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Cuban Art María CapdevilaMaría Capdevila
Period: The Vanguard
1881 - 1991

Paisaje de Trinidad
Landscape of Trinidad, ca. 1921
oil on board
27 x 27 1/2 inches
Not available.

The artist María Capdevila was born on July 3, 1881 in Havana. She formed part of that progressive, enthusiastic, and combative avant-garde that took pains to achieve, for our art, a recognized place in the history of painting.

Restlessness, research, experimentation, and constant work were her norms. A disciplined woman and tireless worker, she traveled many roads and byways, from impressionism and expressionism to abstract art, extracting from them expressiveness and resources for teaching.

Capdevila obtained a Silver Medal in 1905. She was laurelled at the Expositions in Seville and was a diplomate of Columbia University. Noted works include: La boyera (The Stable) (1905), Paisaje impresionista (Impressionist Landscape) (1917), Paisaje (Landscape) (1921), Muñecas cubanas (Cuban Dolls) (1930). In 1991, the artist passed away in Miami, FL.

Bibliography

Lerner, Bernardo, ed. Enciclopedia Del Arte En America. 1st ed. Argentina: Bibliografica Omeba, 1968.

Ortega, Julio. “Recordando a María Capdevila.” Educación, Havana, September- October 1994 in Veigas, J., et al, eds. Memoria, Cuban Art of the Twentieth Century. 1st ed. Los Angeles, CA: California International Arts Foundation, 2002.

 
 

Cuban Art María Capdevila Paisaje de Trinidad
(Landscape of Trinidad) - Not for sale

María Capdevila
ca 1921
oil on board
27 x 27 1/2 inches
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