Jaime Murteira born in 1910. Was a late follower of the Portuguese naturalist movement. In 1942, he attended the Painting course from the National Society of Fine Arts and became a disciple of Frederico Aires and Antonio Saúde. In 1954, his work won the first medal from the National Society of Fine Arts, and later the prize Silva Porto. His main works, which highlight the landscape of autumnal melancholy of Ribatejo, the "spots" spatulate the Algarve coast and the rough streets of villages from Minho, are present in the collection of the Museum José Malhoa, Caldas da Rainha (Portugal), reference acquis of Portuguese naturalism.