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Martin Llamedo, 1980 | Figurative painter

Martin Llamedo was born in Argentina, where he currently lives and paints. At a young age he studied ceramic and sculpture with Hector Alves.
During his time at the university he was taught by Domingo Florio, Carlos Carmona, Alfredo Portillos, Julio Flores, Salvador Constanzo, and art theory by Castillo, Magaz, Dragosky and Laurenzi.

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Leonor Fini (1907-1996) | Surrealist painter

Léonor Fini, original name Eleonora Fini (born August 30, 1907, Buenos Aires, Argentina-died January 18, 1996, Paris, France), Argentine🎨-born Surrealist artist🎨 known for her Gothic paintings that explore female identity.
The use of symbolic, mythological imagery, in particular that of a sphinx (a creature with a lion’s body and a human head), became the trademark of her work.
Fini’s parents separated when she was a baby, and she was raised by her mother in Trieste, Italy. As a child, she was fascinated by death and decay and visited the Trieste morgue to make anatomy sketches of the cadavers.

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Argentine Artists | Sitemap

List of Argentine Artists and artistic movements definition

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Diego Dayer, 1978 | Figurative painter 🎼

Argentine painter🎨 Diego Dayer was born in Rafaela, Provincia de Santa Fé.
He began his art in Marcela Grosso´s workshop, plastic artist in his natal City. Afterwards he began to study painting in the “Escuela de Arte de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba”. He has participated in numerous group shows in Cordoba, Rafaela y Capital Federal, in Argentina. In 2002, he made his solo debut in “Cerrito Gallery” Cordoba.
The work of this talented and young artist has a promising future. His creations, figures with different levels of reality, reflect the mystery and experiences from his own past. The mastery and clarity of his painting seldom is seen in such a young artist.

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Vito Campanella | Surrealist / Metaphysics painter

Vito Campanella (1932-2014) was an Italian-Argentine painter, known for working in the Surrealism style. Campanella was born in Monopoli, Italy.
After more than 50 years devoted to painting, Vito Campanella is a universal artist, a renowned painter called Master by the prestigious Swiss dictionary "Art Leaders of the World".
For biographical notes -in english and italian- and other works by Campanella see:

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Vito Campanella, 1932-2014 | Surrealist / Metaphysics painter

Although Vito Campanella🎨 started to paint at the age of 14 in his native Monopoli, his love for visual arts began much earlier.
He was born in 1932 and endured the sorrow, agony and shortage that surrounded World War II. In the aftermath of the armed conflict, daily life in Southern Italy changed forever. Allied planes crisscrossing the sky and ceaseless bombings left indelible memories he later translated into works of art.

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Alejandro Rosemberg, 1981 | Realist painter

Alejandro Rosemberg  is an Argentinian artist living in Beunos Aires, where he paints and teaches classical techniques. He has a deep interest in art from his early childhood, and obtained a fine arts degree at the National University of Cordoba, Argentina, where he studied figure drawing and painting.
Rosemberg continued his study of classical painting based on the Italian Great Masters Tradition with Maestro Claudio Bogino.
His works have been exhibited worldwide, many of his pieces are sold and owned by some of the most renowned private Art Collectors.

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Alicia Brizzio | Figurative painter

Argentine painter Alicia Brizzio was born in Mar del Plata, Argentina. Lives in Buenos Aires City since 1992. Attended numerous courses and workshops on different oil, acrylic and pastel techniques.
Among them are those coached by Marcos Borio (Landscape), Silvia Pierruzzi (Still Life), Adelia D’Alessandro (Portrait) and Ricardo Celma. Her work is figurative.
Her paintings are as a part of private collections in Argentina, USA, Puerto Rico, Chile, Ecuador, Spain and Italy.