Salomé 
Federico Beltrán Massés



Federico Beltrán Massés, Self-Portrait 


Federico Armando Beltrán Masses (1885–1949) is a Spanish painter who was born in Guaira de la Melena, Cuba.Federico Beltrán Masses was born in Cuba because of his father’s official post in Cuba.[1] He studied with the painter Sorolla at l’École des Beaux-Arts de Barcelone and, in 1905, he studied Spanish and European art at the Prado, Madrid. In 1916, he received recognition from the Paris’s Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and continued to live in Paris for many years. Museo Casa Lis houses Beltrán’s Salome.
Reportedly, Beltrán-Masses won awards “the United States, Belgium, Italy, and India” and later took over the Exposition Hispano-français des Beaux-Arts in 1919. In 1920, “he exhibited an exotic nude titled Salome at the Venice Biennale [and] this painting is now in the Museo De Art Deco Y Art Nouveau Casa Lis in Salamanca, Spain.” Reportedly, Beltrán-Masse had previously moved Salome from “an exhibition at the New Burlington Galleries, in case it offended the Spanish ambassador’s brother, a visiting cardinal.” In 1924 he received Cordon d’Isabelle la Catholique award. Beltran-Masses died in 1949 in Barcelona, Spain. wiki

Salomé 

Federico Beltrán Massés

Federico Beltrán Massés, Self-Portrait

Federico Armando Beltrán Masses (1885–1949) is a Spanish painter who was born in Guaira de la Melena, Cuba.Federico Beltrán Masses was born in Cuba because of his father’s official post in Cuba.[1] He studied with the painter Sorolla at l’École des Beaux-Arts de Barcelone and, in 1905, he studied Spanish and European art at the Prado, Madrid. In 1916, he received recognition from the Paris’s Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and continued to live in Paris for many years. Museo Casa Lis houses Beltrán’s Salome.

Reportedly, Beltrán-Masses won awards “the United States, Belgium, Italy, and India” and later took over the Exposition Hispano-français des Beaux-Arts in 1919. In 1920, “he exhibited an exotic nude titled Salome at the Venice Biennale [and] this painting is now in the Museo De Art Deco Y Art Nouveau Casa Lis in Salamanca, Spain.” Reportedly, Beltrán-Masse had previously moved Salome from “an exhibition at the New Burlington Galleries, in case it offended the Spanish ambassador’s brother, a visiting cardinal.” In 1924 he received Cordon d’Isabelle la Catholique award. Beltran-Masses died in 1949 in Barcelona, Spain. wiki

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