Julio de Diego  (American/Spanish, 1900-1979) 

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Julio de Diego, Communiques Have Enumerated 21,561 Prisoners

 

Julio de Diego
Communiques Have Enumerated 21,561 Prisoners
1943

F.B. Horowitz Fine Art, Ltd.
Julio de Diego, Tloloc and the Tiger

 

Julio de Diego
Tloloc and the Tiger
1939

The Caldwell Gallery
Julio de Diego, Blue Print of the Future

 

Julio de Diego
Blue Print of the Future
1943

The Caldwell Gallery
Julio de Diego, Ceremonial Dancers

 

Julio de Diego
Ceremonial Dancers
1948

The Caldwell Gallery
  
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Julio de Diego, Game of the Red Angels

 

Julio de Diego
Game of the Red Angels, 1943
mixed media on paper

 

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Julio de Diego, The Opera Singer

 

Julio de Diego
The Opera Singer, 1942
oil on panel

 

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Julio de Diego, Title personage

 

Julio de Diego
Title personage
watercolor

 

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1900   Born on May 9, 1900 in Madrid, Spain
1924   Immigrated to the United States
1926   Moved to Chicago, IL
1928   Birth of daughter Kiriki
1932   End of first marriage, Kiriki raised by friend Paul Hoffman
1938   Gold Medal, Chicago Society of Art, Chicago, IL
1939   Taught at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1941   Obtained U.S. citizenship
1946   Illustrated Rendezvous with Spain by Bernardo Clariana
1948   Married Gypsy Rose Lee
1949   Joined a traveling carnival Royal American Shows alongside Gypsy
1948 - 1952   Taught at the University of Denver, Denver, CO
1952   Published “Commentaries—Europe 1952,” College Art Journal
1955   Taught at the Artist Equity Workshop for two years; divorced Lee
1958   Moved to California
1964   Illustrated A Stranger in the Spanish Village by Anita Feagles
1968   Illustrated Have You Seen Birds? by Joanne Oppenheim
1969   The Book of Ah!, authored by De Diego, was published with six prints
1979   Died on August 22, 1979 in Sarasota, FL
1992   Corbino Galleries, Sarasota, FL
1990   Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York, NY
1990   Petrucci Gallery, Saugerties, NY
1988   Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, NY
1987   Hirschorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
1985   Corbino Galleries, Sarasota, FL
1979   Galleries of Frank Oehlschlaeger, Sarasota, FL
1977   Retrospective, Woodstock Artist’s Association
1970   Frank Oehlscchlaeger, Chicago, IL
1966   Traveling Retrospective, Ford Foundation Grant
1962   Laundry Gallery, New York, NY
1959   Retrospective Carnegie Institute, Pasadena Museum, Pasadena, CA
1940 - 1954   WMAA
1944 - 1953   Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
1952   Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
1950   Associated American Artists, New York, NY
1948   International Cultural Affairs Exhibition, Department of State, Paris, London & Rome
1947   Associated American Artists, New York, NY
1947   Surrealist Exhibition, Paris, France, and London, England
1946   Modern Handmade Jewelry Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
1946   Nierendorf Gallery, New York, NY
1929 - 1946   Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1945   Nierendorf Gallery, New York, NY
1943   Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC
1943   Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, DC
1940   Bonstell Gallery, New York, NY
1940   New York World’s Fair, New York, NY
1935   Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL (solo)
  Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
  Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC