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Manuel Sánchez was born in Bélmez, Córdoba, Spain. At The age of two, his parents brought him to the United States, where he has lived for practically his whole life. He now lives in Malaga, Spain.
His painting style is Realistic-Impressionism, particularly in oil. He enjoys painting wild animals, religious themes and portraits, but will paint any subject that captures his artistic senses. His devotion and inspiration for Spanish themes, such as Flamenco, Bullfighting and the wild Spanish bull make him a particular and interesting artist. He is a very hard worker and will never sign a painting until his heart and soul tell him it is finished. Like his dancing, his paintings are filled with love, fire, passion, feeling and improvisation.
He has been an artist and Flamenco dancer for over 40 years. His style of painting is emotional, vibrant, and at times, explosive. His love for the Arts have taken him halfway round the world, enjoying every minute of it. He began drawing, and painting at a very young age. He received a four year scholarship to attend the Arts High School in New Jersey, where his talents came in very handy, especially when there was no work as a dancer and he had to resort to his painting. He always had his painting skills but decided to make dancing his first priority, since a dancer's time is inevitably limited. As all dancers and athletes reach a certain age when it is perhaps best to gracefully retire, his painting saw him through the troubled times of many unpaid dancing contracts in foreign countries, and allowed him to survive, if not comfortably, then happily, doing that which he loved. Although he no longer dances, he is still drawn to and thoroughly enjoys all forms of the Arts. He now expresses his passion on canvas. As with the spirit of Flamenco, he is a person that loves to live life, with passion, emotion and love.