As lover of books,i can say I would no doubt to fillthe walls of my housewith the paintings of books of VidalTosas; but that would not be guided only by my passion for writing- because they also inspired me their pictures of water, land, or people - but I connect deeply with his feeling, with which it transmit his painting, which is the need to communicate, the essential thing it is understood in each book, gout, footprint or person, and that goes further from what we can see in a delicate and firm line. The painting by Vidal Tosas draws the word and embodies it.

Laia de Ahumada Dra. in Philology and Writer 

Once again, Vidal Tosas comes back to Madrid with her latest Works and a surprising evolution of her material part and the compositive one. She knows when to leave something without insistint anymore and how to give us au estètic emotion. She is master in the rightness,in the precise point. She composes in an elegant manner; givint priority to the technical part when facing the work tòpic and to the problems caused by the technique itself. She is like the most demanding observar, each painting is treated in his maximun level and emotion.

Galeria Züccaro de Madrid Mario Nicolas

Vidal Tosas show us a brilliant combination of drawins, color and mild lightins effects. Her drawings are full of delicate deteils without be to preciosity.The color is controled but very enhanced play ofshadows whit a wide palette of nuances. Virtues and knowledge are put at the service of the tòpic, which is essentially urban and at the same time intimist. She knows how to catch people’s spirit and their thematic amplitude, which are presented in a well-developed work.

Galeria Benedito de Málaga Mario Nicolas

We have always considered politically committed artists as the ones who deal with social matters. However there is also another kind of committed artist who is not so interested in the topic, but in the way of expressing it. This last type would be the case of Vidal Tosas who has found in oil painting and in the spaces of light the way to start an investigation which moves between abstract and figurative.. In her formal search, Vidal Tosas began with the Academics. When she saw the still lifes of Morandi, she discovered that new communicative means based on simplicity and in a language which appealed to the most ancestral and primitive feelings were possible. A language which surprisingly was absolutely contemporary and distilled to its purist intimism. Vidal Tosas claims the still life as a starting point to initiate a series of investigations in which the human figure and landscapes take part. Vidal Tosas is an artist with a great career who continues to look at details, textures and light of every stone she finds on her artistic path.

Galería Punt d'Art (Girona 2006) Mireia Guillaumes. Crítica de arte Revista Bonart

The paintings dreamed by Mº Rosa Vidal Tosas The young artist Maria Rosa Vidal Tosas, who has a brilliant exhibition career, belongs wholly to the group of artists that don’t need to attract attention. For her creations she doesn’t need to inspire herself in nature, in that pink-blue hour, nor walk into shantytowns of large cities to reflect the local customs because she realises all her work in her studio. In all her work, although she might use figurative images as a counterpoint, the major focus and protagonism is her still lifes, which are noble and poetic, and in which she expresses the simple things of her everyday environment. There’s mastery in all her paintings but especially there’s the power of attraction of her loving creations… "And she always ends up finding love in what was done with love”.

Galería Züccaro (Madrid 1996) Antonio Cobos Soto (Decano de La Critica de Arte Española)

... The singularity of this artist is the special force that she manages to extract from her topics removing all the superfluous things from the physical objects. The controlled execution of her palette and her particular vision of reality reach an uncommon level of delicateness without losing attractive evocations of light.

Galería Porticus (Málaga 1996) Diario "El Sur”