Payró, Julio E., 1899-1971

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Julio Payró began his career as a painter. In 1928 he decided to work solely as an art critic, building a reputation as a major analyst of 20th century art movements in Argentina and Latin America.

From the description of Julio Payró letters received, 1937-1971, bulk 1940-1955. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 123379296

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Julio Payró began his career as a painter, studying with the Uruguayan artist Joaquín Torres-García in Paris and Barcelona (1907), then with William de Gouve in Brussels from 1912 to 1918, after which he returned to Buenos Aires. In 1928 he decided to work solely as an art critic, building a reputation as a major analyst of 20th century art movements in Argentina and Latin America.

From the guide to the Julio Payró letters received, 1937-1971, 1940-1955, (Getty Research Institute)

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correspondedWith Castro, Sergio de, 1922- person
associatedWith De Castro, Sergio, 1922 person
correspondedWith Jonquieres, Eduardo person
correspondedWith Jonquieres, Eduardo person
correspondedWith Mallea, Eduardo, 1903-1982 person
correspondedWith Ocampo, Victoria, 1890-1979 person
correspondedWith Ocampo, Victoria, 1891- person
correspondedWith Onetti, Juan Carlos, 1909-1994 person
correspondedWith Pettoruti, Emilio, 1892-1971 person
correspondedWith Seoane, Luis person
correspondedWith Seoane, Luis person
correspondedWith Torres-García, Joaquín, 1874-1949 person
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Argentina
Uruguay
Subject
Exhibitions
Art critics--Correspondence
Sculptors ‡z Argentina ‡v Correspondence
Painters--Correspondence
Painters ‡z Uruguay ‡v Correspondence
Modernism (Art)
Authors ‡z Uruguay ‡v Correspondence
Sculptors--Correspondence
Artists--Correspondence
Art critics ‡z Argentina ‡v Correspondence
Artists ‡z Uruguay ‡v Correspondence
Painters ‡z Argentina ‡v Correspondence
Authors--Correspondence
Artists ‡z Argentina ‡v Correspondence
Authors ‡z Argentina ‡v Correspondence
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Collector
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Birth 1899

Death 1971

Argentines

Spanish; Castilian

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