Servando Cabrera Moreno (1923–1981) was a Cuban painter. A devotee of the Cuban Revolution, many of his paintings depict the Cuban peasantry. Stylistically, his paintings are rooted in the tradition of vanguardia, and are especially indebted to the action of Carlos Enríquez Gómez.
Servando Cabrera Moreno was born in Havana, Cuba on May 28, 1923. He graduated from the San Alejandro Academy after completing studies at the Art Student’s League in NY and La Grande Chaumière in Paris. His first individual exhibition took place at the Lyceum, Havana in 1943. He has then participated in many biennials in Venice, Mexico and São Paulo as competently as new collective exhibitions. Cabrera Moreno has acknowledged a number of prizes at Cuban salons: a gold medal at the Panamerican Tampa Exhibition and silver medal at the International Joan Miró Drawing Contest in Barcelona. His statute can be found throughout the world in museums, galleries and private collections.
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