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Eduardo Mac Entyre

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A.k.a.:  Eduardo MacEntyre.   56 auction records.  
Eduardo Mac Entyre (1929 - 2014) was active/lived in Argentina.  Eduardo Mac Entyre is known for Geometrip image painting.

Biography photo for Eduardo Mac Entyre Eduardo Mac Entyre (20 February 1929 – 5 May 2014 was an Argentine artist known for his geometric paintings.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina to a Scottish father and Belgian mother, Mac Entyre began pursuing his talent for sketches at the age of twenty. Studying standards like Albrecht Dürer, Hans Holbein and Rembrandt, he later began exploring impressionist and cubist influences and his work was first displayed in 1954 at Buenos Aires' Comte Art Gallery.

Calling the attention of local arts patron Ignacio Pirovano and Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art Director Rafael Squirru following a 1959 show at the renowned Peuser Art Gallery, Mac Entyre's work soon earned him a following among several of the city's other accomplished abstract artists, resulting in a genre they themselves described as Generative art, a movement later expanded on by world-renowned computer artists like Benoît Mandelbrot.

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