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(France, 1962) José Antonio Zaragoza Tobaruela; trained at the Fine Arts School the City Council of Paris (Drawing Section), parallel to his apprenticeship in the studio of Igor Bitman. He also studied at the Superior National Fine Art School of Paris and was a member of the Artistic Section of the Casa Velázquez between 1998 and 2000. In the awards section, he received the Edouard Marcel Sandoz, from the Taylor Foundation and the André et Berthe Noufflard Award. He exhibited a version of Victor Hugo’s “Les Misérables” at the Provincial Museum of Jaén. He founded a painting academy in Parla, Madrid, with an education that supports the personal development of vulnerable children and adolescents through art. “Humanity is composed of two small minorities: those of the ferocious brutes, the traitors and the sadists on the one hand; on the other, those of brave men with selfless interests that use their power, if the have any, for good deeds. Between these two extremes, the majority of us is composed of normal people, inoffensive for the most part, but revealing their danger in moments of crisis.”
(France, 1962) José Antonio Zaragoza Tobaruela; trained at the Fine Arts School the City Council of Paris (Drawing Section), parallel to his apprenticeship in the studio of Igor Bitman. He also studied at the Superior National Fine Art School of Paris and was a member of the Artistic Section of the Casa Velázquez between 1998 and 2000. In the awards section, he received the Edouard Marcel Sandoz, from the Taylor Foundation and the André et Berthe Noufflard Award. He exhibited a version of Victor Hugo’s “Les Misérables” at the Provincial Museum of Jaén. He founded a painting academy in Parla, Madrid, with an education that supports the personal development of vulnerable children and adolescents through art. “Humanity is composed of two small minorities: those of the ferocious brutes, the traitors and the sadists on the one hand; on the other, those of brave men with selfless interests that use their power, if the have any, for good deeds. Between these two extremes, the majority of us is composed of normal people, inoffensive for the most part, but revealing their danger in moments of crisis.”

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(France, 1962) José Antonio Zaragoza Tobaruela; trained at the Fine Arts School the City Council of Paris (Drawing Section), parallel to his apprenticeship in the studio of Igor Bitman. He also studied at the Superior National Fine Art School of Paris and was a member of the Artistic Section of the Casa Velázquez between 1998 and 2000. In the awards section, he received the Edouard Marcel Sandoz, from the Taylor Foundation and the André et Berthe Noufflard Award. He exhibited a version of Victor Hugo’s “Les Misérables” at the Provincial Museum of Jaén. He founded a painting academy in Parla, Madrid, with an education that supports the personal development of vulnerable children and adolescents through art. “Humanity is composed of two small minorities: those of the ferocious brutes, the traitors and the sadists on the one hand; on the other, those of brave men with selfless interests that use their power, if the have any, for good deeds. Between these two extremes, the majority of us is composed of normal people, inoffensive for the most part, but revealing their danger in moments of crisis.”
(France, 1962) José Antonio Zaragoza Tobaruela; trained at the Fine Arts School the City Council of Paris (Drawing Section), parallel to his apprenticeship in the studio of Igor Bitman. He also studied at the Superior National Fine Art School of Paris and was a member of the Artistic Section of the Casa Velázquez between 1998 and 2000. In the awards section, he received the Edouard Marcel Sandoz, from the Taylor Foundation and the André et Berthe Noufflard Award. He exhibited a version of Victor Hugo’s “Les Misérables” at the Provincial Museum of Jaén. He founded a painting academy in Parla, Madrid, with an education that supports the personal development of vulnerable children and adolescents through art. “Humanity is composed of two small minorities: those of the ferocious brutes, the traitors and the sadists on the one hand; on the other, those of brave men with selfless interests that use their power, if the have any, for good deeds. Between these two extremes, the majority of us is composed of normal people, inoffensive for the most part, but revealing their danger in moments of crisis.”