanic Artwork

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Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia), 1928
by Frida Kahlo
11" x 14"
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Market Day Woman
by Omar Escalante
12" x 18"
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Mexican Woman I
by Omar Escalante
12" x 18"
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Map with Flag Overlay Mexico
by Color Me Happy
10" x 8"
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Day of the Dead 1
by Jeff Maraska
25" x 19"
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Sugar Sugar
by Marcus Prime
12" x 16"
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Habanas Quality Cigars
by Steve Forney
18" x 28"
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Flower Festival: Feast of Santa Anita, 1931
by Diego Rivera
11" x 14"
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L'Amazone les Antilles
by Fuss
18" x 24"
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Calaveras IV
by Victoria Barnes
16" x 16"
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Calaveras III
by Victoria Barnes
16" x 16"
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Map with Flag Overlay Brazil
by Color Me Happy
10" x 8"
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Day of the Dead
by ND Art & Design
12" x 18"
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Latino Jazz
by Gary Kelley
18" x 18"
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Southwest Adobe
by Nathan Larson
18" x 12"
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Mexican Woman II
by Omar Escalante
12" x 18"
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Dia de Los Muertos I
by Omar Escalante
12" x 16"
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Dia de Los Muertos II
by Omar Escalante
12" x 16"
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El Castillo Chichen Itza Yucatan Mexico
by Panoramic Images
34" x 11"
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Frida v2
by Jeanette Vertentes
12" x 14"
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Queen Pinata
by Jodi Augustine
12" x 16"
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Market Boro I
by Chariklia Zarris
16" x 20"
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Frida Floral I
by Regina Moore
12" x 16"
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Waves on the beach, Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
by Panoramic Images
36" x 16"
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Map with Flag Overlay Jamaica
by Color Me Happy
10" x 8"
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Cocktail Hour I
by Pela Studio
16" x 20"
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Cinco de Mayo I
by Victoria Borges
12" x 12"
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Homage to Frida IV
by Farida Zaman
12" x 15"
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Homage to Frida III
by Farida Zaman
12" x 15"
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Rosita (Si Se Puede!)
by Robert Valadez
12" x 16"
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Muerta Bride
by Nicholas Ivins
12" x 15"
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Muerto
by Nicholas Ivins
12" x 15"
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Sedona Town
by Sara Henry
17" x 23"
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Ruins Of An Old Temple, Tikal, Guatemala
by Panoramic Images
27" x 9"
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Flamenco Dancer II
by Caroline Gold
8" x 10"
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Modern art also received a large dose of Hispanic influence in the form of Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. Picasso was one of the co-founders of the modernist movement of cubism and his works are highly prized throughout the world. Dali also contributed to the development of modern art as it's known today, with his surreal paintings of strange landscapes and fantastical creatures.

For many people however, the lure of Hispanic art isn't in its proud history, but in its unique culture. Art depicting dancers performing the salsa, lambada, and tango are highly popular for adding energy and sensuality to home decor. Likewise, artworks depicting other typically Hispanic traditions such as bullfighting are in high demand among decorators. For many American audiences, the sense of energy and excitement revealed through Hispanic art is appealing and drastically different from their own artistic heritage.

However, that's not to say that the famous artists developed by this nation aren't popular in today's art markets. Salvador Dali is still one of the most widely known and respected artists in the world, along with Picasso. Although many find the traditional artists such as Velazquez or El Greco too dated for decorative purposes, these works are still examples of historic styles that will influence future art generations.
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