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Roel Caboverde Llacer

Roel Caboverde Llacer was born in Baracoa, Cuba on November 20, 1947.[1] He grew up in the towns of La Poa and Moa. Llacer started his painting career as a house painter followed by work painting signs. He even painted murals during his service in the military. After the service, Llacer trained as a visual arts instructor in the School of Fine Arts in the provincial capital of Guantánamo, graduating in 1987.[2] His paintings have been exhibited in the Netherlands, France, Italy, Germany, United States, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and Japan.[1][3]

Llacer's great-grandmother was a slave from Cape Verde, named Caridad Cabo Verde. Llacer currently lives and teaches in Baracoa.[4]

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External links

  • The Lighthouse Center for the Arts presents Art of Eastern Cuba: A Contemporary Collection.
  • Cuban Art Store
  • Arte de Cuba - "Jugadores" by Roel Caboverde Llacer
  • Queens Library Gallery
  • "Cuba Oriente: Contemporary Painting From Eastern Cuba" The Riffe Gallery - Ohio Art Council
  • The Art of Brewing
  • Osceola Street Cafe displays art from Eastern Cuba
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