Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Pablo Uranga Diaz de Arkaia (1861–1934) was a Spanish painter born in Gasteiz.
He lived in Paris for seven years with the sculptor Francisco Durrio before becoming a protégé of Ignacio Zuloaga, who he joined in travels to the United States and Cuba.
After 1930, he dedicated himself to portraits for three years. He espoused a break with tradition yet worked within established techniques and styles so that classic and modern touches are found side by side in his work.

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