Venezuelan Masters

Ramón Vásquez Brito

Virar en Azul

Oil on canvas
28.74 x 39.37 in.
1990
Certified by the artist on verso
Signature on the lower-right corner
Provenance: private collection, Caracas, Venezuela

Ramón Vásquez Brito
1927
He was born in Porlamar, Island of Margarita, Venezuela.
1943
Studied in the School of Plastic and Applied Arts of Caracas, Venezuela.
1949/1950
Studied in the Superior School Ernesto of Corcova, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
1946/1973
Professor of the School of Plastic Arts of Caracas.
1958/1959
Assistant director of the School of Plastic Arts of Caracas. Trip of studies: Europe, the United States and Mexico.

Rewards and Distinctions
1949
Reward Jose Loreto Arismendi, X Annual Official Hall Venezuelan Art, Museum of Bellas Arts, Caracas.
1950
National Reward of Plastic Arts, XI Annual Official Hall Venezuelan Art, Museum of Bellas Arts, Caracas.
1962
II Reward National Hall Art of Aragua, Maracay.
1965
Reward Armed Forces, hall Arturo Michelena, Ateneo of Valencia, Valencia. 1966
Reward Antonio Edmundo Monsanto, Hall Arturo Michelena, Ateneo of Valencia, Valencia.
1967
Red Arístides Reward, XXVIII Annual Official Hall Venezuelan Art,
Museum of Bellas Arts, Caracas. Reward Corporation of Promotion,
XXVIII Official Hall Venezuelan Art, Museum of Bellas Arts,
Caracas.
1968
Is Reward Arturo Michelena, Ateneo of Valencia, Valencia. Red Arístides reward, XXIX Annual Official Hall Venezuelan Art, Museum of Bellas Arts, Caracas.
1971
Order 27 of June, Caracas.
1973
Order Andrés Bello Caracas.
1981
Illustrious Son of Porlamar, Municipal Council Dtto Mariño.
1982
Order Merit to the Work, Caracas.
1983
Reward CONAC. II Biennial of Visual Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas.
1986
Order Francisco Esteban Gómez in 2da class, Porlamar.
1988
Order Santiago Mariño Porlamar


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