Born in Barcelona in 1953, Ramon Moscardó studied alongside his twin brother, Josep, at the Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes San Jordi, and at the Llotja de Artes y Oficios in Barcelona, , with whom he has exhibited regularly since 1978 at the Sala Parés (Barcelona) and at the D. J. Lester Fine Arts Gallery (Los Angeles).
In 1971 he received the First Prize for the Young Painters contest celebrated by the Sala Parés, and between 1972 and 1975 he received several prices from El Correo Catalan.
Ramon Moscardó is for 35 years a painter of the team of Sala Pares and a collector of continuous success. The painter is described as a painter of « villages and people, » and this certainly defines him, because both his visions or urban landscape, as in his descriptions of various domestic environments, Ramon displayes to maximum capacity his intuitition and his keen sense to catch the environment, whatever. Self-demanding he delivers himself with passion to each work and he finds very difficult to discover where is the limit of finishing it. The recognition of his painting is becoming more extensive, both in his country and in his frequent incursions abroad.
La muestra de este año tiene como protagonistas los paisajes de Barcelona, Cadaqués, Venecia o Praga, aunque también se pueden encontrar excelentes interiores de tiendas, bares y otros rincones de su vida cotidiana.
En Barcelona – Sala Parés – hay una exposicion de sus ultimas obras, del 22 de Octobre hasta el 17 de Novembre 2009….
Se disfrutan mas, las obras de Grande Artistas como Ramon, con un vaso de S’Alqueria !!