Servando Cabrera Moreno (Listed Cuban Master 1923-1981). Cuban Countryman in a Hat, 1980, 19-1/2" x 24" sight size mixed media (pastel and watercolor) (framed size: 26" x 31") signed/dated lower right. The artist has auction records to $66,000.00! Condition: Possibly has some light dirt lower left corner.
Biography Askart as provided by Hauff & Auvermann
The Cuban painter Servando Cabrera Moreno studied at the San Alejandro Academy, took classes at the Art Students League in New York and attended La Grande Chaumiere in Paris. After a cubist abstract creative phase he then turned to the revolution in a realistic style revolutionary topics and in the 70s he addressed the eroticism in his works.
His first solo exhibition was at the Lyceum, Havana in 1943. In addition to group exhibitions, he participated in the Venice Biennale, Mexico and São Paulo. His work can be found in museums, galleries and private collections worldwide.
Servando Cabrera Moreno (1923–1981) was a Cuban painter. A supporter of the Cuban Revolution, many of his paintings depict the Cuban peasantry. Stylistically, his paintings are rooted in the tradition of vanguardia, and are especially indebted to the work of Carlos Enríquez Gómez. Servando Cabrera Moreno was born in Havana, Cuba in 1923. He graduated from the San Alejandro Academy after completing studies at the Art Student's League in NY and La Grande Chaumière in Paris.