Beginning in the early 1990s, Luís Cabral started his way back into art, first watercolor painting, then other media such as acrylic and oil. His style is primarily figurative, ranging from the realistic to the semi-abstract. His subjects are varied, ranging from seascapes to landscapes to cityscapes. A recent series of "vertical" acrylic paintings celebrates New York City's urban architecture.
Cabral's work has appeared in close to a dozen exhibits, collective and individual, on both sides of the Atlantic. Recent shows include a solo exhibit in October 2005 at Lisbon's Atelier de Artistas; a collective family exhibit in November 2006 at Lisbon's Water Museum (featuring more than twenty descendents of Roque Gameiro, spanning five generations of artists); a joint show with painter Karleen Loughran at New Haven's Wunderlee Arts gallery in May 2007; a joint show with Maria Madalena in Estorial in September / October 2011; and a solo show in Minde's Museu de Aguarela Roque Gameiro in December 2011.
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