The two artists have a complimentary style--not in the least "the same" but their paintings work well together in a room.
And personally I love paintings that use figures as abstractions. I love the real made slightly less real. Both of these artists achieve this in works that are aesthetically interesting and obviously have their own theories, their own worlds behind the work.
As an example, Florero con Flores, a still life, is a painting that might appeal to very different art lovers for very different reasons. The fan of the tradition still life--a la the old masters can appreciate it, a fan of impressionists might also have a warm spot in their heart for the piece and there is even a touch of the surreal there. And it is all so subtle. A wonderful work amidst other wonderful work.