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<p> Eduardo Galeano</p> <p> Juan Manuel Blanes</p> <p> Pedro Figari</p> <p>Famous people - Uruguay artists</p> <p>Group: 3AName: Leandro Jurez</p> <p>Eduardo Galeano</p> <p>Eduardo Germn Mara Hughes Galeano was born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1940. Galeano died on Monday, April 13, 2015 of lung cancer at the age 74 . </p> <p>He is considered as one the most notable authors of Latin America.Among his many works are Memory of Fire Trilogy, The Following Days, and the Open Veins of the America.</p> <p>He started his carrer as a journalist in the early 1960 as editor of Marcha, and influential weekly journal which had such contributors as Mario Vargas Llosa, Mario Benedetti, Manuel Maldonado Denis and Roberto Fernndez Retamar.</p> <p>In 1999, he received Lannan Cultural Freerom Prize.In 2006, he was awarded the International Human Rights Awards by Global Exchange.In 2010, he was the recipient of the Stig Dagerman Prize, a Swedish award</p> <p>Juan Manuel Blanes</p> <p>He was born in Montevideo, Uruguay on June, 8 in 1830. He was a Uruguayan painter of Realist school known for his paintings of historical events of South America and his depictions of gaucho life. Blanes died on April 15, 1901 in Pisa, Italia.</p> <p>Blanes took an interest in drawing at this point, and shortly afterwards, was hired as an illustrator for a Montevideo newsdaily, El Defensor de la Independencia Americana.</p> <p>The city of Montevideo established the Municipal Museum of Fine Arts, and named it in his honor, in 1930; many of his best-known works are also displayed in the National Museum of Visual Arts.</p> <p>Blanes undertook a portrait of the Thirty-three Easterners members of a revolutionary vanguard whose insurrection against Brazilian authorities resulted in Uruguayan Independence, in 1828.</p> <p>Pedro Figari</p> <p>He was born in Montevideo, Uruguay on June 29, 1861. Figari was a Uruguayan modernist painter, lawyer, writer, politicial, and educator. He died on July 24, 1938 in Montevideo.</p> <p>He attempts to capture the essence of his home by painting local customs that he had observed in his childhood.Figari painted primarily from memory, a technique that gives his work a far more personal feeling.</p> <p>Pedro Figari clearly has a style of his own. Although he was heavily influenced by Italian art earlier in his career, he managed to reconnect with a more nave style when he began to paint seriously</p> <p>Although he showed an interest in art during his childhood, most of his life was devoted to the pratice of law. In 1886 he received a degree in law.</p> <p>Pulse para editar el formato del texto de ttuloHaga clic para modificar el estilo de ttulo del patrn</p> <p>27/08/15</p> <p>27/08/15</p> <p>Pulse para editar el formato del texto de ttuloHaga clic para modificar el estilo de ttulo del patrn</p> <p>Pulse para editar los formatos del texto del esquemaSegundo nivel del esquemaTercer nivel del esquemaCuarto nivel del esquemaQuinto nivel del esquemaSexto nivel del esquemaSptimo nivel del esquemaOctavo nivel del esquema</p> <p>Noveno nivel del esquemaHaga clic para modificar el estilo de texto del patrn</p> <p>Segundo nivel</p> <p>Tercer nivel</p> <p>Cuarto nivel</p> <p>Quinto nivel</p> <p>Pulse para editar los formatos del texto del esquemaSegundo nivel del esquemaTercer nivel del esquemaCuarto nivel del esquemaQuinto nivel del esquemaSexto nivel del esquemaSptimo nivel del esquemaOctavo nivel del esquema</p> <p>Noveno nivel del esquemaHaga clic para modificar el estilo de texto del patrn</p> <p>Segundo nivel</p> <p>Tercer nivel</p> <p>Cuarto nivel</p> <p>Quinto nivel</p>