In 1911 he participated in the Exhibition of Fine Arts of Seville, leading to a growing appreciation of his ability and technical expertise in executing portraits.
From the lower classes to the wealthy bourgeoisie of Seville and later Madrid, in his early years as a professional painter, ”Woman” is his main artistic subject, that he paints with true devotion and beauty.
Cosmopolitan. Oil on canvas. 155x165 cm. Academy of Fine Arts Collection
Dama Chic (Paris). 1929. Oil on Canvas. 115x200 cm Estévez Martín Collection.
Gala Federova. 1939. Oil on canvas. 88x115 cm. Private Collection Madrid.
The lady with the fan. Without date. Technique: Pastel, watercolor, gouache and pencil. 24x31 cm. Bauzà Martorell Collection.
Woman with green headscarf. Tempera and pastel on paper. 55x50 cm. Municipal Museum of El Puerto de Santa María.
Lady with rose. Oil on canvas. 78x57 cm. Academy of Fine Arts Collection.
Portrait. Oil on canvas. 78x57 cm. Academy of Fine Arts Collection.
Profile. 1934. Gouache on cardboard. 12x20 cm Private Collection Madrid.
Paris c'est une blonde. La Esfera.