Georgina de Albuquerque
|Georgina de Albuquerque|
Portrait of Georgina de Albuquerque by Lucílio de Albuquerque, 1907.
|Born||Georgina de Moura Andrade
February 4, 1885
Taubaté, São Paulo
|Died||August 29, 1962
Rio de Janeiro
|Spouse(s)||Lucílio de Albuquerque|
De Albuquerque began her artistic training at the Colegio de Bom-Conselho in her native Taubaté. In 1904, she began studying under Henrique Bernardelli at the National School of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro and later moved to Paris to study under Henri Royer at the Académie Julian. She finished her training at the School of Fine Arts in Paris.
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