Antonio Mariño Souto

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Antonio Mariño Souto
Ñico
Ñico.JPG
Born (1935-09-16) September 16, 1935 (age 78)
Cuba
Education Centro Gallego de La Habana

Antonio Mariño Souto (known as Ñico) (born Havana, 16 September 1935) is a Cuban painter.[1]

He graduated from the Concepción Arenal School in the Centro Gallego in Havana, Cuba, with a degree in plastic arts, and also has a degree in journalism. He is a painter, graphic designer, and caricaturist, as well as a founding member of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (Spanish: Unión de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba, "UNEAC") and the Union of Journalists of Cuba (Unión de Periodistas de Cuba, "UPEC"). He is also a member of the Association of Plastic Artists of UNESCO (Asociación de Artistas Plásticos de la UNESCO, "AIAP") and the Latin American Association of Cartoonists (Asociación Iberoamericana de humoristas gráficos)

He has received 12 international awards and 83 national awards. He is the author of five humorous novels. His work has appeared in numerous publications, as well as national and international catalogues. He has judged national and international events involving journalism and the plastic arts.

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Mujer de tonos
Mujer de tonos
El Pájaro Tú y Yo
El Pájaro Tú y Yo
Gestación
Gestación

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Biography at CIPRE (in Spanish)".  (El Centro de Información para la Prensa (CIPRE), de la Unión de Periodistas de Cuba or The Information Center for the Press (ICRP), of the Union of Journalists of Cuba)

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