Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso
von Hohenlohe s/n, 29602
Marbella, Málaga - Spain
(+34) 952 76 45 95
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Romero Britto Art
available now in Marbella, Málaga on the Costa del Sol

Romero was born in Brazil in 1963 into a family of 8 brothers and sisters. Life was fairly hard at that time and it was a struggle to succeed in such an economic climate. He did very well academically and his artistic talent and amazing creativity soon brought him recognition in Brazil. In 1983 he was fortunate to be able to travel to Paris where he soaked up the talent of Picasso and Henri Matisse.

However, America was calling him and he dived into the Pop Art Culture which allowed him to display his aptitude for innovative design and love of colour.

His first studio was in Miami and in 1988 he was chosen to take part in the Absolut Vodka’s Absolut Art Campaign alongside Andy Warhol. His combination of pop art and cubism brought him warm recognition and he quickly became one of the most ‘talked about’ artistic talents of the era. He has since been involved with many famous companies such as Audi, Coca Cola, Disney, Evian to name a few and he has also been accredited with the biggest statue in London’s Hyde Park.

Since becoming a prestigious name and highly desirable artist, Romero has been able to donate his talent to many charities, in excess of 250, thus bringing them much needed publicity as well as becoming a benefactor to a number of charities.

He is a firm believer in both his art and in his ability to bring art to the population around the world. Come to our Sekretza showroom in Marbella and see some of Romero’s art and sculptures for yourself. They are incredibly colourful, eminently collectable, funky and fun. They represent modern art at its best.

Some pictures of Romero Britto

<i>Sculptor</i><span>Romero Britto</span>
<i>Sculptor</i><span>Romero Britto</span>
<i>Sculptor</i><span>Romero Britto</span>