JULIO DE DIEGO Watercolor
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Original watercolor by Spanish American artist Julio de Diego (1900-1979) uses an earthy brown palette to depict three figures with slight abstraction. Framed with new archival quality framing materials.
About the Artist:
Julio de Diego (1900-1979) immigrated to the US in 1924. He worked in theatre set design and as a commercial artist drawing fashion illustrations. After focusing more on his own work, he exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1929. Living in Chicago, he participated in the Annual American Exhibitions, International Watercolor Exhibitions, and Chicago Artists Exhibitions. He moved to Mexico in the 1930s and continued to design sets and costumes for ballets. DUring WWII he stood against censorship of the Nazi regime in Germany and Italy. After the War he taught at the University of Denver and later retired to Sarasota, Florida where he died in 1979.
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Very good condition. Frame shows minor scratches and wear.
21.75"W x 26"H