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artist , composer , pianist , writer , poet

Antonio Giraudier, Cuban artist, poet, writer, composer, pianist. Recipient Premier Prix de Printemps, Paris, 1959, honorable mention Praire Poet Collection, 1972, honorable mention Major Poets Contest, 1972, laureat Margerite d'Or, Paris, 1960, Danae Literature designate, 1973, certified of merit American Poets Fellowship Society, 1973, numerous other awards.

Background

Giraudier, Antonio was born on September 28, 1926 in Havana, Cuba. Arrived in United States, 1969. Son of Antonio Giraudier y Ginebra and Dulce Maria Milagros y Zorrilla.

Education

Bachelor of Literature, Belen Jesuits, Havana, 1944. Bachelor of Literature, Vedado Institute, Havana, 1944. Graduate, University Havana Law School, 1949.

Master in Painting (honorary), Accademia Italia, Parma, 1982.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Smolin Gallery, New York City, 1965, New Masters Gallery, 1967, Avanti Galleries, New York City, 1968-1969, 1971, 1973, 1975. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Illinois State Poetry Society, Smithsonian Institution, L'Orientation litteraire(Paris) (honorary).

Connections

father:
Antonio Giraudier y Ginebra

mother:
Dulce Maria Milagros y Zorrilla