A partial list of Cuban or Cuba-related Artists of interest to us, mostly, but not all, working prior to 1960:

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Eduardo Abela (1889-1965), Cuban

Angel Acosta Léon (1932-1964), Cuban

Wifredo Arcay (1925-1997), Cuban

Cundo Bermudez (1914-2008), Cuban

Ángel Botello-Barros (1913 - 1986), Spanish-Puerto Rican, active in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Haiti

 

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John Wilson Carmichael (1800-1868), British/American painted in Cuba

Mario Carreño (1913-1999), Cuban

Pedro Reinaldo Álvarez Castelló (1967-2004), Cuban

Esteban Chartrand (1840-1883), Cuban

Philippe Chartrand (1825-1889), Cuban painter of French descent

Henry Cleenewerck (1818-1901), Belgian painter, visited Cuba where he was a celebrated artist. Left there in 1868. 

Guillermo Collazo Tejada (1850-1896), Cuban painter, worked mainly in Cuba, and additionally New York, U.S.A. and Paris, France

Eldzier Cortor (1916-2015), American, active in Haiti, Jamaica, and Cuba 1949-1951

Francisco Gutiérrez Cossío (Cuba, 1894 - Alicante, 1970)

Joaquín Cuadras (1843-1877), Cuban painter, worked temporarily in Florence, Barcelona, London and Scotland

 

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Sandú Darié (1908-1991), Romanian/Cuban

 

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John B. Elwin (20th Century), American, active in Cuba Ca. 1935

 

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Agustin Fernández (1928-2006), born in Havana, Cuba

Jesse A. Fernández (1925-1986), born in Havana, Cuba, prominent painter and photographer

Ramón Frade (1875 – 1954), Puerto Rican, traveled to the Dominican Republic and Cuba

John Athill Frith (1835 - 1907), Bermudian photographer, active in Cuba (Bio here)

 

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Carlos Enríquez Gómez (1900-1957), Cuban

 

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George Overbury "Pop" Hart (1858-1933), American, active in the Caribbean ca. early 1900s, 1912-1919, 1922, 1930-1931, including The Bahamas, Cuba, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Trinidad

Frederick Childe Hassam (1859-1935), American, active in Cuba

 

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Wifredo Óscar de la Concepción Lam (1902-1982), Cuban

Victor Patricio Landaluze (1827-1889), Spanish/Cuban

 

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Víctor Manuel García Valdés (1897-1969), Cuban

Federico Beltrán Massés (1885-1949), Cuban

Fritz Sigfried Georg Melbye  (1826-1869), Danish, active in the Caribbean 1840s-1860s, including St. Thomas (1849), St. Croix (1852), Cuba (ca. 1864), the Dominican Republic (ca. 1864), and Jamaica (1865)

Armando Menocal (1863-1942), Cuban

Richard Merkin (1938 - 2008), American, in Cuba Ca. 1940's

Pierre Toussaint Frédéric Mialhe (1810-1868), French, in Cuba (1838-1853), spent time in Havana and traveled into the interior with the naturalist Felipe

Poey for subject matter

José Maria Mijares (1921-2004), Cuban

Eduardo Morales (1868/69-1938), Cuban

Servando Cabrera Moreno (1923-1981), Cuban

Antonio Rodriguez Morey (1874-1967), Cuban landscape painter

James Wilson Morrice (1865-1924), Canadian, active in Cuba, Jamaica, and Trinidad

 

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Gilberto de la Nuez (1913-1993), Cuban outsider artist

 

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Francisco Manuel Oller (Y Cestero) (1833 - 1917), Puerto Rican, active in Puerto Rico and exhibited in Cuba

 

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Amelia Peláez del Casal (1896/7-1968), Cuban

Mark Alexander Pollack (1874-1946), American, died in Cuba

Fidelio Ponce de León (pseudonym of Alfredo Fuentes Pons, 1895 - 1949), Cuban

James Amos Porter (1905-1970),  American, active in the Carribean 1945-1946 and mid-1960s, including Haiti and Cuba

René Portocarrero (1912-1985 or 86), Cuban

 

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Elmer Joseph Read (b. 1862, death date unknown), American, active in The Bahamas, Cuba, etc. in the early 1900's (Bio here)

Miriam Rocher (1886-1971), French, active in Cuba in 1917

Mariano Rodriguez (1912-1990), Cuban

Leopoldo Romañach y Guillen (1822-1951), Cuban

 

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Emilio Sanchez (1921-1911), Cuban/American, lived and worked in the United States mostly

Lolo Soldevilla (1901–1971), Cuban

Rafael Soriano (1920-2015), Cuban, lived and worked in the United States

 

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José Joaquín Tejada (1867-1934), Cuban

 

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