There seems to be a humility to his gaze
which ultimately separates his work
from the vast majority of contemporary realist art.
(done when the artist was 13 years old)
Antonio López Torres, the uncle of Antonio López García, was a renowned painter. More on him and his work can be found at this site.
View of Madrid from the Vallecas Fire Tower, 1997-2006, oil on canvas, 98" x 160".
The best resource
on Antonio López García is the (out-of-print) Rizzoli
Ediciones Poligrafa has published a volume titled "Antonio Lopez" as part of a series on 20th century artists.
In conjunction with a major exhibition of his workThe Museum of Fine Arts, Boston published
An excellent article on Antonio López García can be found in the October, 1993 issue of Art in America.
There is a good introductory
article by Jason Edward Kaufman on-line:
Their section on Antonio López García has the largest collection of scans that I've found on the web.
(Click on the thumbs, then click on the image that opens from that to get an even larger one.)
Antonio López García is represented by Marlborough Gallery, Madrid & New York.