With its insistent earworm hook and breathy boss bitch energy, “Perreito” even got its own remix with hotshots Darell and Arcangel – but Mariah’s first big solo hit remains my definitive perreo sucio song of the summer para las mujeres. Mexican caricaturist and painter José Clemente Orozco helped usher in an important era of Mexican muralism that encouraged unity in the country after the Mexican Revolution. The Madrid-duo step up to the plate with angular rhythms, dissonant riffs, and a ripping chorus to deliver something passionate and vital with this track. -Richard Villegas, Throughout his career, Dinamarca has proven that he can make a club smasher with his eyes closed, but with his last full-length Fantasilandia, he showed some more versatility. (Photo: Public domain via Wikipedia). It’s as heartbreaking as it sounds. The song is a psych-pop success, immediately creating a bubble around us where we can fantasize about the life we’ve always wanted. Ms Nina and Tomasa Del Real swap lovelorn verses about a transient love over a reggaeton beat, bemoaning the lovers who already feel absent laying in bed the morning after. Worked around a sample of the salsa music classic “Aguanilé,” the rappers take turns flexing their fame, fortunes, and the effs that they’re fresh out of on the track. This pride in the Mexican identity is visible in Rivera's art through his bold color palette and use of simplified shapes influenced by Mayan and Aztec art. With Christie’s Latin American Art sales upcoming in New York and online next month, and Sotheby’s bringing several contemporary Latin works to May auctions, here are 7 artists you should know. Is it amazing, though? The result is a commanding power ballad – one of Lucid’s strongest moments yet – that proves just how much she’s grown into her voice and her lyricism. Cuco guides us through a psychedelic sonic wonderland, swapping verses with newcomer Suscat0 and bolstered by a lively beat that channels SZA’s “Go Gina” on LSD. 1949. “Imagínate, tú y yo en la playa,” coos vocalist Kelly Ruíz at the start of the track, cracking the lid on three minutes of the Colombian producers’ adrenaline-racing EDM-spun beats (whose most notable sound comes from Cuban-Andalusian guaracha). “There’s something about you, something,” the pair purrs over the beat, ending the sonic flirtation with Girl Ultra offering to smoke us out and “watch the Simpsons or something.” Honestly, count us in. -Marcos Hassan, Just when you thought tribal guarachero would be remembered as little more than an early decade musical meme, NAAFI affiliate Debit swooped into the club wearing her pointiest snakeskin boots and changed the game. Many of his best murals are found in Guadalajara. Great masters like Picasso, Dali, and Francis Bacon all paid homage to Velázquez by recreating some of his most famous artworks like Las Meninas. Fiercely proud of her Mexican identity, she often incorporated pre-Colombian symbols in her paintings and is known for her colorful Mexican dress. His use of strong outlines and flat, vibrant color is a nod to Latin American folk art. In English, Fat Joe and Cardi (in her “La Caldi” persona) lyrically go in, while Anuel tears into the collaboration with a frosty guest verse filled with his signature “Brrrr’s.” Is there a lot going on here? Famous for his surreal paintings like The Persistence of Memory, Dalí was also a prolific sculptor, filmmaker, photographer, and illustrator. The woman who started her career strumming a guitar in her own bedroom on YouTube is more fully assuming her role as a reggaeton-synth-pop chimera with every move she makes. In turn, it all makes “La Escalera” seem like so much fun, and boy, did we need fun sad music in 2019. “Baila Conmigo” has a monster audio palette that pleased even circuit queens on the dance floor and inspired a remix by French producer Willy William of “Mi Gente” notoriety. His art is filled with commentaries on social injustices and class struggles, often in relation to the black community. The 5th Annual Latin American Music Awards was held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California. As an artist who changed the face of modern art, his contributions to Western culture are undeniable. DJs regularly dropped this track at their desired moment to detonate vibes, ensuring that the song would trigger tequila-scented party flashbacks for years to come. MOLAA (562) 437-1689 info@molaa.org 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802 United States -E.R. The 2019 edition will present a critical and subjective overview of the work of women artists in France through 25 specific projects, but it will also place focus on Latin American art from the 1960s to the present day, presenting