(1918 - 2011)
Manuel Carbonell was active/lived in Florida, New York / Cuba. Manuel Carbonell is known for sculpture.
Biography Manuel Carbonell
Carbonell studied under Jose Sicres. In 1945 he received the title of Professor of Drawing and Sculpture. In 1954, he received his first international award at the third Bienal Hispano Americana de Arte in Barcelona.
Exhibited in New York's Schoneman Gallery for over 17 years. In 1976, he presented to the White House "The Bicentennial Eagle," now part of the Smithsonian collection. He is known for two of Miami's largest landmarks: the 53-foot bronze monument at the Brickell Avenue Bridge, "The Tequesta Family," and the 21-foot bronze and alabaster monument "El Centinela Del Rio," in Brickell Key.
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