Joaquín Torres-García

Torres-García at the [[Sagrada Família]] in Barcelona in 1903 Joaquín Torres-García (28 July 1874 – 8 August 1949) was a prominent Uruguayan-Spanish artist, theorist, and author, renowned for his international impact in the modern art world. Born in Montevideo, Uruguay, his family moved to Catalonia, Spain, where his artistic journey began. His career spanned several countries including Spain, New York, Italy, France, and Uruguay. A founder of art schools and groups, he notably established the first European abstract-art group, Cercle et Carré (Circle and Square), in Paris in 1929 which included Piet Mondrian and Kandinsky. Torres-García's legacy is deeply rooted in his development of Modern Classicism and Universal Constructivism.

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    Joaquín Torres-García, pinturas. by Torres-García, Joaquín, 1874-1949

    Published 1951
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    Joaquín Torres-García, 1874-1949. by Torres-García, Joaquín, 1874-1949

    Published 1970
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    Joaquín Torres García : reproducciones en colores / by Torres-García, Joaquín, 1874-1949

    Published 1900
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    Torres García : la fascinació del clàssic / by Sureda, Joan, 1949-

    Published 1993
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    Picasso en Uruguay /

    Published 2019
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