Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench (1849 — 1916) was a Spanish painter, and one of the most prominent artists of Valencia from the end of the nineteenth century, working in the Impressionist style. Ignazio Pinazo worked with dark colors: black, brown and other earth-like shades, as well as in the scintillating palette typical of Impressionism. His work often shows rapid brush strokes. Part of his work can be seen in the Basilica de la asunción in the town of Cieza, and in the Valencia Museum of Fine Arts “San Pio V”. The greatest collection of this painter's work is to be seen in the Valencia Institute of Modern Art, with over one hundred paintings and six hundred drawings. The annual art exhibitions brought Pinazo silver medals in 1881 and 1885, and gold medals in 1887 and 1899. He also received a royal medal and in 1912 a street in Valencia was named after him.