Carmelo González

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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

González, Carmelo


Born July 16. 1920, in Havana. Cuban graphic artist and painter.

González studied at the San Alejandro National School of Arts in Havana, and in New York. He is an eminent master of Cuban revolutionary graphic art and a founder of the Association of Graphic Artists of Cuba (1948) as well as the poster studio of the Union of Writers and Artists. His works (for example, the series of woodcuts Cuba—Free Land of America, 1963) are distinguished by generalized representation, dynamism of line, and tonal contrast.

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At El Molinon, Carmelo Gonzalez and David Barral's first-half goals led Sporting over Valladolid, who lost their fourth straight in all competitions after being reduced to 10 men in the 31st when Alberto Marcos was sent off.
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Carmelo Gonzalez slotted in at the near post from a tight angle in the 12th minute and defender Roberto Canella's quick left-footed shot minutes after half time beat goalkeeper Miguel Angel Moya into the far corner.