Julio Payró letters received, 1937-1971, bulk 1940-1955.
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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 Biographical / Historical Note Julio Payró began his career as a painter, studying wit...
Uruguayan Constructivist painter influenced by Surrealism, abstract geometry, and Precolumbian art; lived and worked in Catalonia, New York, Paris, and Montevideo. From the description of Joaquín Torres-García papers, ca. 1904-1994. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81329089 Painter; Uraguay and New York, N.Y. Was a proponent of the Latin American Constructivist movement. His son Horacio Torres was also an artist. From the...
Emilio Pettoruti was born in La Plata, Argentina, of Italian parents. In 1913 he went to Italy, where he came in contact with the Italian avant-garde (Marinetti, and later with the Balla and Chirico group). In 1921 he went to Munich, and in 1923 was invited to exhibit at Der Sturm gallery in Berlin. He returned home in 1924, opening an exhibition in Buenos Aires which introduced modernism to Argentina. While continuing to paint, Pettoruti taught at the university and served as director of the Fi...
Author Victoria Ocampo (1890-1979) was founder (1931) and editor of the magazine SUR, an important literary magazine published in Buenos Aires. From the description of Fraga and Pena collection : correspondence, 1900-1979. (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 79289513 Victoria Ocampo (1908-1979) was an Argentine writer, translator, publisher, feminist, and founder of the review Sur. From the description of Victoria Ocampo papers, 1908-1979. (Harvar...