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Brazilian, 20th century, male.

Born 1914; died 1972.

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Oswald de Andrade was probably the son of the writer and art theorist, Mario de Andrade. His art, which reveals Surrealist lyricism and folkloric fantasy, has been likened to that of Chagall.

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Ruth Rosengarten

Portuguese painter, graphic artist, critic and art administrator . In 1947 he was a founder-member of the Grupo Surrealista de Lisboa, with which he exhibited in 1949. By 1952 he was one of the few remaining members of the original group still involved in Surrealism. That year he held a large exhibition with two other artists, showing ...

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Rigmor Lovring

Danish painter and writer. He was the son of the art historian and museum director Carl V. Petersen (1868–1938), who introduced him to the visual arts at an early age. His extensive knowledge of art history had a considerable influence on the development of his paintings and artistic theories. He had private painting lessons before beginning studies at the Kunstakademi in Oslo in ...

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Mona Hadler

American painter of German birth. His father was the prominent Surrealist artist Max(imilian) Ernst and his mother was the art historian and journalist Louise [Lou] Straus-Ernst. In 1935 he was apprenticed as a typographer in the printing firm of J. J. Augustin in Glückstadt where he set type for anthropological studies. The company worked to attain a visa for Ernst, whose mother was Jewish, and he departed Germany one week before Kristallnacht in ...

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Juan Pérez de Ayala

Spanish painter, poet, critic and art historian. He studied history of art at the university of Madrid and worked as a medievalist at the Centro de Estudios Históricos (1910–16). He was an archivist at the Instituto Jovellanos in Gijón (1921–2) and head of archives at the Palacio Real (...

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Canadian First Nations (Cowichan Salish), 20th–21st century, male.

Born 1957, in Kamloops (British Columbia).

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Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun graduated from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver (1983) with a BA in painting. As a First Nations artist, Yuxweluptun marries Euro-Canadian painting styles with indigenous socio-cultural concepts to re-present indigenous values. The National Gallery of Canada and the Vancouver Art Gallery hold significant permanent collections of his works, and he has exhibited broadly, from the Smithsonian’s National Gallery of the American Indian to the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, where he was awarded a fellowship in Native American Fine Art in ...