INSPIRED by his trips to India, Luis Maraver is the newest artist exhibition at Palma’s Rialto Living store.
The 61-year-old Spanish painter has been travelling to India for almost 15 years, with each trip taking him on a new route through the old country.
He has taken inspiration from a number of visions and sights on his travels, such as the colourful outfits on the women in the poorest of neighbourhoods, or the large crowds mingling with cows as a normal traffic.
Maraver’s art, which was first showcased in Mallorca in 1983, can be seen in Palma Rialto Living store through July 3.
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