David Troncoso (b.1986) is a painter, draftsman, and woodworker from Long Island, NY, who’s artwork is heavily inspired by Renaissance and Medieval paintings and frames. Troncoso, first studied painting and music engineering at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago but soon left to study in NYC at the Grand Central Atelier, where he was awarded a full year scholarship for best cast drawing. There, he spent 5 years studying classical painting, drawing and sculpture under Jacob Collins, Joshua La Rock, Camie Davis, Scott Waddell and Tony Curanj. Troncoso continued his training as a copyist at The Metropolitan Museum of Art where he completed numerous life size replicas in oils.
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