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List of Cuban abstract painters

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List of Cuban abstract painters

Following is a list of Abstract painters from Cuba.

Cuban Abstract painters

  • Juan T. Vázquez Martín ([Caibarien], 1941)
  • Adrian Pellegrini Del Riego (Ciudad de La Habana, 1979)
  • Loló Soldevilla (Pinar del Río, 1901– Ciudad de La Habana, 1971)
  • Sandú Darié (Rumanía, 1908 – Ciudad de La Habana, 1991)
  • Ernesto González Puig (Pinar del Río, 1913 – Ciudad de La Habana, 1988)
  • Yurian Hilders Falls (Camagüey, 1979)
  • Julio Girona (Manzanillo, 1914 – Ciudad de La Habana, 2002)
  • José Mijares (Ciudad de La Habana, 1921– Miami, 2004)
  • Guido Llinás (Pinar del Río, 1923 – Paris, 2005)
  • Raúl Martínez (Ciego de Avila, 1927 – Ciudad de La Habana, 1995)
  • Antonio Vidal (Ciudad de La Habana, 1928)
  • Pedro de Oraá (Ciudad de La Habana, 1931)
  • Minerva López (Matanzas, 1934)
  • Julia Valdés (Santiago de Cuba, 1952)
  • Rigoberto Mena (La Habana, 1961)
  • Jeannine Achon (La Habana, 1973)

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