Artist Name : Pablo MejiasCV



Oil on paper

72 x 45 cm | 28.3 x 17.7 in.

USD 1,000

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Pablo Mejias’ oeuvre centres on themes of death, eroticism, and metaphysics, often exploring the human condition. Mejias depicts hellscapes, a glimpse into human desire and fears, which invite viewers to confront the ineffable and the complexities of existence.

Mejias predominately works with oil paint on canvas, but he occasionally produces oil on paper artworks, such as this crapula painting (this title means ‘crapulence’ in English). His work always resonates with dark and unsettling themes, where the grotesque and the fantastic intertwine. Inspired by personal trauma, particularly the loss of his brother at a young age, Mejias delves into the human psyche, depicting turmoil and existential angst.

This crapula painting features a bold orange backdrop against which a surreal figure emerges with a head elongated as if adorned with horns. Its visage painted in eerie blue and white tones, evoking a sense of otherworldly presence that mirrors the title’s suggestion of excess or indulgence.

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Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 50 × 15 × 15 cm

USD 1,000 – 2,000


Black, Blue, Brown, Grey, Indigo, Orange