Jorge Luis Rosensvaig (1951, Colombia)


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Jorge Luis Rosensvaig (1951, Colombia), formed as an architect but an artist in his heart, presents a series of very coloured works, portraits of various people. Born in 1951, he studied architecture in the Universidad Piloto de Colombia in Bogotá ( 1972-1974) and later Fine Arts in the Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires (Argentina) (1975 - 1979).He completes his education between 1976 and 1983 with the workshops "Drawing and colour - Workshop David Mansur, Drawing with David Loockharta in Barranquilla and Colour with Arturo Ludueña in Buenos Aires

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