Chilean hyper-realist painter Claudio Bravo (1936-2011) drew inspiration from many different types of artwork. He admired many Renaissance and Baroque artists, as well as Surrealist painters such as Salvador Dalí. One of Claudio's pieces entitled "Adam (George) and Eve (Maribel)" is a modern, realistic, and subtly sexy representation of these frequently depicted biblical characters. Claudio's subjects vary greatly, perhaps giving us some insight into his personal life. When looking at his collection of works, Claudio appears to be quite the Renaissance man, himself.