Robertas Antinis

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Robertas Antinis (born June 9, 1946 in Kaunas) is a Lithuanian painter, and sculptor.[1] He is a winner of the National Culture and Art Prize.


He graduated from the Applied Arts School in Riga in 1965, and the Latvian State Art Academy in 1970. He worked as a teacher at Kaunas children's art school in 1973-75. From 1997, he was a lecturer of Vilnius Art Academy, and was a docent at the Kaunas Art Institute. He has been a member of the Lithuanian Artists’ Union since 1974. He started participating in exhibitions from 1969.[2][3] He is a member of Post Ars group.[4][5]


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  • This article was initially translated from the Lithuanian Wikipedia.