an ensemble of 60 Argentinean, Brazilian, Chilean, Colombian, Cuban, Mexican, Peruvian and Venezuelan artists. Jessica Stewart is a Contributing Writer and Digital Media Specialist for My Modern Met, as well as a curator and art historian. Art discipline: Performing, design, media, literary and visual arts. *Rafael Coronel (Mexico 1932-2019) La … It was broadcast live on Telemundo. Opens. Annual Latin American Art Exhibition 2020, titled "Latin American and Caribbean Roots" September 01, 2019. -Marcos Hassan, Chicago’s Tatiana Hazel continued to prove her versatility this year, and nowhere more than on single “Let Me Go.” The slick pop jam may have been literally intended to encourage a lover to loosen the ties, but it served the double function of advising all those with set expectations for Hazel’s music, to drop them. Latin American Art Preview, October & November 2020 Overview Sotheby’s is leading the market with an innovative strategy that accurately reflects the evolving taste of collectors worldwide by becoming the first major auction house to formally integrate Latin American Art into our Global Fine Art auctions. The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) is the pioneering museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art. As these groups are musically in constant conversation with each other, we have decided to include Spanish artists in our list of best songs of the year. She sings “Maybe when it’s over / I can get you out of my head” on the second verse, whispering regret over things unsaid and honoring a complicated emotion that has passed through the head and heart of anyone that’s had to pick up the pieces and start over. 4 th. Pi is a researcher in urban dance and an educator. O ne could make the case that the category of Latin American art as we understand it today really came into existence around 1970. Pop América, 1965–1975 challenges and reframes familiar notions of Pop Art by bringing together artists from North America, South America and the Caribbean. ‘Words/Matter’ at the Blanton. Our unrivalled success has led to our being the only international auction house to offer stand-alone Latin American Art sales. Ms Nina offers her love on loan, knowing that as romantic as the connection might be, love can be as transitory as lust. Beyond this, many of the most famous Hispanic artists also use their creativity as a platform to discuss political and social upheaval in an effort to affect change and inspire national pride. The LGBTQ artists using music as resistance in Latin America Over the last decade, several openly queer musicians have emerged in Latin America. Ana Mercedes Hoyos(Colombia) Ozuna lead the nominations with nine nods.. Paloma Mami, "No Te Enamores" A new wave of female Latin acts are coming in hot in 2019. After hours spent arguing in the office, we’re proud to present our picks for the top 50 songs of the year by Latinx (and Latin American and Spanish) artists. He directly asks, in the most pleasant way possible, how much more suffering the country must endure for something to change. Competition Calendar. Her legacy continues to live on and she remains an icon of many feminist and political movements. AUG 2020. -Eduardo Cepeda, The dream of the ‘90s seems to be coming alive with every passing second. (1946) #FridaKahlo #Art #Painting #Mexico #Legend #Artist #Painter #TBT, A post shared by Frida Kahlo (@fridakahlo) on Jul 4, 2019 at 6:03am PDT. -E.R. Competition Jurors: Marcela Guerrero Assistant Curator at Whitney Museum of American Art New York. Top Mexican Rappers Related Topics: 1 Top Los Angeles Rappers (Next to Blow) 2 Top New York City Rappers 3 Top Dallas Rappers 4 Top Asian Rappers. Exhibitors LAAF serves an … A highlight of said run, “Seahorse” made the most with both sides of the equation that worked so well for Mendoza, using underwater-like sounds, pop sensibilities and experimental blendings of sound to present herself to us at her most emotive yet refined; a mini-opera of sorts where so much happens in the mere two and a half minutes of the track’s duration. He even created a cookbook based on the legendary dinner parties he and his wife Gala would throw. -E.R. Title Artist(s) Ref. Pulgar, Devendra Banhart has made it a point to highlight the crisis in Venezuela throughout his long career, but he’s never been as pointed as he is on “Abre Las Manos.” The buoyant stand-out track from his 10th record, Ma, is bolstered by hushed vocals, an ethereal guitar and a floaty invitation to open one’s arms to the gifts of the universe – typical Banhart fare, until a dark turn to realism encroaches near the end. Founded in 1996 by Robert Gumbiner, MOLAA houses a collection of more than 1,600 works of art