Raúl Soldi

Raúl Soldi (27 March 1905 in Buenos Aires, Argentina – 21 April 1994 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) was an Argentine painter whose work treated various subjects, including landscapes, portraits, the theater and the circus, and nature. His theatrical figures are renowned for their melancholy appearance. He also illustrated poetry books.

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Raúl Soldi - Museums and Exhibitions
... From 1930, Soldi's work was displayed in the National Hall Culture, and in diverse provincial Halls throughout Argentina ... In 1992, 210 of Soldi's works were displayed in The History of Argentina exhibition at the National Rooms of Culture, Argentina ... Raúl Soldi's work is represented in the main museums and art galleries of the world, including the Modern Museum of Art of New York (MOMA), Florence and the Gallery of Modern Art in ...