Antonio Moreno Museum
Born in Baeza, he is known as the “Painter of the Blues”.
He studied drawing at the Baeza School of Arts, being a self-taught painter since 1967. He has been a Drawing and Painting teacher at the School of Crafts in our city.
He has made 110 individual and 30 collective exhibitions. His work is widely distributed throughout the Spanish geography and in several countries.
SS.MM. The Kings of Spain currently own three of his works:
Poplars on the banks of the Guadalquivir, Fuente de Santa María (Baeza), Torre de San Andrés (Baeza).
His work exists in other official centers and private collections such as:
Painting in the Convent of the Trinitarians of Valdepeñas, Paintings in the S.I. Baeza Cathedral, Painting in the Convent of Santa Catalina de Baeza, and Painting in the Sanctuary of La Yedra (Baeza).
He has obtained numerous prizes and distinctions in different contests.
His works are cataloged in the book 20th Century Baeza Literature and in the book History of Baeza (pg.466).
Works by Antonio Moreno in the book: Life of the Venerable Father Tomás de la Virgen (pg. 97).
A portrait on the back cover by A. Moreno of the book “Vicameron” by the writer and cartoonist Pepe Vica.
In 1994 he was designated as one of the best painters of the 20th century, and his work appears in one of the Painters and Sculptors dictionaries.