Florencio Gelabert, Cuban (1904 - 1995)

A pioneer of the first vanguard of sculptors in Cuba, strongly influenced by French post-impressionism, he preferred wood, although he did not ignore other materials such as bronze or cement, which he used in Velocidad, located in the gardens of Havana’s Bus Station; his slender female faces are anthological pieces of Cuban sculpture.

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