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Eduardo Galeano

Juan Manuel Blanes

Pedro Figari

Famous people - Uruguay artists

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Eduardo Galeano

Eduardo Germn Mara Hughes Galeano was born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1940. Galeano died on Monday, April 13, 2015 of lung cancer at the age 74 .

He is considered as one the most notable authors of Latin America.Among his many works are Memory of Fire Trilogy, The Following Days, and the Open Veins of the America.

He started his carrer as a journalist in the early 1960 as editor of Marcha, and influential weekly journal which had such contributors as Mario Vargas Llosa, Mario Benedetti, Manuel Maldonado Denis and Roberto Fernndez Retamar.

In 1999, he received Lannan Cultural Freerom Prize.In 2006, he was awarded the International Human Rights Awards by Global Exchange.In 2010, he was the recipient of the Stig Dagerman Prize, a Swedish award

Juan Manuel Blanes

He was born in Montevideo, Uruguay on June, 8 in 1830. He was a Uruguayan painter of Realist school known for his paintings of historical events of South America and his depictions of gaucho life. Blanes died on April 15, 1901 in Pisa, Italia.

Blanes took an interest in drawing at this point, and shortly afterwards, was hired as an illustrator for a Montevideo newsdaily, El Defensor de la Independencia Americana.

The city of Montevideo established the Municipal Museum of Fine Arts, and named it in his honor, in 1930; many of his best-known works are also displayed in the National Museum of Visual Arts.

Blanes undertook a portrait of the Thirty-three Easterners members of a revolutionary vanguard whose insurrection against Brazilian authorities resulted in Uruguayan Independence, in 1828.

Pedro Figari

He was born in Montevideo, Uruguay on June 29, 1861. Figari was a Uruguayan modernist painter, lawyer, writer, politicial, and educator. He died on July 24, 1938 in Montevideo.

He attempts to capture the essence of his home by painting local customs that he had observed in his childhood.Figari painted primarily from memory, a technique that gives his work a far more personal feeling.

Pedro Figari clearly has a style of his own. Although he was heavily influenced by Italian art earlier in his career, he managed to reconnect with a more nave style when he began to paint seriously

Although he showed an interest in art during his childhood, most of his life was devoted to the pratice of law. In 1886 he received a degree in law.

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