Cuban Art and National Identity: The Vanguardia Painters, 1927-1950

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INDEX
ABC, 45
Abela, Eduardo, 2-4, 6, 110-20, 22-23 29-30, 39, 42, 45, 48, 53-54, 59-60 78, 81-82, 85, 87, 90, 96, 105, 107, 109, 110, 151
Acevedo, 25
Acosta, Leonardo, 132
Afrocubanismo, 75, 78
Alonso, Alberto, 91
Alonso, Dora, 43, 63
Altmann, Robert, 133
Alvarez de Sotomayor, Fernando, 157
Arburu Morell, José, 3, 137
Arche, Jorge, 2, 12, 16, 18, 20, 29, 68, 99, 152, 155
Arocena, Berta, 12
Art Deco, 99, 101
Association of Painters and Sculptors, 5-6, 156-57, 159
Avilés Ramirez, Eduardo, 13
Ballagas, Emilio, 77
Barafiano, Leonardo, 52
Barr Jr., Alfred H., 25-27, 48, 122
Barralt, Luis A., 23
Batista, Fulgencio, 30, 46-47
Beals, Carleton, 45
Benitez, Helena (Holzer), 141
Bermúdez, Cundo, 19, 21, 25
Blanco, Rafael, 6, 10, 12, 74, 82
Boccioni, Umberto, 121
Borrero, Juana, 79
Braque, Georges, 14, 125, 159
Brauner, Víctor, 140, 157
Brazilian modernist movement, 1-2
Breton, André, 114, 92, 140, 157-58
Cabildos, 75
Cabrera, Lydia, 43, 76, 91-92, 143, 148
Cadaver Exquis, 141
Capote, Reneé Mendez, 12, 97
Carpentier, Alejo, 6, 24, 76-78, 105, 107, 132, 151
Carrefio, Mario, 21, 25
Carriñn, Miguel de, 36
Carteles, 18, 39
Casal, Julián del, 136
Casanovas, Martí, 6, 11, 24
Cascorro, Raúl Gonzalez de, 63
Castro, Jorge Fernández de, 22
Césaire, Aimé, 92, 157
Céspedes, Carlos Manuel de, 46
Cézanne, Paul, 5, 95, 97, 155
Chacóny Calvo, José M., 16
Chagall, Marc, 14, 87, 105, 151
Changó, 90, 148
Chartrand, Esteban, 3, 74
Círculo de Bellas Artes, 17
Clifford, James, 54
Collazo, Guillermo, 3, 137
Constitution of 1940, 47
Constructivism, 1
Contemporary Cuban Art (exhibition), 23-24, 163
Coulthard, George H., 77
Cuba Contemporanea, 42
Cuban Action Phalanx, 39
Cuban Communist Party, 45
Cuban Federation of Women's Association, 42, 48
Cuban Femenine Club, 42
Cuban Revolutionary Party, 33-34
Cubism, 1, 14, 105, 128, 136, 140
El Cucalambé, 59

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