José Luis Medina (1909-2003) was a professor, painter and sculptor. Great portrait and landscape in painting and one of the best animalistic of twentieth-century sculpture.
He studied at the School of Arts and Crafts in Valladolid and School of Fine Arts of San Fernando, Madrid. Later he became a professor at the School of Modeling of Fine Arts in Madrid in 1964.
He has made numerous solo exhibitions, works in private collections and museums, and a monument to the "Bull" in Valladolid.
He has published several books of poetry, "The Soul of Landscape and" Wings on the road "and one story" Feathers in the air. "
Sculptures in Alameda, Castro and Quiñones de León
In Alameda we can see the stone sculptures of a hyena, a snail with child up, a goat with little kids and a swan with children.
Also located in the Alameda was a bear that was finally transferred to Castro Park. This sculpture is the highest quality and finish.
In the gardens of Quiñones de León can see a goose in a source also sculptor of this magnificent work..