Introduction
Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurren (Spanish pronunciation: [roˈβeɾto ˈmata]; November 11, 1911 – November 23, 2002), better known as Roberto Matta, was one of Chile's best-known painters and a seminal figure in 20th century abstract expressionist and surrealist art.
Wikidata
Q450236
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Introduction
Prominent in surrealist movement.
Nationalities
Chilean, South American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Graphic Artist, Illustrator, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Roberto Matta, Roberto Matta Echaurren, Robert Matta, Roberto Antonio Sebastián Matta Echaurren, Roberto Sebastián Matta Echaurren, Roberto Sebastian Antonio Echaurren Matta, Roberto Sebastian Antonio Matta Echaurren, Roberto Sebastián Matta
Ulan
500057123
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