Dec 042009

The Zihrena Gallery is a virtual gallery of Mexican art and cultural influence.

The gallery has had presence on-line since 1999 and features a number of artists from Mexico as well as as other parts of the world whose works reflect a special relationship with this country and its colorful and expressive culture.

Footbridge 1999

Footbridge 1999, by Peter Schworer

Amongst our artists are featured Miguel Angel Guerrero Garro, Katalina Guerrero, Graciela, Salvador Gonzalez, and Lauri Copeman.

We also honor the memories and fine works of Peter Schworer, accomplished surf and beach artist; Arq. Arturo Macias, master sculptor and promoter of the folklore and art of Michoacan, Mexico; and Kirsti Alopaeus, expressive and vibrant depicter of the spirit of women and the tropics.

We hope you enjoy wandering through these pages and spaces, and we welcome any feedback and comments.


 Posted by at 1:24 pm
Jan 232015

Art show: Fantasías y Realidades | Fantasies and Realities

Local Zihuatanejo, Mexico, artists Tamara, Graciela, and Enzo are joining forces in a collective exhibit of their paintings in acrylics and oils on Thursday, February 5, 2015, at the Zihuatanejo archaeological museum, Museo Arqueológico de la Costa Grande, Paseo del Pescador, Colonia Centro, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Mexico. Opening at 18:00 (6:00 p.m.).

Art Show Zihuatanejo

Oct 062014
José Ignacio Wert, Spain’s minister of education, culture, and sport, assured Spanish television viewers that four major works of art that had been sent to the Prado museum in Madrid for safekeeping during the Spanish Civil War will remain where they are and not be returned to the Royal Collections. The works in question include Hieronymus Bosch’s fabulous triptych of The Garden of Earthly Delights and Tintoretto’s The Foot Washing.

Prado will keep its Bosch and Tintoretto

Spain’s culture minister dispels concerns that Old Masters
would move to Madrid’s Royal Collections

Source: Prado will keep its Bosch and Tintoretto. Published online: 03 October 2014

Tintoretto’s The Foot Washing will
remain in the Prado


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