Ignasi Vidal

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Ignasi Vidal i Molné (1904-1988)[1] was a Spanish painter and illustrator.

Born in Barcelona, the son of the writer Cosme Vidal i Rosich (known as "Josep Aladern"),[2] in 1939 Vidal immigrated to Monaco because of the Spanish Civil War. He was vice-president of the UNESCO Comite d'Arts Plastiques for Monaco. He illustrated Baudelaire, Verlaine, Arthur Rimbaud and many others.

Vidal died in Nice.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://jn-investment-art.com/vidal/
  2. ^ Obra completa, by Ferran Canyameres, page 148, footnote (in Catalan)