Amílcar de Castro
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|Amílcar de Castro|
|Born||Amílcar Augusto Pereira de Castro
June 6, 1920
Paraisópolis, Minas Gerais, Brazil
|Died||November 21, 2002
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
|Other names||Amílcar Ferreira de Castro|
|Known for||Iron Sculptures|
|Spouse(s)||Dorcilia Caldeira Castro|
Early life and education
From the 1960s he focused on sculpture and was one of the leading figures of the Brazilian neo-constructivist movement.
de Castro was married to Dorcilia Caldeira Castro. They had three children.
- Romero, Simon (2 December 2002). "Amilcar de Castro, 82, Brazilian Sculptor Known for Works in Iron". The New York Times.
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