Four Greek heads remind us of the role of classical sculpture in his training. Carmencita Playing (1959–60) and Lucio’s Balcony (1962–90) evoke the small town of Tomelloso in La Mancha and Madrid, the two places in which he has spent his life. The subject of both paintings is the roof terrace as an intermediary space between the home and the world, between intimacy and the horizon.
- Copy of Greek Head. A Lapith Youth, Temple of Zeus at Olympia, 2000. Plaster. 53 x 27 x 33 cm. Artist’s collection. © Antonio López. VEGAP. Madrid, 2011.
- Carmencita playing, 1959-1960. Oil on canvas. 106.5 x 149.5 cm. Private collection. © Antonio López. VEGAP. Madrid, 2011.
- Lucio's Balcony, 1962-1990. Oil on board. 172 x 207 cm. Private collection. © Antonio López. VEGAP. Madrid, 2011.