Beasain, Guipúzcoa, 1969
Landa paints natural themes, portrays the bustle of big cities or figures in the foreground, whether human or animal, dignifying them and making them question the viewer. All these pictorial motifs so characteristic of Landa are connected through the prominence that the artist gives to light. Light is the backbone of his work, in which he plays with an apparent hyper-realism, which is actually a sum of spots, colors and textures that backbone the figures he represents.
You can check his artistic biography here.