Maruja Mallo (5 January 1902 – 6 February 1995) was a Spanish painter. She was born as Ana María Gómez González in Viveiro, Galicia, and studied arts in Madrid between 1922 and 1926, where she met many important artists, as she also did subsequently in Paris: Salvador Dalí, Federico García Lorca, Luis Buñuel, Magritte, Max Ernst, Miró, De Chirico, André Breton, Enrique Tábara, Xavier Zubiri and Paul Éluard among others. Her paintings of the 1920s represent urban entertainments and sports, composed in complex overlapping arrangements that express the dynamism of modern life. These works, such as La Verbena of 1927, combine sharply defined, smoothly modeled forms with bright colors. Her work became more surrealistic in the early 1930s, and she worked in ceramics during this time as well. Her

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  • Maruja Mallo (Vivero, Lugo, 5 de enero de 1902- Madrid, 6 de febrero de 1995), fue una pintora surrealista española. Está considerada como artista de la generación de 1927 y una artista de la denominada vanguardia interior española. (es)
  • Maruja Mallo, nom d'artiste d'Ana María Gómez González, née à Viveiro (province de Lugo, Espagne) le 5 janvier 1902 et morte à Madrid le 6 février 1995 (à 93 ans), est une peintre espagnole. (fr)
  • Maruja Mallo (5 January 1902 – 6 February 1995) was a Spanish painter. She was born as Ana María Gómez González in Viveiro, Galicia, and studied arts in Madrid between 1922 and 1926, where she met many important artists, as she also did subsequently in Paris: Salvador Dalí, Federico García Lorca, Luis Buñuel, Magritte, Max Ernst, Miró, De Chirico, André Breton, Enrique Tábara, Xavier Zubiri and Paul Éluard among others. Her paintings of the 1920s represent urban entertainments and sports, composed in complex overlapping arrangements that express the dynamism of modern life. These works, such as La Verbena of 1927, combine sharply defined, smoothly modeled forms with bright colors. Her work became more surrealistic in the early 1930s, and she worked in ceramics during this time as well. Her later works show some influence of Magical Realism and look ahead to Pop art. In 1928 Ortega y Gasset organized her first exhibit, which was a success. Mallo lived in several places in Europe and left for Buenos Aires in 1937. She returned to Spain in 1964, where she died in 1995 in Madrid. (en)
  • Мару́ха Ма́льо (исп. Maruja Mallo, полное имя Ана Мария Гонсалес Мальо (исп. Ana María González Mallo); 5 января 1902, Виверо, Луго — 6 февраля 1995, Мадрид) — испанская художница. (ru)
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  • 1902-1-5
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  • 1995-2-6
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  • Spanish artist (en)
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  • Maruja Mallo (Vivero, Lugo, 5 de enero de 1902- Madrid, 6 de febrero de 1995), fue una pintora surrealista española. Está considerada como artista de la generación de 1927 y una artista de la denominada vanguardia interior española. (es)
  • Maruja Mallo, nom d'artiste d'Ana María Gómez González, née à Viveiro (province de Lugo, Espagne) le 5 janvier 1902 et morte à Madrid le 6 février 1995 (à 93 ans), est une peintre espagnole. (fr)
  • Мару́ха Ма́льо (исп. Maruja Mallo, полное имя Ана Мария Гонсалес Мальо (исп. Ana María González Mallo); 5 января 1902, Виверо, Луго — 6 февраля 1995, Мадрид) — испанская художница. (ru)
  • Maruja Mallo (5 January 1902 – 6 February 1995) was a Spanish painter. She was born as Ana María Gómez González in Viveiro, Galicia, and studied arts in Madrid between 1922 and 1926, where she met many important artists, as she also did subsequently in Paris: Salvador Dalí, Federico García Lorca, Luis Buñuel, Magritte, Max Ernst, Miró, De Chirico, André Breton, Enrique Tábara, Xavier Zubiri and Paul Éluard among others. Her paintings of the 1920s represent urban entertainments and sports, composed in complex overlapping arrangements that express the dynamism of modern life. These works, such as La Verbena of 1927, combine sharply defined, smoothly modeled forms with bright colors. Her work became more surrealistic in the early 1930s, and she worked in ceramics during this time as well. Her (en)
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  • Maruja Mallo (en)
  • Maruja Mallo (es)
  • Maruja Mallo (fr)
  • Мальо, Маруха (ru)
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