Artists Reviews

Press Coverage

“José Luis Lázaro Ferré stands out among Catalans for the number and quality of his works”
October 01, 1971
EL IDEAL, GRANADA

“José Luis Lázaro Ferré exhibits two extraordinary drawings and some landscapes where the theme is only a pretext or support for the rhythmic play of the brushstrokes,  with a predomination of reds and mauves which take on a radically musical tessitura”

September 5, 1972

EL ADELANTADO, SEGOVIA

“Lázaro Ferré paints with almost pure or totally pure colour, in loose, but well conjugated brushstrokes, without irritating fading-out, allowing them to vibrate with a subtle, almost breathable air...

...he has a certain propensity for ”fauve” chromatism which is  compensated by the feeling of the light...”

July 28, 1975 

MUNDO DIARIO

Francesc Gali

“.....A peaceful vision which discovers and reveals reality rather than repeating, inventing and counting, from a contained and quite explicit impressionism. Lázaro Ferré, is an artist for whom we predict a happy future, judging by a close look at his current work”

November 14, 1975
SUR
J. Mayorga

Lázaro Ferré, is a highly sensitive artist who shows his training, professionalism and creative ability with great simplicity. Unquestionably, a good exhibition”

February 04, 1976
NUEVA RIOJA 
Roberto Iglesias

Lázaro Ferré works from a realism as crude as life itself and enhances it on the massive filling of colour, making it simple, pleasant, almost poetic, without needing to fall back on tradgedy. Sensitivity here has its greatest transcendency, because the light has no prescribed path or defined time. Lázaro Ferré is a born artist.”

 March 29, 1977
EL NOTICIERO UNIVERSAL 
Rafael Santos Torroella

“His vision of the 'Sagrada Familia' is an example of his mastery, sidestepping the architectural theme and turning the Gaudian facade into a purely pictorial question.”

March 30, 1977
SOLIDARIDAD NACIONAL

“With his vibrant pallet and fleeting vision, the painter constructs his landscapes, his still lives, his figure themes. But this passionate vehemence, almost a "fauve" resonance or a light expressionism, is contained by the ordering and balancing tendency which marks the constant effect of the work of Lázaro Ferré.”

April 02, 1977
EL CORREO CATALÁN

“Talent and sensitivity in the approach of the paintings, with excellent qualities and textures. Works which will be enjoyed.

March 25, 1987
DIARIO DE TARRAGONA 
Vicente J. Amiguet