including paintings, sculptures, drawings, mixed-media, photographs, and video art. They use their music to combat hate. Glasstire, Top Five: May 23, 2019. Miami-born and CubaRican-raised, Mariah is bringing the fire of female MCs, like OG Ivy Queen, back into the urbano spotlight. Even for new converts of Belafonte Sensacional, “Epic Aris” managed to flip the script of what a lyrically-heavy artist could sound like. (Photo: Stock Photos from posztosE/Shutterstock). His 57 frescoes at the city's Instituto Cultural Cabañas were made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. by Jeffrey Grunthaner. His work was highly influential for many modern artists, with his abstraction influencing later generations like the Abstract Expressionist Jackson Pollock. Daddy Yankee performs during the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on April 25, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. January 19–May 12 In this first major East Coast exhibition of Graciela Iturbide’s work, the... Ruben & Isabel Toledo: Labor of Love. -Caitlin Donohue, Jessie Reyez didn’t set out to write a song about family separations; the words just floated into her head like a special kind of alchemy. “The Rokeby Venus” by Diego Velázquez. His powerful artwork can often be macabre and tinged with anger at the social injustices happening in Mexico. A Look at the History of Creating Art in Multiples. We’ve witnessed how artists such as Becky G, Karol G, Natti Natasha and Anitta … Latin American art enjoys a thriving Post-War and Contemporary market. The album’s undisputed centerpiece is its title track, which opens on timid Kermit The Frog-esque banjo plucks that rapidly shapeshift into a symphonic rapture – perfect for making your heart flutter and stoking your cravings for green eggs and ham. Receive our Weekly Newsletter. Jaime Cerón Curator, Researcher and Art Critic “Hoy puedo contigo, mañana cualquiera,” Del Real purrs near the end of “Y Dime,” the core message of the song lodged in her slick, confident delivery. Celebrating creativity and promoting a positive culture by spotlighting the best sides of humanity—from the lighthearted and fun to the thought-provoking and enlightening. Unafraid to take risks, they often incorporate symbols and techniques that recall their native cultures. As the year comes to a close, it’s time to look back on the anthems that soundtracked our parties, beach days, break-ups and contemplative moments. Want to advertise with us? 10 must-see Latino art shows in 2019 Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico. April 23, 2019. -E.R. Referencing pop, chillwave and modern psych, Mendoza seems to be on a mission to build chamber music for our times by frying mini-disks in a bonfire. Keen to help young artists, in 1975 he established the Joan Miró Foundation and Center of Contemporary Art Studies in his native Barcelona. Austin American-Statesman, Blanton’s Latin American art curator leaving for MoMA Glasstire, Safe as Texas in Texas? But the track also delivers the needle that bursts it, giving us a wake-up call to go out and make our dreams come true. Our mission is to promote artistic diversity, raise intercultural and intersectional awareness, expose social issues, and challenge stereotyp es about Latinxs and Latin America in our school and community. (Photo: Stock Photos from Florian Augustin/Shutterstock). Find out how by becoming a Patron. Relevancy was provided by MC Bin Laden, the genre’s most internationally facing “Tá Tranquilo, Tá Favorável” star of the last few years. Along with José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros, Diego Rivera was considered one of “the big three” painters of the Mexican mural movement. A true multi-media artist, Miró often took breaks from painting to focus on sculpture, ceramics, set design, and printmaking. -Cheky, “Al Revés” dropped on Valentine’s Day, its lyrics a pleasingly poetic tribute to an ex-love who still inspires. The Block Museum is the final and largest metropolitan area venue for the touring exhibition, which was organized by Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art. –E.R Pulgar, Ambar Lucid’s brand of quiet dream pop shows incredible control and restraint – something that’s particularly impressive for an artist who is still wrapping up her teenage years. Also feel free to check out our playlist here: Editor’s Note: While this list features mostly artists of U.S. Latino and Latin American background, we have also included Spanish artists. Through her raw vocals, she translates the pain of individuals torn apart by I.C.E. (Photo: Public domain via WikiArt). Ñejo and Guaynaa’s “Mi Leona” finds both emcees flexing their undeniably catchy bars, with a haunting backing sample giving the song a mysterious undertone. For much of her career, she was often overlooked as simply the wife of Diego Rivera, but the appreciation of her paintings has only grown from the 1970s onward. As they did everywhere else in the century’s second decade, genre lines proved immaterial in the exchange. -Cheky, Around the same time that Guaynaa’s massive hit “Rebota” began to pick up steam, another far less in-your-face anthem filled the air in San Juan. Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973) It's impossible to create a list of influential Hispanic painters without … A general category for art created in Latin America since roughly 1970. The trio created a peacocking, percussive fusion that neatly encapsulates the year’s global pop takeover. Art submitted to the competition will be reviewed by a rotating panel of expert jurors, each representing a different field in the art world, ensuring a fair and balanced selection process. The track came in the middle of a hot streak for Puerto Rican synth-pop duo Los Wálters, who despite not having released an album since 2016’s Isla Disco, were riding high off of singles like “Calma” and “Fragancia.” On “Al Revés,” boricua vocalist Andrea Cruz floats over the pair’s disco sun-flare of a beat and delivers lines that, in a year of insanely bitter, high profile break-up anthems, were a nice hat-tip to emotional subtlety. The worlds of hip-hop and Latin trap collide on Fat Joe’s “Yes” with Cardi B and Anuel AA. One of the most influential painters of the 18th century, Francisco Goya enjoyed enormous success during his lifetime. As one of the most recognized artists from Latin America, Botero is deeply influenced by his roots. Revista Mujer, WORDS MATTER: LATIN AMERICAN ART AT THE FOREFRONT In 2013, she authored the book '. One of Goya's most famous paintings, The Third of May 1808 (Execution of the Defenders of Madrid), is a politically charged masterpiece that honors the Spanish resistance during the country's occupation by Napoleon. Visit My Modern Met Media. Held in New York in Spring and Fall, our biannual live and online sales have seen record prices realised for influential figures such as Diego Rivera, Wifredo Lam, Frida Kahlo and Fernando Botero, among others. When she’s not spending time with her three dogs, she also manages the studio of a successful street artist. Born in Seville, Diego Velázquez had a wildly successful career that made him the leading artist of what's known as the Spanish Golden Age. Ivy Queen performs at Miami Bash 2017 at American Airlines Arena on April 23, 2017 in Miami, Florida. The equally zonked-out video, a tribute to L.A. foo culture, also highlights Cuco’s Chicanx roots, with angels and demons playing Lotería in an ethereal, translucent landscape. Others, like Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí, didn’t limit themselves to one medium. (Photo: Public domain via WikiArt). With her deeply personal and symbolic work, Mexican artist Frida Kahlo has become one of the most famous artists of the 20th century. “Les Demoiselles d'Avignon” by Pablo Picasso. With the rise in the number of new exhibitions in museums and galleries, the visibility for Latin American artists is increasing. -Cheky, August Eve lays the chilled-out melancholia thick on “Know Better.” A sultry hymn to heartbroken healing that reflects on the end of a relationship, the dark pop chanteuse from Los Angeles’ haunting voice is as much an invocation of those uncertain feelings as it is a balm to smooth them over. Many of his murals, which often speak to the plight of peasants and workers, are still visible throughout the country. Who ever said heartache has to keep you down? Wed 20 Feb 2019 11.50 EST Last modified on Wed 20 Feb 2019 13.31 EST. These 3 Latin American Women Artists Are Tackling Social and Material Norms in Their New Summer Shows The shows are opening in New York and São Paulo. January 5 "Taki Taki" DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B "Mia" Bad Bunny featuring Drake: January 12 January 19 January 26 "Reggaetón en lo Oscuro" Wisin & Yandel: February 2 "Ella Quiere Beber" Anuel AA and Romeo Santos: February 9 "Mia" We’re also on Pinterest, Tumblr, and Flipboard. Banhart invites the listener to look, to listen, to become aware – and the result is as chilling as it is beautifully haunting. Photo (from left to right): Diego Velázquez self-portrait via Wikipedia | Frida Kahlo by Guillermo Kahlo via Wikipedia | Salvador Dalí by Allan Warren via Wikipedia | Jean-Michel Basquiat by catwalker via Shutterstock.com. This groundbreaking work set a new precedent for how the horrors of war were depicted in art. Some, like Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco, specialized  