Enrique Pupo-Walker

Enrique Pupo-Walker was born in Cuba. He is Centennial Professor of Spanish and Portuguese (Emeritus) at Vanderbilt University and has been a member of Vanderbilt’s senior faculty since 1980. His formative experience in painting took place mainly in Spain and the United States. However, he is largely self-taught.
More than two hundred of his paintings and drawings are represented in private collections in the United States, Spain, England, Scotland and Latin America. His work compromises a wide range of subject matter and techniques. Nearly all media is used in his paintings including oils, watercolours, acrylics, gouache and charcoal, amongst others. Mr Pupo-Walker has won awards in watercolours and mixed media. His paintings have been shown in one-man shows at Rice University (Houston), the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), the University Club at Vanderbilt University (Nashville) and in several galleries in Madrid. He is a member of the American Society of Marine Painters. In Nashville, his work is displayed exclusively at Bennett Galleries.

"Irish Farm"

oil on board

20" x 16"

"Memories of An Italian Kitchen"

oil on board

18" x 14"

"An Irish Farm"

oil on canvas

27" x 17"

"Winter of 1989 Percy Warner Park"

oil on canvas

20" x 24"

Bennett Gallery

2104 Crestmoor Rd

Nashville TN 37215