Introduction
Enrico Donati (February 19, 1909 – April 25, 2008) was an Italian-American Surrealist painter and sculptor.
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Q2574382
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Introduction
Active for over 6 decades, Donati's works record the evolution of American art from Abstract Expressionism and Surrealism to Pop Art, and was a member of the Surrealist group surrounding André Breton in New York City during WWII. He later became the head of the perfume company, Houbigant.
Nationalities
American, Italian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Businessman, Composer, Musician, Painter, Sculptor, Owner
Name
Enrico Donati
Ulan
500020337
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