in murals and, in the process, have helped the public connect with their roots. Her practice addresses ideas of transit, displacement, belonging, overlapping, and memory. The nominations were announced on September 4, 2019. International Artist Award of … “Kiss U Better” continues to showcase his growth as a songwriter following his 2018 EP Pastel – teasing us with what’s in store for 2020. Take a look at this timeline of art history, from the Baroque period to today, and discover some of the most prolific Hispanic artists to influence Western culture. Katie White , May 28, 2019 Nominees and Winners. Special notes: The artist must be based in another country and plan on traveling to the U.S. CEC ArtsLink gives art grants to international artists to help them come to the U.S. to collaborate with an American artist … “The History of Mexico” by Diego Rivera. -Marcos Hassan, Chicago quartet Divino Niño knocked it out of the park with their third album Foam, and its second single “Coca Cola” can help us understand why. -Caitlin Donohue, “El nuevo orden,” Mariah purrs at the start of her summer throwback jam, “Perreito,” and with that, we know exactly where the 19-year-old reggaetonera stands. Latin American Artists at Art Paris 2019. The track stretches a krautrock-like groove that shares DNA with blues-based rock urbano, complementing the surreal lyrics with plenty of Mexico City slang to give us a microcosmic version of what a nervous breakdown sounds like. More recently, his work has concentrated on political themes. His 2005 series Abu Ghraib, which is based on reports of American military abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison during the Iraq War, garnered international attention when exhibited. Hyperallergic, How Latin American Artists Have Used Language to Political and Poetic Effects. -Richard Villegas, Elefant Records signees Cariño had a fantastic year in 2019 in Spain, and part of it is thanks to their melancholic single “La Bajona.” “La Bajona” uses fiction and shoegaze-inflected pop instrumentation that builds up and up, imagining the consequences of being completely absorbed by a toxic relationship. 1814. Blackie Fontana, follow on Instagram: @BlackieFontana and on Youtube: BlackieFontana. Pulgar, In this slinky cut from latest record Nuevos Aires, CDMX’s Girl Ultra and sadboi supreme Cuco swap verses over a slow bass and lazy guitar. Yes. Pi’s project, titled “The Divine Cypher,” will connect … Ozuna, reggaeton artists win big at the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards Ozuna, Bad Bunny and Nicky Jam highlight the urban genre's dominance in the Latin music industry. -Jenzia Burgos, 50 Best Songs of the Year by Latino Artists. “The Third of May 1808 (Execution of the Defenders of Madrid)” by Francisco Goya. Above was a Mexican rappers list that shows the true talent of the country’s Latino rap scene, if some artist are missing email media@kulturevulturez.com -Julyssa Lopez, With reggaetoneros cashing in on the single ladies left and right (see: Lunay’s “Soltera” or Bad Bunny and J Balvin’s “La Cancion”), this breakout track by Panama’s Sech was the most convincing, if not genuine, summer hit for all the sad boys and girls out there. c.1644 – 1648. Elsewhere, neo-flamenco chanteuse Rosalía found global reggaeton fame when she linked with Balvin, and on “Pa’ Llamar Tu Atención,” C. Tangana and his favored producer Alizz felt their baile funk roots. His individualistic style stood apart from other Baroque painters and his loose brushstrokes would go on to influence both Realist and Impressionist painters. Click here to view the results of The 2019 Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition. The Latin American Fine Art Competition Exhibition December 10 - December 20, 2019 December 12nd Reception - View Photos & Videos The Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition features 35 up-and-coming artists from various Latin American countries who have been given the opportunity to have their work exhibited at Agora Gallery. Much of his artistic output is tied up with his role as court painter for King Philip IV, a position he held for nearly 40 years. It's impossible to create a list of influential Hispanic painters without including Pablo Picasso. Throughout the history of art, Hispanic artists have carved an important position as trailblazers. In the closing verse, Banhart sings “Mira el museo fue destrozado / Por gente que nunca habia entrado,” referencing Venezuela’s endless lines of people waiting for food, the kidnappings, the bloodshed and the destruction of cultural institutions. “Prins” is undoubtedly inspired by dancehall, but he dims it down and decorates it with