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Francisco Antonio Cano | Horizontes, 1913

"Horizons" is considered Cano's masterpiece.
"Horizons" epitomizes the idealized migrant family.
It portrays a young, fair-skinned colono family - consisting of a husband, wife, and child - sitting on a bluff, surrounded by mountains.
The three members of the family are likened to the Holy family, with the woman dressed in blue and white like the Virgin Mary, with a baby on her lap.

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Fernando Botero, 1932 | Neo-Figurative painter / sculptor

Fernando Botero Angulo is a Colombian figurative artist and sculptor, born in Medellín. His signature style, also known as "Boterismo", depicts people and figures in large, exaggerated volume, which can represent political criticism or humor, depending on the piece.
He is considered the most recognized and quoted living artist from Latin America, and his art can be found in highly visible places around the world, such as Park Avenue in New York City and the Champs-Élysées in Paris.
Self-titled "the most Colombian of Colombian artists" early on, Botero came to national prominence when he won the first prize at the Salón de Artistas Colombianos in 1958.
He began creating sculptures after moving to Paris in 1973, achieving international recognition with exhibitions around the world by the 1990s.

Fernando Botero 1932 | Colombian Figurative painter

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Ramiro Ramírez Cardona, 1954 | Surrealist / Realist painter

Ramiro Ramírez Cardona was born in Columbia, in a family of self-taught artists, sculptors and painters.
The human body rather than a being erotic or leakage eager libido, is itself, by its immediate essence, a dreamer, a creator and it is through the body, of that battered body, which has become a being communicating with dreams, ambitions, doubts and loneliness, that man has imagined and amazes us every day.

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Alex Stevenson Diaz, 1962 | Abstract painter

Alex Stevenson Diaz is an artist with appreciation of the human, which communicates through expressive poses the inner struggle of man with himself, his yearnings for freedom, their prisons and bonds.
Anatomies which express the hardness in a baroque miguelangelesco. The tension of his hands and fingers or the rigidity of the neck muscles in head turns back, giving way to an energy that comes from the inside more visceral.

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Alfredo Araujo Santoyo, 1972 | Abstract Figurative Painter / Sculptor

Alfredo Araújo Santoyo is an Colombian artist, born in Bogota, Colombia.
Principal Studies: Specializing in Painting Sculpture and Ceramics: Academie Royale des Beaux Arts, Brussels-Belgium Anatomical Dissection.

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Dorian Florez, 1960 | Figurative painter

Dorian Florez is an artist from Colombia. He was born in Caldas Antioquia. He studied clinical psychology in University of Paris in the period 1982-1988.
At the same time, he was attending School of Fine Arts in Nantes (France) from 1983-1985.
He had many other studies attended many workshops to strengthen his skills. Actually, his talents skills are shining since his birth.

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Gabriel García Márquez | La marionetta / The Puppet Poem

Lo scrittore premio Nobel colombiano Gabriel Garcia Marquez è morto ieri, il 17 aprile 2014, a Città del Messico dove viveva.

L'autore di 'Cent'anni di solitudine' aveva compiuto 87 anni il 6 marzo scorso.
Era stato insignito del Nobel per la letteratura nel 1982.
Il presidente della Colombia Juan Manuel Santos ha scritto in un tweet: "mille anni di solitudine e tristezza per la morte del piu' grande dei colombiani di tutti i tempi. Solidarietà e condoglianze a Gabo e la famiglia". [ANSA]

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Jorge Lujan | Libertango

Born in Medellin, Colombian painter Jorge Botero Lujan grew up in a large family, as the sixth child of twelve. He was known for his artistic traits throughout elementary and high school.
He has always been attracted by art books, comic books, films and music, which led him into the world of art.
A self-taught artist, Lujan is always creating, searching, and trying new techniques such as pencil, colors, charcoal, acrylics, and oil.
Always observing light, position, and composition of images has strengthened his work relating them to different times in history, costumes and trends.