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Gustavo Mana


Year of birth:



Styles & Genres:

Modern, Acrylic on paper


Acrylic and oil on canvas

Gustavo Mana, Argentine artist.

About himself he says:

“Since childhood, I was interested in drawing and began to copy the great cartoonists: Brecciu, Foster, Pratt and others.

I learned to draw the human figure from Andrew Loomis' books.

For some time I went to the workshop of Pedro Pon Verges. Then I alternately worked in an architectural bureau, according to my profession, and worked for several years as a publicist and illustrator.

My first paintings were of hundreds of horses and dogs exhibited in horse and social clubs.

In recent years, I joined the atelier of master Roger Mantegani, who helped me find a way to express myself in each of my works."

Gustavo Mana
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