has any one heard of Waldo Saavedra? i have a painting signed by him named "Regina" that was done back in 2006 in los ....., jalisco, mexico tried to find some stuff about him but what i found out was that he is cuban and everything been written in spanish about him. i found a web page and plan on trying to contact him to see the story about the painting. i recieved it from my uncle whom worked for a person that is rich beyond belief, the story is that it was purchased from the artist for $14000 u.s. wondering if there were any truth to it. also wanted to know who was the painting about. i will try to attach photo later.
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I have never heard of him but it is a beautiful painting. If you found a web page I would try to contact him. Let us know what you find out it would be interesting....
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I guess there is just one mistake about the year, it was made probably in 2004, do have any other concern?...
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ReyReyna: At least in Spain your painting should be worth A LOT! It was painted in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México by hiperrealist cuban artist Waldo Saavedra. What he is most famous for is for painting a nude portrait of now princess Letizia of Spain, who married prince Felipe. During her younger years she lived here in Guadalajara and was a close friend to the artist. I don't think either one of them imagined she would be in the royal family in the future. So hold on to your painting!
Linda R Topete