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Posted December 04, 2007 by Arte de Cuba in Cuban Art

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Now being offered for sale are paintings from the largest and most important collection of contemporary artwork from the Eastern Region of Cuba, (Oriente).  Inquires may be directed to http://www.cubanart.org , home of the Eastern Cuba Cultural Exchange based in Florida.  Direct purchases may be made through http://www.trocadero.com/artedecuba .

Pieces from the collection, gathered over a period of 12 years, are original works of art and date from 1958 to the present. Many of the regions most acclaimed artists are represented. The new sales site, http://www.trocadero.com/artedecuba , will be adding works weekly from this vast private collection.  The artist’s works are internationally recognized and all currently have paintings touring in an exhibition being handled by http://www.smithkramer.com titled East Of Havana, Contemporary Paintings from the Clyde and Brigid Hensley Collection, which is now the longest touring collection of paintings from Cuba in the United States. 

The artists are also featured in an art documentary based on their thoughts and experiences, “Luminous Shadows, The Artists of Eastern Cuba”. The film has been very well received Nationally and Internationally. For more information visit http://www.cubanart.org or Call 305-509-0973

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