Antonio Rodríguez Luna

1941 - Latin America & Caribbean Competition
Creative Arts - Fine Arts


As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1941–42:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1941

Appointed from Mexico:

LUNA, ANTONIO RODRÍGUEZ:  Appointed for creative work in the fine arts; tenure, twelve months from October 8, 1941.

Born July 22, 1910, in Spain. Education:  Art studies at the School of Fine Arts, Madrid, and School of Fine Arts, Seville, Spain.

One-man shows, Madrid, Barcelona and Mexico. Exhibited with Madrid Independent Artists, Madrid Fall Salon, Exhibition of Spanish Artists in San Sebastian, Copenhagen and Paris, International Exposition at Venice, Exposition of Catalan Art in Barcelona, Paris Exposition, and Maison de la Culture, Paris. Represented in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in Madrid, Barcelona City Council, Ministry of Education of the Spanish Republic.

Publications:  10 Aguafuertes, 1940; Danzas de los Concheros de San Miguel de Allende, 1941.



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