A painter and portrait artist, in 1969 he entered the Arts and Crafts School of Alicante and exhibited for the first time in 1977 in Palma at the Fine Art Circle.
Based both in Mallorca and Seville, he is quite well-known for his colourist style and portraits of famous people. In 1996 he was commissioned by Palma City Council to produce a portrait of King Juan Carlos I.
In 1979 he founded a painting and drawing school in Palma called the “Estudio de Arte”, while he continued to exhibit both collectively and individually in Mallorca, Madrid, Seville, Valencia, Germany, New York, El Salvador, etc. His work has been exhibited in different private and public collections throughout the world thanks to his great technical skills and academic rigour. In 2002, the MUBAG (Museo de Bellas Artes Gravina) dedicated a retrospective to him, where the different stages in the painter’s work could be observed: hyper-realist, surrealist, figurative through different techniques: oil, watercolours and drawing. In 2000 he opened the doors to his own art gallery “Pascual de Cabo”. In 2005 he exhibited at the Fran Reus gallery and, in 2006, at the Mar Gaita gallery in Palma, where a significant change could be seen in his work towards purely abstract painting via the use of acrylics on paper and fabric and drawings on paper, painted by way of sketches.