jangly guitar plucks that move its sound closer to dream-pop. “La venadita herida”. It’s a perfect message for Fémina’s fresh return, and for our collective farewell to the year. LAAF 2019 anticipates an attendance of 4000 international art enthusiasts, artists, and collectors from all over the country and Latin America. -Caitlin Donohue, For long-time fans, Soy Piedra was not only an amazing showcase for Israel Ramírez’s songwriting and his cohorts’ ability to spread brutal, beautiful, folky, and bluesy melodic mayhem, but also represented a sideways step to no-nonsense music that was well worth hearing. This sleepy stoner love story attempts to capture the sexy ambiguity and butterflies that come with new love. The Artist Research Fellowship, which supports artists in their experimental approaches to research, has been awarded to choreographer and dancer Ana Pi. The following are the results based on the average scores provided by the jurors of the 2019 Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition . -Julyssa Lopez, As part of a trio of recently released singles off their forthcoming Perlas & Conchas album, “Arriba” is a triumph for Fémina’s evolving sound. With a career that spanned more than six decades, Salvador Dalí is one of the most influential artists in modern art. 1929-1935. The track crackles to its victorious end, and these femme fatales leave one thing abundantly clear: what happens in a perreo sucio stays in a perreo sucio. Pxxr Gvng’s long-term relationship with US trap artists notwithstanding, 2019 was the year Spanish urbano artists began to collaborate with their American continents’ counterparts in earnest. Amount: $5,000. Rivera's frescos established Mexican art on an international level as he helped forge a national identity based on Mexicanidad. Cazzu's latest release, Error 93, carries an element of political relevance to the explosion of … On their latest, however, Fémina is getting even more experimental: “Arriba” stands out with its tempered harmonies, piecing together surreal images of rooting oneself into the earth, shedding one’s skin and being birthed anew. He was a child prodigy who first mastered classical techniques before breaking out on his own to shatter the traditional way of creating art. While some of his most well-known works are in Mexico City, Rivera also painted extensively in the United States. She earned her MA in Renaissance Studies from University College London and now lives in Rome, Italy. She cultivated expertise in street art which led to the purchase of her photographic archive by the Treccani Italian Encyclopedia in 2014. While much of the rock music made during that time carried the “slacker” tag, fans of true blue skronky guitar and punchy drums know that the screams dripped with passion, something Yawners (talk about slacker rock with that name) are all too happy to remind us of. His mural Man at the Crossroads, was famously removed from Rockefeller Center in New York due to an image of Lenin in the work. She’d planned to make “Far Away” a meditation on a difficult romance, but with the line “the government wants us to break up,” it shifted into a wrenching portrait of love in times of terror under the Trump administration. What starts out as a hushed picture of a heartbroken girl drinking alone at the club, breaks out into a thumping opportunity for “Olvidando la pena” and busting up the dancefloor. Pulgar, Víctor Cárdenas and DJ Dayvi’s hemispheric phenomenon of a tribal house anthem was designed to seduce and destroy. But “Mar De Llanto” is like a dam breaking; she abandons her reflexive self-containment and instead thrusts her emotions to the forefront of the music. 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His early paintings are grouped with the Surrealist movement and rely on automatism—when the unconscious mind is allowed to take control of the painting. -Eduardo Cepeda, Pxxr Gvng’s long-term relationship with US trap artists notwithstanding, 2019 was the year Spanish urbano artists began to collaborate with their American continents’ counterparts in earnest. Hot Latin Songs Latin Airplay Title Artist(s) Ref. Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero is known for his unique, signature style. 8 Interesting Frida Kahlo Facts That May Surprise You, 10 Famous Female Painters Every Art Lover Should Know, Picasso’s Incredible Childhood Paintings Reveal a Different Side of the Modern Artist, 30 Brilliant Quotes About Art From Famous Artists and Great Creative Minds. Latin American Art 2019 "Art Of The Americas" His work is often associated with the Romantic movement and he is considered one of the last great Old Masters. 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