Eduardo Ungar is an Argentine painter born in 1946, whose colorful and vibrant works capture the essence of Buenos Aires in a naive and poetic way.
Eduardo Ungar has exhibited his works in several galleries around the world. In 2019, Galerie Bricard in Lourmarin, France, organized an exhibition of his works entitled "Buenos Aires, dream city". This exhibition featured a series of paintings and drawings that capture the beauty and diversity of the city of Buenos Aires, with its culture, monuments, museums and events.
Eduardo Ungar has won several awards and distinctions for his work, including first prize in the City of Buenos Aires painting competition in 1977.
Eduardo Ungar's works are characterized by their naïve style and use of bright, vibrant colors. His paintings often depict scenes from daily life in Buenos Aires, with characters that reflect the soul of the city.
Eduardo Ungar was influenced by several artistic movements, including the naive movement and Latin American popular art. His work is also influenced by his own experience living in Buenos Aires, as well as his love for the culture and history of Argentina. His paintings are often imbued with nostalgia and melancholy, reflecting a certain romantic vision of the city.

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Painting, Le jeu de billard, Eduardo Ungar

Le jeu de billard

Eduardo Ungar

Painting - 85 x 70 x 2 cm Painting - 33.5 x 27.6 x 0.8 inch


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The year of birth of the artist is: 1946