Justo Maximo Lynch
(1870 - 1953)
Justo Maximo Lynch was active/lived in Argentina. Justo Lynch is known for seascape, Argentine historical and folkloristic painting.
Biography Justo Maximo Lynch
Justo Lynch (b. 1870 in Martínez, d.1953 in Buenos Aires)
He is an Argentine artist known as Marinista, a painter of seascapes, scenes and events of Argentina's naval history. He was trained in the Asociacion Estimulo de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires where he met Eduardo de Martino and Oscar Vaz. In La Boca, the legendary harbor neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Lynch was one of the founders of the Nexus group, whose art works reflect themes of folklore and local traditions. The group's style was close to impressionism with elements of academic naturalism, a technique Lynch got acquainted with during his journey to Paris and Rome at the beginning of the 20th century.
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