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Miguel Doura was born in 1962 in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he studied fine arts at the school Prilidiano Pueyrredón, standing out his talks and meetings with his teacher the sculptor Rubén Locazo (Grand National Sculpture Prize). For years he worked as an art photographer and his images appeared on Argentine and foreign publications illustrating postcards, calendars, magazines and books on different subjects.
Then devoting himself to painting; highlights its typically Fauvist style, his work exhultantes color, away from their frames through constant exercise of complementary colors.
In 2010 he was invited to paint and exhibit in the Netherlands, where the local critics...
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Patagonia - Thunder Bay Live
The Argentine researcher Miguel Doura observed that the name Patagonia possibly derives from the ancient Greek region of modern Turkey called Paflagonia, possible home of the patagon personage in the chivalric romances Primaleon ...
Author: The World of Travel (14 Mar 2015)
Aconcagua | Adventure
In the base camp Plaza de Mulas at 4300 mosl, there is the highest contemporary art gallery tent called "Nautilus" of the Argentine painter Miguel Doura. In 2014 Kilian Jornet set a record for climbing and descending Aconcagua from ...
Author: Maya Trico (4 Mar 2015)