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Artist: Pablo Almela
Guanajuato
By Pablo Almela
Located in Guadalajara, Jalisco
Guanajuato Pablo Almela Oil on Canvas 75 x 75 cm 1947, MX Framed He studied at the School of Arts and Crafts in Madrid, there he established a painting and ceramic workshop with his brothers, before leaving for exile in Mexico during the Spanish Civil War. In Mexico he began to paint and at the same time he worked as a ceramist and restorer. He cultivated friendship with Federico García Lorca...
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Mid-20th Century Expressionist Pablo Almela Art

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