Guillermo Gil, 38 x 46, oil on canvas. Representation of a village of the Serra de Tramuntana, from bright and saturated colors that remind us of Fauvist tones. The brushstroke, with excess material, is quick to represent plants, while it is more thoughtful when it comes to houses and architectural details.
The villages of the Serra de Tramuntana have been very represented by Guillermo Gil throughout his career. In this case, we can see the houses in first and second instance, with windows and porches, accompanied by palm trees and cypresses, two types of trees that can be found in various towns on the island. In this work, Gil gives him a more avant-garde visual interpretation, based on vivid and saturated colors reminiscent of Fauvist tones, and at the same time a quick brushstroke with large masses of material. It should be noted that Gil's work does not follow a single line with a linear evolution, but the artist experiments with different styles at each stage of his life. The work presents a classic frame with silver tones, and is in perfect condition.