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Carmelo Arden Quin

 (1913 - 2010)
Carmelo Arden Quin was active/lived in Uruguay, Latin America, France.  Carmelo Quin is known for constructivist, geometric, cubist image mixed media art, mobiles.

Carmelo Arden Quin

Arden Quin was born in 1913 in Rivera Uruguay, a town on the Brazilian border. He had an uncle who painted cubist paintings, and in 1934 in Rivera Arden Quin created his first surviving painting, Naturel Morte Cubiste or Cubist Still Life.
In Montevideo twenty-one year old Arden Quin met his mentor, the artist Joaquin Torres-Garcia, then in his sixties. Torres-Garcia had just returned from Europe where he had been influenced by Piet Mondrian and Michel Seufor: Torres-Garcia and Seufor formed the Cercle et Carre group, which included Mondrian and Vantongerloo and was dedicated to geometric and constructivist art. In Montevideo Arden Quin studied under Torres-Garcia and was influenced by his transformable and articulated scul  ...  Displaying 750 of 4118 characters.

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About  Carmelo Arden Quin

Born:  1913 - Rivera, Uruguay
Died:   2010
Known for:  constructivist, geometric, cubist image mixed media art, mobiles