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Listed artist, David Gremard Romero a.k.a Felix d'Eon (Born 1975) signed pastel and pencil drawing under glass frame, limited edition No. 16 of 25. Featuring satyr figure playing flute amongst a romantic landscape and bordered by baroque imagery. Art measures 4.5" x 3" and frame measures 10" x 8". 

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David Gremard Romero was born in 1975.  He studied at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, California.

Romero has presented solo exhibitions in cities such as Monterrey, Milan, Singapore and San Francisco.

The central concern that unifies the work of Gremard Romero is a commitment to the practice of the old masters, particularly those of the Baroque and Rococo periods.

The perfection of his art, his exploration of the modes of narration and his explicit connection with history and politics have fascinated him and have been a source of inspiration for his work.

The incorporation of iconography and contemporary themes in a classical figurative representation; trying to unravel the hidden relationships and continuities between classical art and current culture.  The complex themes of race, sexuality, subjectivity and identity are intertwined in the baroque imagery of his paintings, sculptures, textiles and videos. 

The unifying themes behind his body of work are Mexican wrestling and the confluence of cultures that occurred during the conquest and migration in America, both in the ancient and modern era.