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Date of Birth June 05, 1901
Date of Death December 30, 1975 (aged 74) Progreso, Mexico
Place of Birth Mexico City, Mexico
Country Mexican
Profession Artist
Horoscope Gemini

Rosario Cabrera Biography

Rosario Cabrera is a famous Mexican artist (1901–1975), who was born on June 05, 1901 in Mexico City, Mexico. According to Astrologers, Rosario Cabrera's zodiac sign is Gemini.

Rosario Cabrera (born Rosario Cabrera López; June 5, 1901 – December 30, 1975) was a modern Mexican artist who lived in the early 20th century. The Museum of Mexican Women Artists has called her the "first great Mexican painter of the twentieth century". Cabrera’s childhood was marked by the death of her parents and their influence on her artistic abilities.

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Cabrera studied at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes starting in 1916 and had her first individual exhibition at the school in December 1920. Cabrera’s landscapes and portraiture were the focus of her career which displayed a range of artistic styles from realism to impressionism. She also studied sculpture and had a keen sense of proportion and shape. Cabrera was one of the first women to become involved in wood engraving following her involvement with Alfredo Ramos Martínez and the Open Air Painting Schools. She spent time in Europe in the 1920s pursuing her art practice before returning to Mexico to focus on teaching art to young Mexican artists. She was the first woman in Mexico to teach two painting classes; one in Los Reyes, Coyoacan, and the other in Cholula, Puebla. Cabrera received much recognition for her art during her lifetime. She was the first Mexican woman to have an exhibition Paris in 1925 at the Galerie Bernheim-Jeune.

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Cabrera's involvement with the Open Air Painting Schools, also referred to as The Escuelas de Pintura al Aire Libres or EPALs, began through her relationships with painters such as Martínez, the school's original promoter. After experiencing life and artistic culture in Europe from November 1924 to January 1927, possible through a grant given to her by the Secretaría de Educación Pública, Cabrera returned to Mexico to work in the Open Air Painting Schools between 1928 and 1931. There, she became the first woman to be director of two EPALs, teaching alongside notable Mexican artists such as Saturnino Herrán, Leandro Izaguirre and Germán Gedovius.

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Cabrera continued on to defend the Open Air Painting Schools during the late 1920s as they faced criticism from the members of educational and artistic communities in Mexico. In response to such criticisms, she became fully engaged in the realm of arts education, committed to the goal of making art accessible to a greater population, especially in rural communities. In 1928, her continued passion for activism was seen in her involvement with the avant-garde ¡30-30! group, formed in protest of the appointment of a new director at the National School of Fine Arts. Such a decision was seen as a threat to centers of alternative art instruction, including the open air painting schools. Even after her retirement as a painter in 1928, Cabrera continued to teach the arts in primary schools, taking what author Tatiana Flores writes to be "a more socially conscious path". Despite her short career as a painter, Cabrera continued to receive praise for her talents through the work of her students, displayed at the Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City.

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Due to the struggle between the Academy of San Carlos and the Open Air Schools of Painting in Mexico, mostly based around the fact that the Academy believed that the Open Air Schools were not creating actual art, a new anti-academic movement was formed called the ¡30-30! movement, that Cabrera joined. As a collective, the movement produced five manifestos; Cabrera’s signature was found on the fifth, which attempted to oust the director of the Academy at the time.

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