"The bullfighter is the person whose job is to fight, that is, to fight a bullfight in a bullring, this being the name given to the set of bulls that fight in the bullring. The bullfighter It also receives the name of matador de toros, right-handed or sword, in other periods of time it received the name of "atoreador" - formerly used in Andalusia - or "toreador". Toreador referred to anyone who, on foot or on horseback, entered to the plaza to deal with bulls. However, until its 1869 edition, the DRAE states that the toreador was "the one who fights bulls on horseback, as distinguished from the bullfighter" and from the 1884 edition, simply "the one who fights"
CANVAS COMES WITH INTERNAL STRETCHED WOODEN SUBFRAME.
READY TO HANGING.
SIGNED AND DATED ON BOTH SIDES OF THE PAINTING BY JAVIER MONTESOL.
ARTWORK FOR COLLECTORS AND ART CONNOISSEURS.
INCLUDED CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY (COA).
Javier Montesol, born in 1952, around 52 years of experience in fine art. Spanish painter from Barcelona.