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MARCOS TIGLIO
He was born on February 24, 1903 in Buenos Aires.

He studied in the National School of Fine Arts where he learnt from Emio Centurión and Jorge Larco among others. Then he attended Miguel Carlos Victorica’s workshop.

His work was first exhibited in the National Exhibition in1929. Since then he regularly exhibited in national and provincial halls. He was invited to participate in collective exhibitions in Chile and Brazil. He was awarded many times and eventually he was invited to participate in the Palanza Award.

For his admirers’ delight, he first showed his paintings in the disappeared Sala Nordiska and his talented work is regularly exhibited in the most important galleries in the country.

In 1963 different generations who were unaware of his contribution to the Argentine Art were dazzled with his important retrospective in the Museum of Modern Art.

He died in 1976 in Buenos Aires.

 

Quinquela Martín
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