Fernando Botero Angulo, a Colombian artist, is globally acclaimed for his iconic "Boterismo" style, marked by exaggerated proportions and vibrant figures. Inspired by his Colombian roots, his art resonates with Latin American vibrancy, capturing the essence of Medellin and Bogota.

Botero's artistic journey extended across Europe, from Florence to Madrid and Paris, where he honed his craft and drew from masters like Picasso. His works grace galleries worldwide, from New York City to Monaco, captivating audiences with his unique visual language.

Botero's Abu Ghraib series, a poignant commentary on human suffering in war, stands as a testament to his art's profound impact. His legacy extends beyond continents, his reinterpretation of iconic pieces like the Mona Lisa showcasing his enduring influence on the global art scene.

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All artworks of Fernando Botero
Print, Femme en rouge à lèvres, Fernando Botero

Femme en rouge à lèvres

Fernando Botero

Print - 36 x 30 cm Print - 14.2 x 11.8 inch


Fine Art Drawings, Seated woman, Fernando Botero

Seated woman

Fernando Botero

Fine Art Drawings - 40 x 30 cm Fine Art Drawings - 15.7 x 11.8 inch


Print, La casa de Raquel Vega, Fernando Botero

La casa de Raquel Vega

Fernando Botero

Print - 31 x 43 x 3 cm Print - 12.2 x 16.9 x 1.2 inch


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What is Fernando Botero’s artistic movement?
The artistic movements of the artists are: Classically-Inspired Illustrative Artists
When was Fernando Botero born?
The year of birth of the artist is: 1932