Jose Mosquera's work can be linked to past artists such as Claudio de Lorena, William Turner, Arnold Brocklin or James Abbot Whistler and also with more contemporary artists such as the photographer Alfred Stieglitz or the abstract painter Mark Rothko. The compositions of Mosquera belong to the sphere of the sublime and to the art of the symbolic expression of an extreme and subjective sensitivity inherited from the romantic opposition of the self and the other before both pristine Nature and the world transformed by man. His work is related to the poetic sense of the Germanic Sturm und Drang (literally, storm and stress) and to the renewed dramatic feeling of the reality of contemporary philosophy. Mosquera is both a born artist and a visionary painter.
The Hunt, oil on canvas, 30x40
Invierno II, oil on canvas, 40x50
The River, oil on canvas, 40x55
Figures in the River, oil on canvas, 40x55
The White Mountain, oil on canvas, 51x38
The Red Mountain, oil on canvas, 51x38